I saw this today on the wonderful Innovative, Banned, and Unique Racing Cars Facebook page, and while watching it I almost ruptured by mid-abdominal delight gland. That’s a 1928 Frazer Nash known as the Owlet, and watching that tall, skinny thing bob and weave and tear ass around the track is just fantastic.
The car above wasn't the most refined, but it could run with some of the fastest cars of its era and cost a fraction of the price. Does that formula sound familiar?
The almost too-good-to-be-true Frazer-Nash Namir, the self-proclaimed world's fastest hybrid, took to Goodwood for the hill climb.