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Old 13 Mar 2009, 11:11 (Ref:2414855)   #1
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Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 (Group A)

Time to kick off chassis archive for the RS500 which was built by Andy Rouse, Eggenberger, Graham Goode, Dick Johnson, Don Smith, Wolf etc.

All are welcome to add what they know from the main thread in following format:

Builder, year, chassis number/desgination, drivers, sponsors/colours, results etc..

Example:
Andy Rouse Engineering

ARE FSC 871.
Built 1987. BTCC ICS Andy Rouse car. 6 races, Andy won x, Win Percy won 1 round.
Later sold onto x in Australia, ran in ATCC between 1989-92. in ANZ colours. Drivers Alan Moffat, etc..
Then sold onto xy...

I will edit, tidy up as we go so don't worry!!

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Old 13 Mar 2009, 11:39 (Ref:2414876)   #2
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Graham Goode Racing
GGR 8701
Built from ARE kit by GGR. Raced by Graham Goode in 1987 BTCC, metallic grey in colour. Main sponsor Listerine, (also Texaco). Written off in practice accident (almost straight on at Stowe!) for 1987 Tourist Trophy at Silverstone where Ray Bellm would have co-driven.
GGR8801
Rebuild and update by GGR of 8701 into new GGR shell, raced by Graham Goode in 1988 BTCC (co-driven by Alastair Lyall in 2 driver races). White with black bumpers, main sponsor Listerine.
Car re-painted in FAI colours and driven by Sean Walker in 1989 BTCC, co-driven by Damon Hill in 2 driver raceat Donington Park.
GGR8802 built from new GGR shell for Mike Newman for 1988 BTCC. Red White and Blue colour scheme and sponsored by Burlington Wallcoverings. Co-driven in 2 driver races by Robert Speake.
Car updated with roll cage changes etc and change of colour to black for 1989 (and 1990) BTCC where Mike Newman also received sponsorship by Listerine.
GGR8901 Built from new GGR shell raced by Graham in 1989 (and 1990) BTCC, black in colour and main sponsor Listerine. Also raced by Graham in selected 1992 & 1993 South East Asian and Malaysian Touring Car Championship races, main sponsor Petronas.
GGR9401 Built from new GGR shell (spare from the 2 litre non turbo car raced in BTCC by Andy Middlehurst) and raced by Graham Goode in Malaysian Touring Car Championship. Car white in colour, main sponsor Petronas.
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Old 13 Mar 2009, 14:05 (Ref:2414963)   #3
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Excellent stuff VIVAGT, many thanks.

I'll have a pop at starting the Rouse chassis' I will return to add/amend where necessary.

Andy Rouse Engineering/Rouse Sport
Circa 30 cars built between 1987-90. Assumption is 5 cars 1987, 6-10 cars '88, 6-10 cars '89 and 6-10 cars '90. But would 'kits' have been given full chassis numbers, like a lot of the cars that went to Australia?

Notes from Martin Johnson:
1/ 88 cars had ali cages which were later outlawed and since by the time this happened the cars where moved on to there new owners so most have bolt in steel cages now fitted.
2/ The 89/90 Labatts Harvey and Bristow cars where new built cars from new shells for the '89 season with a seven figure sponsorship fund - the deal was two supply and run the two cars for two seasons.


1987 Cars

ARE RSC 0187
Andy Rouse's 1987 BTCC ICS RS Cosworth and latterely upgraded to RS500 spec (TBC)

ARE RSC 0287
ARE RSC 0387

TBC

ARE RSC 0487
TBC

ARE RSC 0587
William Dale confirms that this was car #17 at the 1987 Spa 24 Hrs (red, Telemoustique) and #9 at Bathurst and Calder that year,

1988 Cars

ARE RSC 0188
Andy Rouse's 1988 BTCC Kaliber RS500 - TT Winner sharing with Alain Ferte and sold onto Peter Brock for use in 1989 ATCC (TBC)
NOTE: If this is Rouse's 88 Kaliber car then it is the car driven by Peter Brock for most of 1989 ATCC. However, it was not this car that was re-shelled, it was the other ex-Rouse Mobil Sierra that may have been re-shelled. This was the car Robb Gravett drove in 1988 in ICS colours; possibly Pete Hall's car from the year before?

ARE RSC 0288
TBC. Guy Edwards' Kaliber BTCC car?

ARE RSC 0388
Cam Shipping liveried Sierra that Lawrence Bristow used in '88 BTCC & TT.

ARE RSC 0488
ARE RSC 0588
ARE RSC 0688

All TBC.


1989 CARS

ARE RSC 0189
Presumably Andy's Kaliber BTCC car? TBC

ARE RSC 0289
Guy Edwards Kaliber BTCC car? TBC

ARE RSC 0389
Confirmed as Tim Harvey's 1989 & 90 BTCC Labatt's car. Possible Macau entry TBC

ARE RSC 0489
TBC, need info from M Johnson who owned this car at one point. Presumably Bristow's 89/90 Labatts's car?

0589
0689
0789

TBC

1990 Cars
Presumably Andy built himself a new car, in ICS colours for the BTCC?
ARE RSC 0190

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Old 14 Mar 2009, 10:21 (Ref:2415424)   #4
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Dick Johnson Racing
6 cars built between 1987-92.

1987 Cars

DJR1
Built late-1986/early 1987 by DJR from bodyshell sourced from Don Smith. RHD.
  • 1987:
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) in RS-spec throughout ATCC (1 round win). Red, Shell Ultra-Hi/Palmer Tubetek livery.
    Upgraded to RS500-spec for Sandown (DNS), Bathurst (DNF), Calder, Wellington (DNF, all co-driven w/Gregg Hansford) and AGP Support Race (1st).
  • 1988:
    Driven by John Bowe (#18) throughout ATCC (2 round wins).
    Driven by Alfredo Costanzo/John Smith at Sandown, Bathurst (2nd, commandeered by Johnson/Bowe).
  • 1989:
    Sold to Trakstar Racing.
    Driven by Robb Gravett (#21) throughout BTCC. Red/White, Cartel livery.
  • Currently owned by 10 Tenths member racer2_uk. Restored to 1987 Shell Ultra-Hi livery.

DJR2
Built late-1986/early 1987 by DJR from bodyshell sourced from Don Smith. LHD.
  • 1987:
    Driven by Gregg Hansford (#18) in RS-spec throughout ATCC (1 round win). Red, Shell Ultra-Hi/Palmer Tubetek livery.
    Upgraded to RS500-spec for Sandown (DNF, driven by Johnson/Hansford/Neville Crichton), Bathurst (DNF, Crichton/Charlie O'Brien), Calder, Wellington (DNF, Crichton/Neal Lowe).
  • 1988:
    Used as show car throughout year.
  • 1989:
    Sold to Trakstar Racing. Rebuilt to RHD.
    Driven by Mike Smith (#20) throughout BTCC. Red/White, Cartel livery.


1988 Cars

DJR3
Built late 1987/early 1988 by DJR.
  • 1988:
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) throughout ATCC (6 round wins, 1st in ATCC) and at one AMSCAR round (1st).
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#41) at Silverstone in Tourist Trophy (Q1, R21).
    Driven by Bowe/Gravett/Crichton (#28) at Bathurst (DNF).
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Wellington (DNF).
    Driven by John Bowe (#18) at AGP Support Race (DNF).
  • 1989:
    Driven by John Bowe (#18) throughout ATCC (2 round wins, 2nd in ATCC).
    Driven by Jeff Allam/Tony Noske (#18) at Sandown (DNF).
    Driven by Allam/Gravett (#18) at Bathurst.
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Wellington (DNF) and Pukekohe (1st). Red, Fletcher Steel livery.
  • 1990:
    Sold to Ray Lintott. White/Blue, Valvoline livery.
    Driven by Ray Lintott (#12) at select ATCC and AMSCAR rounds, and AGP Support Race.
    Driven by Lintott/Terry Shiel (#12) at Bathurst (w/Gary Rush), Eastern Creek.
  • 1991:
    Car put up for sale by Lintott.
    Driven by Lintott/Tony Scott/John English (#12) at Bathurst.
  • Allegedly currently owned by a collector in Toowoomba, QLD.

DJR4
Built mid-1988 by DJR.
  • 1988:
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Sandown (3rd), Bathurst (DNF).
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) at AGP Support Race (DNF).
  • 1989:
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) throughout ATCC (4 round wins, 1st in ATCC).
    Spare car for Sandown and Bathurst.
    Driven by John Bowe (#18) at AGP Support Races.
  • 1990:
    Driven by John Bowe (#18) throughout ATCC, AGP Support Races.
    Driven by Allam/Bowe/Paul Radisich (#18) at Sandown (DNF).
  • 1991:
    Used by either Bowe or Johnson at several rounds of the ATCC. Red, Shell/Palmer Tube Mills livery.
    Sold to Mark Petch.
    Driven by Kayne Scott/Greg Taylor (#19) at Bathurst.
    Driven by Johnson/Radisich at Wellington and Pukekohe.


1989 Cars

DJR5
Built mid-1989 by DJR.
  • 1989:
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Sandown, Bathurst (1st).
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) at AGP Support Races.
  • 1990:
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) throughout ATCC (2 round wins, including Johnson's last ATCC round win).
    Driven by Allam/Radisich (#18) at Bathurst (2nd).
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Eastern Creek enduro (DNF).
  • 1991:
    Used by either Bowe or Johnson at several rounds of the ATCC and the AGP Support races. Red, Shell/Palmer Tube Mills livery.
    Driven by Bowe/Shiel/Radisich (#18) at Bathurst (DNF).
  • 1992:
    Driven by John Bowe (#18) at Winfield Triple Challenge (4th), throughout ATCC (3 round wins, 4th in ATCC). Red, Shell livery.
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Sandown (DNF), Bathurst (2nd).
    Driven by John Bowe (#18) at AGP Support Races.
    Driven by Radisich/Michael Preston (#18) at Wellington (2nd), Pukekohe.
  • Ownership maintained by DJR until end of 2007.
    Car currently owned by David Bowden.


1990 Cars

DJR6
Built mid-1990 by DJR.
  • 1990:
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) throughout ATCC (2 round wins, including Johnson's last ATCC round win).
    Driven by Allam/Radisich (#18) at Bathurst (2nd).
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Eastern Creek enduro (DNF).
  • 1991:
    Used by either Bowe or Johnson at several rounds of the ATCC and the AGP Support races. Red, Shell/Palmer Tube Mills livery.
    Driven by Johnson/Bowe (#17) at Bathurst (DNF).
  • 1992:
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) at Winfield Triple Challenge (2nd), throughout ATCC. Red, Shell livery.
    Driven by Greg Crick/Shiel (#18) at Sandown (3rd), Bathurst (DNF).
    Driven by Dick Johnson (#17) at AGP Support Race (DNF).
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Old 14 Mar 2009, 15:58 (Ref:2415572)   #5
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DJR 4, 5 and 6.

Hi William and Chunterer,

We also own DJR 4, plus DJR 5 as you mentioned. DJR 6 is also in QLD and is in its 1992 livery and also in good condition. We have owned #4 since 1998, buying it from NZ. Its last public outing was the "Johnsons Vs Brocks" grudge race at the AGP in 2002. With DJ and SJ sharing driving duties. I think its pretty cool that 3,4,5 & 6, are all still local

If Andy reads this, please come and say hello at the Goodwood FoS. It would be great to meet and chat DJR Sierra's!

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BTW, there is a DJR Promo Sierra on display down in Tassie somewhere too. It's a motoring museum of some sort.
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Thanks Bown, glad someone else has taken the plunge and added some more chassis information!

Now where's the guy who's going to start off the Eggenberger chassis'??
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Time to kick off chassis archive for the RS500 which was built by Andy Rouse, Eggenberger, Graham Goode, Dick Johnson, Don Smith, Wolf etc.

All are welcome to add what they know from the main thread in following format:

Builder, year, chassis number/desgination, drivers, sponsors/colours, results etc..

Andy Rouse Engineering

ARE FSC 871.
Built 1987. BTCC ICS Andy Rouse car. 6 races, Andy won x, Win Percy won 1 round.
Later sold onto x in Australia, ran in ATCC between 1989-92. in ANZ colours. Drivers Alan Moffat, etc..
Then sold onto xy...

I will edit, tidy up as we go so don't worry!!
Moffat was only involved with this car at Bathurst and Calder WTC in '87.
After that his 2 cars were by Rudi Eg.........
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Thanks Rob but that was just for illustration purposes, not a de facto chassis history. I'd better edit that!
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Thanks Rob but that was just for illustration purposes, not a de facto chassis history. I'd better edit that!
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The bathurst year books of that time will be of great value for the Aussie raced cars,as Bill Tuckey was very good on chassis #s.
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No worries Chunterer, we also own the last B&H Sierra they built in 1990. Tony Longhurst and Alan Jones's did some crazy times in it during practice/ qualifying at the 1990 Bathurst (Both did 2.13.84's!). It was then sold to Gold Coast based Bolwell Racing and raced # 43 at Bathurst 1991 (DNF). It was log booked 1/8/1990 and only raced about 10-11 times in total. Last raced at Lakeside in either 1992 or 93 (Will have to check again, as 93 doesn't look quite right hey?) Cheers, Chris.
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Further to William's DJR info, I believe,

DJR4 was the car used at the 90 Eastern Creek 500 (not DJR6).

DJR6 was raced at Bathurst in 90 by Johnson & Bowe.

In 91 Johnson raced DJR5 throughout the ATCC, Bowe starting the year in DJR6 while DJR4 was rebuilt.
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Found this add for ARE RSC 0389 currently being advertised for sale by Australia's Rob Tweedie.

http://www.ibcholdings.com.au/cars/s...990/index.html
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My understanding of the history of the other Sierras that raced in Australia. Those chassis numbers with an asterix (*) are not actual numbers, just numbers I have applied as a way of identifying each car.


Miedecke Motorsport

At the end of 1986 Don Smith set up a new team. Smith had been appointed a Ford Motorsport dealer and many of the Australian Sierras would be built from shells sourced from Smith.

At the end of 1987 Smith retired and a new team was formed, Miedecke Motorsport owned by Andrew Miedecke with Ross Stone as team manager.

At the end of 1989 Miedecke closed the team and went to drive for the Peter Brock. Ross Stone went to manage Kevin Waldock’s Playscape Racing team on the Gold Coast, for whom the team had built a car in 1989.

MM1*

Built as a Rouse kit car and driven as #34 by Don Smith in rounds 1–5 of the ATCC. The car was sold to John Giddings who drove it for the rest of the year, but still in the same Oxo Supercube colours. Bruce Stewart joined Giddings for the enduros. For the 1988 ATCC the car was leased to Colin Bond running as #4 in Caltex colours. As part of the deal, was run as a 2nd Caltex car in the enduros with Giddings & Stewart driving as #44. Last raced by Giddings at the 1989 Adelaide GP as #15.

MM2*

Built as a Rouse kit car and sold to Andrew Miedecke before the beginning of the season. Raced throughout ATCC as #35 by Miedecke in Oxo Supercube colours. Destroyed by Don Smith in practice for the Sandown 500. Car was sold and rebuilt as a sports sedan by Mike Ceveri.

MM3*

Built to replace MM2 for Bathurst. Raced by Miedecke until the end of 87. Run as a customer car as #8 for Andrew Bagnall in 1988 ATCC. Bagnall was joined by Miedecke at Sandown and Pierre Dieudonne at Bathurst, Wellington and Pukekohe. Run as a customer car again 1989. Bagnall was joined by Graham Crosby for Bathurst and Miedecke for the Wellington and Pukekohe enduros. The car was mothballed until reactivated for the 1990 Sandown, Bathurst and Wellington races with Robbie Francevic joining Bagnall to race the car as #38.

MM4*

Built for the beginning of 1988 for Miedecke to race as #6 with Steve Soper co driving at Bathurst, Wellington and Pukekohe and Crosby at the Mount Fuji 500. Was Miedecke’s 89 car until destroyed in round 3 of the ATCC at Lakeside.

MM5*

Built to replace MM4, debuting at round 6 at Sandown. Miedecke was joined by Bagnall driving to victory in the Oran Park 250 and by Charlie O’Brien at Sandown and Bathurst. May have been taken to the Brock team when Miedecke moved there in 1990.

MM6*

Built as a customer car for Kevin Waldock debuting at round 8 of the ATCC at Oran Park in July 1989 as #55. Bryan Thompson co drove at Oran Park, Sandown and Bathurst. Raced by Waldock in ATCC until the end of 92 as #28. Mike Preston co drove in 1990 at Sandown and Bathurst, Bagnall at Eastern Creek in 1990, Brett Peters at Sandown and Bathurst in 1991 and 1992, and Crosby at Wellington in 1991.



Tony Longhurst Racing

At the end of 1987 with Frank Gardner having closed the JPS team after BMW decided to transfer their support to Peter Brock, Tony Longhurst set up a new team on the Gold Coast, with Frank Gardner coming on board as team manager and with the Amatil sponsorship.

TLR1*

Assembled as Rouse kit car for the beginning of 88, painted in Freeport colours as #3. Raced in 88 enduros as #25 in Benson & Hedges colours with Tomas Mezera co driving. Sold at end of 88 to Ken Matthews and run as a customer car by Colin Bond, racing in Caltex colours. Bond may have used it in the odd race in 89. Garry Rogers joined Matthews for the enduros. Matthews raced in some 1990 races including the Eastern Creek 500 with son John. The 1988 Bathurst winner was purchased by Amatil and donated to the Bathurst museum in 1994.

TLR2*

Assembled as LHD car during 1988. Was in the garage at Bathurst, but team elected to stick with TLR1. Raced by Longhurst throughout 1989 with Neville Crichton co driving at Oran Park, Sandown, Bathurst, Wellington and Pukekohe. Raced by Longhurst in 1990 ATCC.

TLR3* & TLR4*

At the end of 1988 2 Wolf Racing built RS500s were purchased. These had been imported into Australia earlier in the year by Ian Paxton. One had appeared at the Winton round for Robbie Francevic. The liberal interpretations of the rules in Europe, didn’t sit well with the Australian scruitneers, it was allowed to start but for no points and wasn’t seen again.

After being rebuilt to to comply with the rules, one was raced throughout 1989 by Neville Crichton with Alan Jones & Denny Hulme driving it in the enduros. Jones drove it in the 1990 ATCC, again being joined by Hulme for the enduros. It was raced by Gary & David Brabham at the 1990 Eastern Creek 500.

The other served as a Test car, it appeared at Bathurst as such in 1989 & 1990, and was also driven in at the Waneroo round in 1990 by Crichton as #62.

Both appeared at Bathurst in 1991, one as the #44 Brian Bolwell Racing car driven by Dave Barrow & Glen McIntyre the other as the #50 Bryan Sala & Graham Lusty car.

On was later sold to Peter Hills and converted at 2 litre non turbo specs. It was sold to Sydney’s Neville Simmons and restored as it raced by Longhurst.

TLR5*

Built for the 1990 enduros only raced by Longhurst until the end of the year. Sold to Brian Bolwell who raced it at the Lakeside ATCC round, Bathurst with Arthur Abrahams and Wellington with Dave Barrow. As mentioned above is now owned by Chris Bowden.
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