For nearly 60 years, TVR has enjoyed an illustrious motorsport career, beginning in the 1940s with Trevor Wilkinson’s personal passion for motor racing, which ultimately led him to establish the TVR marque.

Since then, TVR has gone on to compete successfully in several Les 24 Heures du Mans, Le Mans Endurance Series and numerous British and international GT championships, as well as spawning the phenomenal Tuscan Challenge series, which ran for some 16 seasons.

In the 1990s, TVR revealed to the world its frighteningly powerful Cerbera Speed 12, which pioneered the use of carbon fibre and aluminium honeycomb, encasing its monstrous, home-grown 7.7 litre, 800 bhp V12.

Arguably TVR’s greatest success was had in 2004 when two awesome Tuscan T400Rs completed Les 24 Heures du Mans, the most prestigious and gruelling of all endurance motor races.

TVR is proud of its motorsport history, and continues to be committed to its racing roots and to its success on the GT scene. But as part of its ethos of continual development, TVR plans to prove itself further on the international race circuit, as well as on the roads.