Time Attack - Cor Euser in the Total Car Concept skyline GT-R R34
Cor Euser driving the Total Car Concept Nissan GT-R R34 @ Time Attack
Japanese Car Festival Zandvoort 29th april 2012.
- Winner in the 'Extreme' class
- Fastest time of the day: 1min53,38
More info on the car:
Berry van Elk - Spa Euro Races 28jun09 - Mosler GT3
Compilation from the 1 hour Dutch Supercar Challenge race during the Spa
Euro Races event on the famous Spa-fracorchamps track. Starting from the
third position in a Mosler GT3, losing 6 places during the start and
eventually becoming first overall.
Mosler MT900 Deutschland
"MOSLER Automotive creates and markets the MT900 as the world's top
performance sports car manufactured US legal. We deliver an extreme
vehicle designed to be more than competitive on both U.S. roads and
international race tracks.
Mosler. 1800 HP from Nelson Supercars. 427 LSX Twin Turbo., See at Las Vegas Speedway
This 1800 HP car eats Lambos and Ferraris before breakfast. Look at this
awesome installation of this very powerfull motor that still runs on the
street. Follow the video through the details of the motor and see the car
in action. Go on a road trip from Las Vegas to Chatsworth, California.
This car is amazingly quite and reasonablely confortable. Its a race car
for the street. I want this car! More at http://nelsonracingengines.com.
Also go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com.
Wilton London Convoy - RUF CTR3, Mosler, MP4-12C, Viper, Lambos & Ferraris
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/shmee Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/shmee150
For the Wilton House Supercars event this summer (the BEST EVENT EVER!),
the supercars taking part in the convoy met up in central London at a
ridiculous hour of the morning before heading out to the first meet point
Some amazing cars were attending including:
Here's the Facebook page for the 2012 event:
Camera: Sony CX520 http://amzn.to/pvDQRM
Location: London and Motorway, UK
Thanks for watching, Tim
1967 Marcos 1600 GT - Sully Antique Car Show 2012
Thu Stubbs of Creative Auto Imaging interviews Dave Mensh with his 1967
Marcos 1600 GT at the 39th Annual Sully Antique Car Show on June 17, 2012
in Chantilly, VA.
In 1964, Marcos introduced a very attractive two-seater coupe which is
still being produced in modern times. Little changed from the initial
design and it has proved to be a timeless and alluring creation.
These coupes were created in an unusual fashion, using laminated plywood
for the chassis construction. GRP was used for the outer body panels. The
front seats were mounted to the rear bulkhead which meant they could not be
moved. To accommodate the different sizes of passengers, the foot pedals
could be adjusted to the correct length. A small wheel located under the
dash made the process a little less cumbersome, though highly unusual. The
1600 was powered by a Ford Cortina MK II GT engine which was capable of
carrying the car to a top speed of around 115 mph. This was a vast
improvement over the prior version of the car, the 1500. Zero-to-sixty for
the 1600 was in the 11 second range.
Marcos was founded in Luton, in Bedfordshire, England, in 1959 by Jem Marsh
and Frank Costin. Frank Costin had earlier worked on the De Havilland
Mosquito fighter-bombers and from there he got the idea to use plywood for
the chassis. The company moved to a converted mill in Bradford on Avon,
Wiltshire in 1963 and in 1971 to a £125,000 purpose built factory at
Problems with exporting cars to the USA and the move to the expensive new
premises led to financial troubles in the 1970s and by 1971 they were out
of business. In July 1971 it was reported that the Rob Walker Group of
Companies, a principal dealer, had taken over the stocks and assets of the
business and established a new company, Marcos Ltd. The new owners insisted
that production would continue, albeit, at least in the short term, only
for the UK market. Marcos dealers in the UK had been heavily discounting
new cars since the end of 1970, however, while a report at the time of the
collapse stated that the company's stock of 35 unsold cars in the USA had
had to be "liquidated": in reality there seems to have been a
substantial stock of new cars still looking for buyers, and it is not clear
whether, over the next few years, any more were built. Just a year later,
one Saturday in June 1972, what was described as "a cash jumble sale of
Marcos bits - prototype and shop soiled components, benches, tools..." took
place at what was could now be characterized as the "old Marcos Cars
factory" at Westbury. The sale was occasioned by the company's
reorganization and move to a smaller factory.
Jem Marsh however stayed in the auto business. In 1976 he bought back the
rights to the Marcos name, and in 1981 the Marcos was re-launched with the
Marcos V6 Coupe that was sold in kit form.
Marcos went bankrupt again in 2000, but thanks to a wealthy Canadian, Tony
Stelliga buying the company, production was again revived in 2002. The race
car production was relocated to the Netherlands while road car production
moved to Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England. By 2005 most of the designers
from the near to bankrupt TVR joined the company.
On 9 October 2007 it was announced that Marcos would cease car production
and go into voluntary liquidation.
The first car, the 1960 Marcos GT was a rather strange looking device with
gullwing doors and a windscreen in four panels. For production the body was
made less radical but initially retained the gullwing doors. It was powered
by a choice of Ford engines varying from 997 cc to 1498 cc and had Standard
10 and Triumph Herald steering and suspension components. Thirty nine were
made up to 1963.
In 1961 the brothers Dennis Adams and Peter Adams started working with
Marcos and they introduced a number of changes to the original design, so
the Marcos Luton Gullwing, and the Spyder were introduced in November 1961,
immediately transformed to the Marcos Fastback GT , was displayed at the
London Racing Car Show in 1963. The chassis were glued of mainly 3 mm thin
sheets of marine plywood, giving the cars a very strong monocoque and
unbeatable low total weight (internationally homologated with 475 kg),
resulting in a great performance in sportscar competition. Totally 39 cars
were produced of these early Marcos models and nearly all of them were used
for national and international racing purpose.
Mosler crash Rizla Racing Day - Berry van Elk
During the second race of the Rizla Racing Days Berry van Elk was chasing
Peter Versluis in his Ferrari GT2. In the fastest corner of the track Peter
suddenly hit the brake to enter the pitlane. Berry had to steer away from
the ferrari causing a big spin at 220KM/H ending in the wall.
DSC Assen 2009 Mosler in car Martin Short
Martin exits pit stops with Cor Euser just behind. Cor decides to push
Martin out of the way when he gets blocked behind a Porsche. Martin then
repasses Cor, his tyres totally destroyed, and overtakes the Ferrari, on
the 'grass' to go on to win Race 1.
Cor Euser - Ferrari GT2 - Silverstone 2010
Cor Euser driving in the Veka Ferrari GT2 at Silverstone during the Dutch
Supercar Challenge race. Starting at the 5th position and finishing first.
Overtaking Martin Short in the last corner while he had some engine