Lotus Elan

Track preparing a +2?

PostPost by: davidholroyd » Sat Nov 24, 2012 5:27 pm

My advice would be do not bother, in the end you will have car that will always we slower than a normal baby Elan and you will spend just as much money making it fast as you would a normal Elan. Racing is adictive and expensive. If you only intend to do a few hillclimbs keep the + 2 , fit a cage and the other saftey bits and have a bit of fun. Keep the rest standard and you will have a reliable fun car you can still use on the road. If you want to race buy a racing car, complete and competive in the formula you want to race in. Forget trying to make a +2 into a racing car, they never where in their day and are not competive at the sharp end now.


http://www.tsl-timing.com/cscc/2012/123764el5.pdf - no suprise the +2 was slowest.
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PostPost by: dwlotus » Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:57 pm

Hi, This is Dan Wardman, I co-owned the Elan +2 racecar mentioned in several posts with Joel for several years and can fill you in on all the details on the car, send me an email and we can connect. [email protected]. Thanks Dan
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