Frontline Developments, based near Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, was started in 1992 and has built up a solid reputation for designing and building upgraded components for fitting to classic British sports cars, such as the MGB and Spridgets and Triumphs. Their aim is to combine yesterday's heritage with today's state-of-the-art technology, by completely transforming the performance of these cars - from handling and roadholding to gearbox and engine characteristics, while maintaining their classic looks and character. Frontline are now building a limited edition modern take on the much-loved MGB GT, called the LE50, and a Roadster version called the Abingdon Edition.
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Gardner Douglas was established in 1990 by design engineer Andrew Burrows, with the aim of producing premium sports cars for individuals who wanted the very best combination of 60's era design and contemporary handling and performance. Their GD Mk3 model was the first car of its kind to be submitted and awarded Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA). In the last ten years much has been written about the company, its people and its cars. At a time when brand is everything, it is reassuring to know that a major part of the GD brand is its reputation for always putting quality first. The current range of five models are built at their factory in Grantham, Lincolnshire.
GBS (Great British Sports Cars) Ltd has been in business for over twenty five years and has built up a wealth of knowledge and expertise in developing and building Lotus Seven Style cars. This has resulted in their current model, the successful Zero, which they build at their premises near Newark in Nottinghamshire.
Gemini Karts are the UK's leading manufacturer of off-road buggies, go karts and rally karts. They specialise in providing go-kart parts, spares and accessories to off-road buggy enthusiasts across the UK and the world. Gemini Karts have been engineering karts for over 24 years, making them the longest established manufacturer of professional off-road buggies and go karts in the country. Using their expertise and experience, they design, engineer and assemble all their karts at their factory in Rushden, Northamptonshire.
Ginetta Cars Ltd was founded in 1958. The business was an extension of a passion for motor racing and as a result cars produced by the company were predominantly race or road/race. The first model, the G4, was unveiled at the Racing Car Show in 1961 and was aimed squarely at the club racer who wanted a cost effective weekday road car and a weekend racer.
Over the following years, success with the G4 prompted ever more ambitious designs and in 2005 Lawrence Tomlinson, an experienced racing driver and successful businessman bought the company. Yet the aims remain much as they ever were: to continue producing innovative, capable and, above all, affordable sports cars.
The Yorkshire-based company is a major player on the motorsport scene in the UK and abroad. Its own three single-make championships are renowned for their entertaining close racing and cater for novices and the career-minded alike. The company continues to design and manufacture its range of race and road cars in the company's 80,000 square foot factory in Garforth on the outskirts of Leeds. With his ambition to return to racing in the Le Mans Series, Laurence Tomlinson purchased Juno Racing Cars in mid 2014, and the exciting result is a new LMP3 race car, the G57. In Spring 2019, they revealed their new road and track supercar, the Akula.