This car was originally restored 1992 by the previous owner in France and used to compete in the European Historical F2 Trophy. It was imported to the US by the current owner in 2002 and received a complete two year restoration including all new suspension components. The car is in excellent condition and has only been raced twice since the restoration. The history of the car is known from new. It has FIA papers and a FFSA Passport. The car is currently race ready needing only new tires to win in Monoposto Formula Classic!
This car was used by Clay Regazzoni at the end of the 1969 F2 season. Disappointed with the performance of his Ferrari Dino F2 car in the first half of the year, he returned to Tecno as a works driver. He drove this car to 4th place at Enna in 1969. The car was then driven by Jean-Louis Staiano to a 4th place finish in the French Nation Hill Climb Championship in 1970 and 3rd in 1971 chanpionship with a FVC engine.
Weight: 950 lbs
Engine Builder: French engine specialist Jean-Pierre Fleur (Pipo)
Displacement: 1598 cc
Torque: 149 @ 8500rpm
Induction: Lucas F.I.
Total Time: Approx. 5 hrs.
The bearings, rings, rod bolts and gaskets replaced by MWE approx. 1 hour ago
Age: 1991, new foam 2005
Capacity: 10 gal.
Fuel Pump: Electric/mechanical
Radiator: Water/oil radiator
Ignition: New Lucas Hall Effect
Battery: 30 amp hr (Red Top)
Gears: 5 spd w/reverse
Differential: New Cam & Pawl
Axles: New donut drives, sliding splins and U joints
New ring & pinion
Construction: Molded fiberglass
Color: 1969 Tecno Works (Shell) Livery
Type: Tubular steel spaceframe
Finish: Gray Polyurethane
Front Suspension: New Pat Prince A arms and rod ends. Keyfoss coated mag uprights
Rear Suspension: New Pat Prince suspension pieces and rod ends. Keyfoss coated mag uprights
Shocks: New Koni 8212 double adjustable w/ eibach springs
Brakes: Rebuilt Girling AR front & New Girling D12R rear calipers