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Raw Motorsport boss, Rob Wheldon took two outright wins in the Sports Prototype Cup at Donington on Sunday, driving the Revolution in difficult conditions as rain showers brought experience, driving skill and the Revolution’s handling qualities to the fore.

‘The Revolution is very good in the wet,’ Rob said at the end if the meeting.  ‘It’s a car that inspires confidence and when conditions are like this, you can really exploit it.  I’ve been involved in the development programme through the winter and it’s very rewarding to now win races in it.’

In a dry qualifying session late on Saturday afternoon, Wheldon had planted his yellow and black Revolution firmly on the front row in this multi-marque championship, and then took the lead at the start of race one, which also began in the dry.  Over the first few laps that lead was extended to around four seconds over James Abbott in his Revolution, as [...]

  • All three races won by Revolution drivers
  • Stability and grip hailed as important factors in success
  • Full production programme now underway

Revolution Race Cars, the new British racing car constructor, has hailed their latest on-track success asa as a testament to their car’s innovative design and intensive development programme. Revolution A- One cars won all three races at last weekend’s Donington Park round of the UK Sports Prototype Cup in very challenging weather conditions.

At Donington, the UK Sports Prototype Cup overall wins were shared between former MSA Formula 4 winner, James Abbott and Radical Challenge race winner Rob Wheldon.

Pole was clinched by Rob Wheldon, who took the lead at the start of race one, narrowly ahead of Revolution development driver Abbott to secure a commanding win with Abbott finishing second. 2016 Radical SR1 Champion, James Taylor, was the star of the opening laps of race two, scything through the pack from [...]

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