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Much desired and successful Westfield sprint car

John Loudon - Sponsorship Liaison

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It is with a heavy heart but the time has come for my highly successful and much loved Westfield to go to a new home due to my moving onto single seaters. I have had the car for 20 years and it has been developed and improved in every aspect. During my ownership I have won the Westfield Speed Series outright (and come 2nd overall 5 times), won the British Sprint Junior challenge, had uncountable class wins and set numerous class records in both road going and modified classes at numerous countrywide circuits. No expense has been spared during my ownership in keeping it in tip top condition and specification and is ready to turn up and win in its new owners hands. The asking price no way reflects the amount of time, effort and money that I have lavished on it over the years.


Road registered (but currently SORN) and complete with MSA competition car passport


Specification below:-



  • Strengthened and uprated 1989 narrow body SE chassis by Procomp
  • Full Caged roll cage
  • Wide track rose jointed front suspension with aluminium hubs
  • Quantum double adjustable dampers correctly valved for car
  • 2.2 quick steering rack
  • HiSpec 4 pot calipers and lightweight discs
  • Aluminium rear calipers and lightweight discs
  • Bias floor mounted pedal box pedal box



  • Dry sumped Puma 1700 engine built and maintained by Protune running on Jenvey TBs and Emerald K6 ECU producing circa 220bhp / 150 ft/lb torque and revving freely and safely to near 9000rpm
  • Ultralight steel flywheel with 7.25" Quarter Master clutch. (fresh plate fitted)
  • Piper cams
  • Flowed head
  • Bonnet exit exhaust into Techcraft silencer
  • Forged pistons
  • Steel con rods
  • Forged steel crank
  • Pace dry sump system
  • Lightweight Nippon Denso alternator



  • Elite 5 speed IL200 gearbox (freshly checked and updated by Elite)
  • Tran X plated LSD in strengthened English live axle with 4.44 crown wheel and pinion
  • SBD flatshifter



  • Quick release SPA steering wheel
  • 6 point TRS harness (driver), 4 point Willans (passenger)
  • Tillet seats (only one fitted at present but other is included)
  • 2 sets of Force Racing split rims (one with slicks, one with wets)
  • Lightweight bodywork (graphics can easily be removed if so desired)
  • Lightweight fuel tank
  • Lightweight Lithium battery to MSA spec
  • Carbon flared engine bay side panels
  • Lightweight radiator
  • Carbon front wings
  • Rear diffuser
  • Flat floor
  • Weight approx 465kg


Currently in mod prod trim on slicks but comes with V5 and all parts to easily put back to roadgoing (lights, passenger seat and harness  but minus tyres)

Lots of spares included including standard spare engine, drive shafts, rear arches, engine spares etc


Too much to list. Better you come and see for yourself and talk to me.


Price £16,995 ono (serious enquiries only)


John O797I 576848 / jloudon@usa.net


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Wow, this is a serious bit of kit, for someone who wants to buy a class winning car fully developed. Hope it's bought by someone wanting to compete in the Speed Series.

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Thought this might be coming up!


I would love to compete with this Westfield.

Unfortunately it'll be at least year or two before any likelihood of coming back.

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Good Luck with the sale John, this really is one of the top Westfields in the country.

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Great car John, good luck with the sale and your venture to single seaters :cool:

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BTT - this could be in someone else's garage by Christmas 

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  • 5 weeks later...

Still looking for for its new owner to start winning again

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  • 2 weeks later...

Deposit taken. A sad day but its going to someone who recognises its qualities and I am sure will do well with it.

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