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Old 10 Apr 2018, 14:39 (Ref:3814677)   #1
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Reynard 90D

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Looking for any history, pics of anything relating to Reynard 90D No.: 025

All information or suggestions will be very much appreciated.

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Old 11 Apr 2018, 10:36 (Ref:3814842)   #2
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Whereabouts did it race?
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Old 11 Apr 2018, 17:05 (Ref:3814902)   #3
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I might have some photos but could you provide us more details such as the driver, team or the livery of the car please?
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Old 12 Apr 2018, 08:18 (Ref:3814969)   #4
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Crikey how many 90D's were built?

EJR ran 3, don't know if they also had a spare?

CoBra had 2
Apomatox 2
Madgwick 2
GA 2

Can anyone recall who else ran them in Europe?

There's also Japan to consider?
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Old 12 Apr 2018, 09:04 (Ref:3814977)   #5
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Crikey how many 90D's were built?

EJR ran 3, don't know if they also had a spare?

CoBra had 2
Apomatox 2
Madgwick 2
GA 2

Can anyone recall who else ran them in Europe?

There's also Japan to consider?

I really have nothing other than a car. Presently red in colour and having been coverted to Formula Holden.

I found the 025 on the underside of the tub.

Anything at all would be appreciated.
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I really have nothing other than a car. Presently red in colour and having been coverted to Formula Holden.

I found the 025 on the underside of the tub.

Anything at all would be appreciated.
For the '92 Season the Reynard 90D became eligible for Australian Formula Brabham (Holden).


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Old 13 Apr 2018, 15:20 (Ref:3815230)   #7
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I really have nothing other than a car. Presently red in colour and having been coverted to Formula Holden.

I found the 025 on the underside of the tub.

Anything at all would be appreciated.
Where did you buy it from?
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Old 18 Apr 2018, 14:59 (Ref:3816367)   #8
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Where did you buy it from?
I purchased it from a driving school. They knew nothing of the car.
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Crikey how many 90D's were built?

EJR ran 3, don't know if they also had a spare?

CoBra had 2
Apomatox 2
Madgwick 2
GA 2

Can anyone recall who else ran them in Europe?

There's also Japan to consider?
According to Mike Lawrence's Reynard book, 29 F3000 spec 90D's were built in 1990.
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According to the Black Book (Record of Grand Prix and Voiturette Racing, Volume 13) 90D-025 did not appear at a European F3000 race in 1990 or 1991.

The highest chassis number they list is 90D-033, so it was a popular car.

It could be that it raced in the All-Japan Championship for which they don't have chassis numbers but there seems to only have been 5 90Ds in that series which might help narrow things down.
Those 5 were:
Ross Cheever
Koji Sato (PIAA Racing)
Thomas Danielsson
Takuya Kurosawa
Johnny Herbert (Team LeMans).

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I have a little more information.

Possibly one of thd GA Motorsports cars run in early 1991.

Amato Ferrari may have been one of the drivers.

This comes from Amato's name on the rear of a seat insert.

Any way of establishing what chassis numbers were on the GA Motorsports cars?
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I have a little more information.

Possibly one of thd GA Motorsports cars run in early 1991.
Amato Ferrari may have been one of the drivers.
This comes from Amato's name on the rear of a seat insert.
According to my Black Book Vol 13 Amato Ferrari had Reynard 90D-024 at the British F3000 rounds (page 109, 113, 115)

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According to my Black Book Vol 13 Amato Ferrari had Reynard 90D-024 at the British F3000 rounds (page 109, 113, 115)
Thank you for that.

Are you able to advise of any other 90D chassis numbers that GA used?
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Thank you for that.

Are you able to advise of any other 90D chassis numbers that GA used?
Sure,

in F3000 International in 1990 they had:
* Reynard 90D-008 (Eric Van de Poele)
* Reynard 90D-019 (Giovanni Aloi, Otto Rensing, Marco Greco, Vittorio Zoboli)
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac)

The cars in British F3000 in 1989 were
* Lola T89
* Reynard 90D-008 (Vittorio Zoboli)
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac)

The cars in British F3000 in 1990 were
* Reynard 90D-024 (Amato Ferrari)
* Reynard 90D-008 (Thierry Délubac), Perry McCarthy
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Sure,

in F3000 International in 1990 they had:
* Reynard 90D-008 (Eric Van de Poele)
* Reynard 90D-019 (Giovanni Aloi, Otto Rensing, Marco Greco, Vittorio Zoboli)
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac)

The cars in British F3000 in 1989 were
* Lola T89
* Reynard 90D-008 (Vittorio Zoboli)
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac)

The cars in British F3000 in 1990 were
* Reynard 90D-024 (Amato Ferrari)
* Reynard 90D-008 (Thierry Délubac), Perry McCarthy
None of those cars you listed for the 1989 British series raced. The latest cars that could run were the previous seasons models ie 1988.
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