Mark Glover went on to win back to back championships in 2019 in his Racekits Falcon - a brilliant effort.
In 2020 Mark was second in the championship behind a resurgent Peter Bove now back up to speed in his old Darvi. Andrew was third in the "works" Falcon despite not having raced at 2 out of the 3 circuits on the calendar.
Ian Barley has rebuilt his Falcon after a major crash at the Birkett Relay race and another unlucky accident on his initial return. He had 5th place in the wet at Snetterton behind the Falcons of Andrew and Mark, Peter Bove's Darvi and a dominant Dave Hodkin, so I think we can expect to see some more good results from Ian this year.
John Donley started off the 2020 season in his 750 Formula Merlin and with the reduced schedule is still developing and setting up the car. Likewise our own "works" Merlin driven by me has been undergoing substantial modification from its Historic 750 Formula specification to make it competitive in the formula and the work has progressed during the year. For 2021 it will be Andrew's turn to drive the Merlin which might speed it up a bit and my turn to drive the Falcon.
Meanwhile, there are 2 more Falcons being built. Matt Unwin has made a very nice job of his Falcon which will racing this season and John Iley is starting work on his Falcon for the 2022 season.
The Historic 750 Formula has had a tremendous resurgence over the last couple of years many more old 750 Formula cars have returned to racing so after a total of 6 kits built (4 Historics and 2 in the formula) there is no longer much need for the Merlin kit and so I have removed it from the website.
We can still provide chassis and suspension parts for these cars but not the more comprehensive kit that we used to.
We will be testing the Merlin at Silverstone on the 13th March if that goes ahead so if you want to speak to us come along