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Old 3 Aug 2018, 11:46 (Ref:3841085)   #16
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For some strange reason Mansell Madgwick were allowed to run Pedro Chaves in a Reynard 90D in the 1990 British championship , although as Thundersports says , the British championship was supposedly limited to the previous seasons cars . Chaves' car was sponsored by Mateus Rose and was finished in a bright red colour scheme . In 1990 Mansell Madgwick ran Paul Warwick and Marco Greco in 90Ds with Greco's Mugen powered machine also in a bright red colour scheme .
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Old 3 Aug 2018, 15:06 (Ref:3841134)   #17
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For some strange reason Mansell Madgwick were allowed to run Pedro Chaves in a Reynard 90D in the 1990 British championship , although as Thundersports says , the British championship was supposedly limited to the previous seasons cars . Chaves' car was sponsored by Mateus Rose and was finished in a bright red colour scheme . In 1990 Mansell Madgwick ran Paul Warwick and Marco Greco in 90Ds with Greco's Mugen powered machine also in a bright red colour scheme .
1990 was the one season that you could run current cars. The logic behind this was to attract cars from the over subscribed International series.
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Old 3 Aug 2018, 18:30 (Ref:3841173)   #18
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I didn't know that Thundersports . Was Chaves the only driver to use a current model of car that season ?
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Old 3 Aug 2018, 19:03 (Ref:3841186)   #19
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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.
My apologies. I made a mistake in listing the years.
Of course, the Reynard 90D did not even exist in 1989 (at least: not race-ready surely)


It should have been like this:


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 1990 were
* Lola T89
* Reynard 90D-008 (Vittorio Zoboli)
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac)

The cars in British F3000 in 1991 were
* Reynard 90D-024 (Amato Ferrari)
* Reynard 90D-008 (Thierry Délubac), Perry McCarthy
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Old 3 Aug 2018, 20:46 (Ref:3841202)   #20
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I didn't know that Thundersports . Was Chaves the only driver to use a current model of car that season ?
No i think at least one other 90D ran at the season ending Donington round (1 GA car and possibly another team), perhaps also in an earlier round.
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Old 3 Aug 2018, 21:17 (Ref:3841212)   #21
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I just Googled '1990 British F3000 Championship' & it threw up a site with a full set of race results.
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Old 3 Aug 2018, 21:41 (Ref:3841219)   #22
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I just Googled '1990 British F3000 Championship' & it threw up a site with a full set of race results.
That Canadian site (or was)? Nice little source.
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That Canadian site (or was)? Nice little source.
It was called 'oocities' or something.

I've probably got most, if not all, of the race programmes & results, but it would take a while to exhume them!
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Old 4 Aug 2018, 09:20 (Ref:3841329)   #24
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Thank you very much for this.

Would it be possible that the car listed without number and driven by Thierry Délubac was my 025 car?

I am aware that my car was one of two imported together from GA Motorsports. One was converted/prepared to run in Formula Brabham/Holden, the other bring prepared in team livery and used as a show/promotional car.

Other pieces are voming together quite well.
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Old 4 Aug 2018, 11:37 (Ref:3841362)   #25
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My apologies. I made a mistake in listing the years.
Of course, the Reynard 90D did not even exist in 1989 (at least: not race-ready surely)


It should have been like this:


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 1990 were
* Lola T89
* Reynard 90D-008 (Vittorio Zoboli)
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac)

The cars in British F3000 in 1991 were
* Reynard 90D-024 (Amato Ferrari)
* Reynard 90D-008 (Thierry Délubac), Perry McCarthy
Gert with respect that is so wrong that to put it right would mean starting again. As the results are on the web people just need to look at them.
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Old 4 Aug 2018, 22:01 (Ref:3841485)   #26
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My apologies. I made a mistake in listing the years.
Of course, the Reynard 90D did not even exist in 1989 (at least: not race-ready surely)

It should have been like this:
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Gert with respect that is so wrong that to put it right would mean starting again. As the results are on the web people just need to look at them.
I merely quoted what I found in Sheldon black books.
If you think it is wrong, then maybe complain to the authors. They will surely be happy if you can point out their obvious mistakes and may as well credit you for the additional information you undoubtably will contribute.

in F3000 International in 1990 they had:
* Reynard 90D-008 (Eric Van de Poele) [1] [3] [5] [6] [7] [9] [10] [12] [13] [15] [17]
* Reynard 90D-019 (Giovanni Aloi, Otto Rensing, Marco Greco, Vittorio Zoboli) [1] [3] [5] [6] [7] [9] [10] [12] [13] [15] [17]
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac) [15] [17]

The cars in British F3000 in 1990 were
* Lola T89 [2] [4] [11] [14] [16] [18]
* Reynard 90D-008 (Vittorio Zoboli, Paolo delle Piane) [4] [8] [11] [14] [16] [18]
* Reynard 90D (no number mentioned) (Thierry Délubac) [14] [16] [18]

The cars in British F3000 in 1991 were
* Reynard 90D-024 (Amato Ferrari) [21] [22] [23]
* Reynard 90D-008 (Thierry Délubac), Perry McCarthy [21] [23]

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A Record Of Grand Prix And Voiturette Racing, Vol. 13 - Paul Sheldon & Duncan Rabagliati
[1] page 44 - Donington 200 Gold Cup - 22.04.1990
[2] page 45 - British F3000 Championship - Snetterton - 07.05.1990
[3] page 47 - XLII International Trophy - 19.05.1990
[4] page 49 - British F3000 Championship - Brands Hatch - 28.05.1990
[5] page 50 - Grand Prix de Pau - 04.06.1990
[6] page 51 - Gran Premio de Jerez - 17.06.1990
[7] page 52 - European Formula 3000 Championship - Monza - 24.06.1990
[8] page 53 - British Formula 3000 Championship - Brands Hatch - 01.07.1990
[9] page 54 - Gran Premio del Mediterraneo - 22.06.1990
[10] page 55 - European Formula 3000 Championship - Hockenheim - 28.07.1990
[11] page 59 - XXXVII Gold Cup - Oulton Park - 12.08.1990
[12] page 59 - European Formula 3000 Championship - Brands Hatch - 18.08.1990
[13] page 60 - Birmingham Super Prix - Birmingham - 27.08.1990
[14] page 63 - British Formula 3000 Championship - Brands Hatch - 09.09.1990
[15] page 64 - Grand Prix de France 3000 - Le Mans - 23.09.1990
[16] page 66 - British Formula 3000 Championship - Silverstone - 30.09.1990
[17] page 67 - XXXI Grand Prix de Nogaro - 07.10.1990
[18] page 68 - British Formula 3000 Championship - Donington - 14.10.1990

[21] page 109 - British Formula 3000 Championship - Oulton Park -29.03.1991
[22] page 113 - British Formula 3000 Championship - Donington - 28.04.1991
[23] page 115 - British Formula 3000 Championship - Brands Hatch - 12.05.1991
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Old 13 Feb 2021, 22:48 (Ref:4035022)   #28
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From memory Richard Dean had a Cobra 90D at a Brands round but it failed to take the start. The car wouldn't fire up and after being 2 laps down they gave up. There were also a few others some correctly and incorrectly posted above.
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The Steve Cramp Formula Holden Reynard 90D to be more specific.
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