The Crossle Car Company
9S HTP Sports Racing Car

The 9S was regarded by many in the sixties as one of the most rewarding race cars to drive as well as one of the prettiest cars of its era – a claim that can justifiably still be made today. In 2005, when the FIA decided to permit the original manufactures of racing cars to produce continuation models to comply with the new HTP regulations, the opportunity for many historic racers to experience these values once again, became a reality.






Technical Specifications

Suspension
Front – Rose jointed unequal length wishbones incorporating Silentblock bushes, with adjustable coil spring damper units and spring platforms.
Rear – Rose jointed lower wishbone, trailing links and top transverse link with adjustable coil spring damper units and spring platforms.

Anti roll bars
Front and rear fully adjustable.

Brakes
Solid discs front and rear with Girling AR3 calipers incorporating brake balance adjustment.

Wheel base . . . . . . . . .90 inches
Front track . . . . . . . . . . 52 inches
Rear track . . . . . . . . . . 51.5 inches
Maximum width . . . . . . . 66 inches

Bodywork
Constructed in lightweight self – coloured GRP, the six section clamshell type body allows unhindered access to all areas.

Chassis
The grey powder coated tubular mild and alloy steel spaceframe, faithfully follows the original 1966 design. It now incorporates the latest safety requirements such as the integrated roll hoop fabricated from T45/4130 material. Floor panels are made from T6 fully hardened aluminium.

Engine
BMW M10 2 litre developing 215 BHP or Ford Twin Cam 180 BHP.

Gearbox
Hewland FT200 five speed with LSD or Hewland Mk5 five speed.