Formula Super Vee Manufacturers


Unlike Formula Vee Formula Super Vee attracted many manufacturers, however the Formula Vee specialists (such as Kaimann) also tried their hands at Super Vee design and construction leading to a rich and varied range of cars. Manufacturers of Super Vee chassis included:


Adler - Canada; 1 SV built in 1983

Altona - Canada; 1 SV built in 1971/1972

Anson

      SA4 - 1984

      SA6 - 1985

Argo - United Kingdom

      JM-2 built in 1977-78

      JM-4 built in 1979

Autodynamics - USA; see Caldwell below

Autoresearch

Beach - USA; ? to 1970

Biota - United Kingdom

Caldwell - USA; manufactured by Autodynamics and sometimes referred to as Autodynamics Caldwell

     D-10 - 1969 (9 manufactured); 1970 (1 manufactured)

Celi - Belgium

     AC5 - 1971

Chevron - United Kingdom

     B46 - 1978 - Formula Super Vee, the "Bennett era" car - 1 built

     B50 - 1979 - 4 built

Condor - Canada, 2 SV's built

Crossle - Ireland

     24-F - 1971

Dickson - USA; ? - 1971

Elden - United Kingdom

     MK14 - 1973-'74, 8 built - 4 shipped to USA

     SV 18/22

Egli - USA; 3 constructed

Fuchs - Germany; ? - 1970

Grac - France; ? - 1970

Griffith - USA

     GR-?? - 1980 - constructed by Jim Griffith, first one built & raced in the early '80's in VW/Bosch Pro FSV Series

     GR-06 - 1986

     GR-93 - 1990 - Car was later redesigned as a prototype to be run in F3 series that was to replace FSV in 1990, but failed

Hawke - United Kingdom

      DL5 - 1970

Horag - Switzerland; ? - 1971, 1975

HVB - Netherlands; ? - 1970

Kaimann - Austria; ? - 1970

Legrand - USA

     MK 15SV - 1970/'71

Libra - USA

     Mk II - 1970

Lola - United Kingdom

     T-250 - 1970

     T-252 - 1971

     T-320 (23 built) - 1973

     T-322 - 1974

     T-324 - 1975

     T-326

     T-328

     T-620 (26 built) - 1978

Lynx - USA; ?-1971

Maco - Austria; ?-1978

March - United Kingdom

     SV-79

     SV-80

Martini - France

     MK-47 (two cars produced, loosely based on the successful MK42 F3 car)

     MK-50 (one car constructed, introduced half way through '86 season), With help of 2nd MK-47 chassis, the 2 cars went on to

                  win the 1986 championship for Didier Theys, breaking Ralt's strangehold on the US series.

Modus - United Kingdom

     M2

Motul - Germany; ?-1971

Nickle - USA; ?-1971

Palliser - United Kingdom (referred to as Palliser Winkelmann)

     WDV.1 - 1970/71

Protofab (see Riley) - USA

Quasar - (link to Super Nova ??) - USA

Race Research - USA; 1976 (1 built)

Ralt - United Kingdom

     RT1 - 1978-1980 - also ran in other specifications; F3, Formula Atlantic, etc.

     RT5 - 1982 - 1990

Riley/Protofab - USA

     PR-2 - 1978

Royale - United Kingdom

     RP 9 - 1971

     RP 14 - 1972

     RP9-18 - 1973 (one off special)

     RP 18A - 1974

     RP 18 - 1975 (approximately 10 or 12 built)

     RP 19 - 1975

RPB (Racing Plast Burtrsk) - Sweden

     ?-1972 "stands for Racing Plastic" named for the place where the cars were built in very Nordic cold place in Sweden in -60 &

     70 temps. They built over 300 different cars from Formula Vee and up to Sports cars built on VW-chassis. For Super Vee -

     only 2 were built. Number 1 was crashed and out of the parts number 2 was designed. Courtesy of Conny Johansson

Supernova - United Kingdom

Taurus - United Kingdom (Lola-based special built by John Barnard & Patrick Head)

Titan - United Kingdom

Toj (actually Modus under a different name)

Tui - United Kingdom (morphed into Super Nova or Shannon)

     BH - 1973

Van Diemen - United Kingdom (produced a water-cooled model based on the RF82 FF2000 chassis)

Veemax - Finland

     MK V - 1970/'71

Weemax - Sweden; 1978

Wheeler - USA

     ?-1978 - 13 tubs bent up & only 12 completed. At least 2 are now in D/SR configuration.

Winkelmann

     WDV-1 - 1970

Zeitler - USA; ?-1970

Zink - USA

     ?-1970

     Z-9 - 1972 - ?

     Z-11 - ?

     Z-14 - 1979