Improving driving visibility
As a glass sealant
Minimising wiper blade wear
Water beading on all glass
Rain Off Glass Sealant is a hydrophobic sealant which bonds to the glass, primarily on the windscreen but on other windows too, to repel water and cause beading. This means that when being driven at speeds over 30mph, water runs off the glass naturally, minimising use of the wipers and therefore increasing the life of the wiper blades.
The glass sealant evens out the tiny imperfections and peaks and troughs in the natural formation of glass, providing a completely smooth surface which allows rain to run easily off the glass, or to bead when the vehicle is static. The effect lasts up to 3 months in the winter and 6 months in the summer, and the 500ml product will cover at least 30 average windscreens.
Please contact us for further details.
CWR/DG Sportscars owner Mike Luck took his Class C Chimaera to top honours in the 2017 Dunlop TVR Challenge at the weekend. Mike went into the last three rounds held at the Cheshire circuit, with a slim lead in the series from fellow TVR specialist owner Jason Clegg. Although the weather was changeable all day, causing some difficult tyre choices, Mike did enough to maintain the points lead and secure the series.
A rare TVR photo opportunity cropped up at our workshop the other day when a 1960
Grantura indulged in a spot of sunbathing alongside a 2005 Sagaris. One of the oldest
TVRs in the country and one of the newest, giving a nice illustration of the broad range
of cars we care for.
We will be attending the NECBirmingham Practical Classics Restoration Show this weekend along with the TVR car club.
Bringing with us a couple of classic TVR's as well as our S series Chassis as part of the Exchange progam.
Officially the UK’s fastest growing classic car event, over 19,000 enthusiasts joined us for the Practical Classics Restoration & Classic Car Show, bringing together all aspects of classic motoring. From barn finds discovered after many years of storage and those project cars that have stalled in an owner’s garage, to restorations just getting back on the road and those pristine marques with gleaming brightwork and proud as punch owners.
If you need help and advice from our motoring experts and celebrities, want to buy the tools to do the job yourself or find a specialist restorer who can tackle the work on your behalf, this is the show for you. With cars for sale from both dealers and Silverstone Auctions, live demonstrations, and over 650 cars on display, don’t miss the classic motoring scene’s season opener on 5th and 6th March 2016.
Till we land at Oulton park with 3 Group C cars on the grid!
For those who havnt seen our facebook page, heres a sneak at the new entry into group c that will be driven by Mike luck.
Sadly due to un-ecomonical repair we are breaking a TVR S3,
Many parts are available and in good or almost new condition from switches and motors, glass, doors, trim to Engine, coilovers, stainless steel exhaust system, stainless steel manifolds, seats and dash.
Head on over to our facebook page at www.facebook.com/dgsportscars for pictures and info.
This time tomorrow we will be at Mallory Park Circuit for Race 4 of the Dunlop TVR Challenge.
With 22 points between the top two places, Alex will have to fight off Matt, Mike and the rest of the pack for 2 heats if he wants to keep the points gap from closing as we head into the last race of the season in October.
Qualifying starts at 10:55.
Race 1 at 14:25 & Race 2 at 16:35.
Weather promises to be a nice cool and sunny day with clear skies.
Other racing events on the day are the HRDC Academy, HRDC All Stars, HRDC Touring Greats, Monoposto Championship & Toyo Tires Honda VTEC Challenge/4Two Cup so a full race filled day is to be had!
See you there!
Stay tuned for race news from the Tvr Dunlop Challenge, track days, shows and events we will be attending!
Also keep an eye on our car stock, Tvr accessories (details on the custom dashboards will be going live soon!) and general goins on within our busy workshop.
-DG Sportcars crew.
We are delighted to announce that CWR David Gerald Sportscars will be competing in the 2014 Dunlop TVR European Challenge (DTEC) with a pair of Chimaera’s. The cars will be built to the new class C regulations allowing 4.0ltr cars with limited modifications to race.
2014 will see the return of the CWR/DG Workshop open day on March 29th with plenty of interesting cars and upgrades to look over not to mention the pair of CWR/DG racing Chimaera’s.
Redditch based TVR specialists Classic World Racing and David Gerald Sportscars have acquired the assets of Cullompton (Exeter) based TVR Carparts.com business after the principal owner Richard Smith fell ill.
Lawrence Tomlinson adds to growing automotive portfolio Iconic British car marque Ginetta, has extended its road car proposition by acquiring Bath-based supercar manufacturer Farbio Sports Cars. Driving the potential deal is Ginetta Chairman Lawrence Tomlinson, who acquired Ginetta in 2005 and has pushed the sports car maker to new levels.
On a clear crisp November morning the doors opened and F4BEO drove quietly out to start a 1000 mile trip to Germany and back. Destination the Nurbugring to participate on an RMA track day, this event is one of the few opportunities that enables ‘continuous lapping’ of the circuit enabling drivers to experience the full potential of their vehicles on the 3.5 Km main straight.