- FIA Masters Prize Giving in Paris – Wren Classics Ltd takes first prize!
- Chris Jolly & Steve Farthing pick up First Prize Trophy at the FIA prize giving in Paris
- BVM – all about us, this bit anyway!
- Masters 2019 FIA Pre 66 Sports Car Championship – We are the winners!
- Brands Hatch Test Lola T332 27.05.16
Author Archives: Wren Classics
Another triumphant night for Wren Classics Ltd who took home 1st place in the FIA Masters European Historic Pre 66 Sports Car Championship. The award ceremony was at the Pavillon Gabriel in Paris and we were the guests of honour!! Chris … Continue reading
An evening of celebrations at Carrousel du Louvre in Paris where Chris Jolly and Steve Farthing pick up the First Place Trophy for the FIA Masters European Historic Pre 66 Sports Car Championship. It was a star studded evening … Continue reading
We are so pleased with the column dedicated to us in the local Blackmore Vale Magazine, courtesy of Jackie Spiteri. It truly has been a special year and one to be celebrated.
We would like to congratulate Chris Jolly, Steve Farthing and the team at Wren Sport on winning the 2019 Masters FIA Historic Pre 66 Championship, taking four wins, one 2nd, one 3rd no DNF’s which is unheard of by … Continue reading
As anyone who read our last message will know, Friday night was “a bit of a late one” but both crews were raring to go for the final day of the 2016 Modena Cento Ore which started in the sunny … Continue reading
The late great Mohamed Ali took plenty of punches during his career and today saw the fearsome foursome of Chris, Keith, Richard, and Tim roll with the punches. After two days of trouble free racing across Italy they were starting … Continue reading
Day two of the 2016 Modena Cents Ore dawned with heavy rain in the coastal resort of Rimini. First duty of the day was to navigate the short coastal run to Circuit Misano. With the track still very wet as … Continue reading
Seven am on Wednesday and the crews competing in the Modena Cento Ore left the Grand Hotel Rimini for the 100 km dash to the famous Imola circuit named after Enzo and Dino Ferrairi. Tim managed his early morning navigational … Continue reading