Frazer Nash 1955

Fixed Head Coupé (R6, 1971 cm)
Sebring (R6, 1971 cm)
 


 


Sebring przygotowany do startu w Le Mans.

 

Sebring is an impressive two-seater which is named in honour of the Frazer-Nash victory in the twelve-hour endurance race at Sebring, USA, in 1952, is continued with no material changes. Powered by the famous six-cylinder 2-litre Bristol engine it is developed from the Mark II Competition model. It features a full-width body of more rounded form, and a low-set lozenge-shaped radiator grille.


 



 


F.I.A. World Sports Car Championship entries:
 
  24h Le Mans 11.06.1955 (round 4) Results: perf.
index
# Entrant: gen. class
35 Sebring Becquart / Stoop Frazer-Nash 10th S2.0 4th 12th
36 Sebring Vard / Odlum Frazer-Nash ret. S2.0 - -
 
Tourist Trophy 18.09.1955 (round 5) Results:
# chassis # Entrant: gen. class
25 Le Mans Replica Mk II 421/200/176 Wharton / Vard Frazer Nash acc. S2.0 -
26 Le Mans Replica 421/100/119 Tew / Kelly J. M. Tew 23rd S2.0 4th
 
Victories:


Frazer Nash Sebring (Marcel Becquart / Dickie Stoop) at 24h Le Mans.