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Competition

Competition

The Revington TR / TR Register Sprint & Hillclimb Championship is now open to all Triumphs. Use your Triumph for what it was designed for; sport! The TR Register website will keep you up to date with current affairs and our calendar of events  Click here for more information.



Photo by Steve Cox of Classic Marques

RevingtonTR are proud to have been associated with the TR Register Sprint and Hillclimb Championship for many years as the sole sponsor.

RevingtonTR's founder, Neil Revington won the championship in 1983. Since then RevingtonTR have helped competitors achieve victory in not only the sprint and Hillclimb Championship but all forms of motor sport.

The RevingtonTR/TR Register Sprint and Hillclimb Championship now has it's website incorperated into the main TR Register website where you can find details of how to join the championship and view results as they become available during the year.

Click here to go to the Motorsport section of the TR Register website 

This link will take you to the Downloads section of the TR Register Website where much more information about getting started and car preparation can be found. If you need further help and guidance on car preparation our staff here at Revington TR will be pleased to help.

One of the most important documents you will see here is 'Getting Started' . This document will be invaluable in helping establish what you need to do to get going. In the 'Car' section various pieces of equipment are mentioned. The following links to sections of our website should help further.

FIREWALL. TR2-6 will need a firewall fitted, we can supply a ready cut part. See 

TR2-3A Firewall or

TR4 Firewall or 

TR4A-6 Firewall 

As the petrol tank on TR7-8 are external, no fire wall is required as long as the rear bulkhead is intact.

ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT BREAKER SWITCH.  Whilst not essential in all classes we feel a circuit breaker is a good safety device and especially on road cars is a great anti theft device too. This link will take you to suitable parts

SEATS

A good seat is essential to safe and competent driving. Our range of seats, constructed on our own design of frame are well worth considering. See our range here

SEATBELTS

See our range here. Anyone considering motorsport should consider a ROP (see below) and full harness seatbelts as a high priority. 

Neil Revington says: - ' Sue and I have only had one serious motoring accident and that was on the open road, in a none competitive situation in a road going TR fitted only with period lap and diagonal seat belts. We were very badly hurt; Sue still suffering with back problems some 3 years later. We are 100% convinced we would have not been hurt at all (save for me pressing on the brake pedal for England resulting in a fractured ankle) if we had been in one of our own cars with a full harness.'   

ROLL OVER PROTECTION (ROP) 

As the guide says 'Not mandatory for road going cars but highly recommended. Competition carries risks, but running an open car without a roll bar is simply madness! 

Many will be familiar with the the terms Roll Over Bar (ROB) and Full Cage. In modern parlance these are collectively now known as ROP's. Most people contemplating motorsport for the first time are likely to be considering a ROB. Revington TR however can supply a full range off ROB's and Full Cages for all TR's from TR2-TR8. We can supply these for fitment yourself or we can fit your chosen ROP in our workshops. 

This information sheet may help you to decide which ROP is best for you. Information Sheet IS40 

 

OIL CATCH TANK 

See our range here

SILENCING

Our exhaust range whilst endeavouring to give the best performance has been designed with motorsport regulations in mind and will usually produce no more than 98db as measured by scrutineers at events, that figure being measured at 0.5m at 45° from the exhaust tail pipe. This however is dependant on many factors, engine preparations being the main factor. The current MSA regulations say 110db is the limit for Hillclimbs and Sprints but event organisers and venue owners sometimes impose tighter limits, usually due to a local planning agreement between residents and venue owners, however 98db is usually the lowest figure encountered.


TR4 Works Rally Cars 

Revington TR are now well known for their connection with Works Rally cars. During 1962-64 Triumph campaigned four powder blue TR4 rally cars. These aluminium bodies specials had many features which are appealing to current owners. Revington TR have had the privilege to restore the three remaining cars registered 3VC, 4VC, & 6VC. Revington TR can now supply all the necessary parts you need to build a replica works rally car. Or Revington TR can build a complete rally ready car for you.



6VC at minus 20 degrees c in Germany.
6VC and 4VC on the open road near RevingtonTR's base at Middlezoy, Somerset.



6VC on the 1998 Targer Tasmania.
Mike Sutcliff poses by 6VC after his and Roy Fiddler's retirement from the 1962 coupe des Alps.



3, 4, 5 and 6VC on the 1962 Tulip rally.
Jean-Jaques Thuner and John Gretener reunited with a works TR4 after the 1999 Rally des Alps.