Ok, so hopefully you have read that we are now sponsored by the awesome Monster Energy. So I thought I would start one blog, one post and try to update it as we move forward with the build process.
Everything is done in house and please feel free to ask any questions on parts you see, how does that work, what is it for, fire away, happy to answer!
First up, the…Continue
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Next up the other night I gave the scoop I bought a good trim up. It is not a final cut as needs tidying but injector is just over 18 inches long so needed a good size base.
Marking it out with a square block on titanium.…
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Yes. A blog entry purely dedicated to our Facebook page and a shameless plug of it.
Please share and like and anything you can. We crave 1000+ Likes. To illustrate our point here is a chap with a pipe. He says LIKE.…Continue
Bennett Racing are very pleased to announce their latest sponsor, StickerDUMP.com.
It's all about scene and stickerz!
They provide worldwide shipping and specialise in one-off custom stickers for a huge amount of scenes.
We are very happy to have StickerDUMP.com join Bennett Racing as a…
Part 4 is now completed, this is a littler longer but lots of video of the '32 Topolino doing its thing.
Grab a cuppa and enjoy
Yep, we have finally caved and we're gonna build a FBS car,
its a mark 2 MR2, and will be treated to the full 'Bennett Racing' treatment, more to follow!
A bit longer this one but it still works a treat, hope you enjoy!
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Wow, 14th of September was our last blog? Well it's 2013 now and things have not slowed down, in fact I think there is more work!
Going back to 2012, November to be exact and we were invited to attend the MotorsportUK show by technical partners Ravenol…
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Hope you enjoyed part 1 - here - http://www.fueltopia.co.uk/profiles/blogs/a-brief-history-of-bennett-racing-part-1?xg_source=activity
Part 2 - this is from late 80's to 2001 when we broke our crank in a few pieces!
Morning all, spent quite a while making this, hope you enjoy!
Well it seems to be an age since our last blog post here on Fueltopia. But if it's possible we have been busier than ever!
Quite a few things ongoing at Bennett Racing, working with a potential sponsor that will be a real game changer for us, so fingers tightly crossed on that one. However for now we wanted to bring the below to your attention.
Slick Attire design and produce our t-shirts and these designs are the latest to emerge, however, we…Continue
*** COMPETITION TIME ***
For a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Silverstone Motorsport UK show on the 3rd/4th of November where Bennett Racing will be displaying the '32 Fiat Topolino methanol altered on the Ravenol High Performance Lubricants stand, simply LIKE our official page!…
Added by bennettracing.co.uk on October 19, 2012 at 10:02am — No Comments
Been a very busy 4 weeks here at Bennett Racing, just attended 4 events in 4 weeks but had a great time at each and showed the '32 Fiat Topolino off to over 35,000 people. Given a brief write up of each event below, hope you enjoy.
First up the NSRA Outlaw Picnic
We arrived to blue skies and temperatures of over 30+ and set up our little backup gazebo to keep the sun off of us. We actually wished we had brought a paddling pool, it was…Continue
Added by bennettracing.co.uk on August 31, 2012 at 12:25pm — No Comments
Long time since we posted but lots of updates and news to write.
We have became regulars at the Damn Yankee show @ North Weald and we love it there, it's such a nice relaxed day, during an interview there (broadcast over tannoy) I was asked if we were going to start the car up...my answer was short and just no (wasn't meaning to sound rude John), I then explained that race events are hard work, we're working…Continue
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