PRECISION MOTORSPORT FABRICATION - Intercoolers, charge-coolers, plenums, fuel tanks, swirl Pots, dry sump tanks, catch tanks, oil coolers, radiators, water swirl pots, header tanks, specialist welding.

CONCEPT RACING TEAM

The Concept Racing team is led by Bob Hall and Clare Daniels.

Bob Hall

Bob began his career making aluminium bodywork and plumbing solutions for historic sports cars.

Over the last 25 he has worked on some of the most prestigious race cars ever built, from Maserati 250Fs, Lotus Grand Prix cars, Rolls Royce and Aston Martin to current Formula 1 engined hill climb cars and 24 hour Le Mans cars. Over this period of time he has gained vast experience in a multitude of areas within the motorsport industry. Bob has an unparalleled attention to detail combined a passion for creation and skilled craftsmanship.

Clare Daniels

Clare joined the Concept Team in 2006 and is involved in all aspects of the business. Clare is a skilled fabricator who has been at Bob’s side for the last 24 years. Over the years Clare has gained an in depth knowledge regarding the design and manufacture  of dry sump tanks, high performance aluminium heat exchangers and fuel tanks.

Clare is the main point of contact at Concept and will do everything possible to provide you with a friendly, knowledgeable and reliable service.

41/4 Litre Derby Bentley

Body manufacture is carried out in the traditional way; metal is cut from pattern, hand beaten into a rough shape and then hand wheeled on an English wheel to achieve smooth, faultless panels. The next panel is then TIG welded to the first, the joint is planished until hardly visible. Bob uses a similar method to make the shaped header tanks seen on radiators and intercoolers on the site. See the Project Images »

41/4 Litre Derby Bentley Fixed Head Coupe

Body manufacture is carried out in the traditional way; metal is cut from pattern, hand beaten into a rough shape and then hand wheeled on an English wheel to achieve smooth, faultless panels. The next panel is then TIG welded to the first, the joint is planished until hardly visible. Bob uses a similar method to make the shaped header tanks seen on radiators and intercoolers on the site.See the Project Images »

American Springfield Rolls Royce on Phantom Chassis

Body manufacture is carried out in the traditional way; metal is cut from pattern, hand beaten into a rough shape and then hand wheeled on an English wheel to achieve smooth, faultless panels. The next panel is then TIG welded to the first, the joint is planished until hardly visible. Bob uses a similar method to make the shaped header tanks seen on radiators and intercoolers on the site. See the Project Images »

Cooper single seater nose cone

Body manufacture is carried out in the traditional way; metal is cut from pattern, hand beaten into a rough shape and then hand wheeled on an English wheel to achieve smooth, faultless panels. The next panel is then TIG welded to the first, the joint is planished until hardly visible. Bob uses a similar method to make the shaped header tanks seen on radiators and intercoolers on the site.See the Project Images »

Motorbike fuel tank

Body manufacture is carried out in the traditional way; metal is cut from pattern, hand beaten into a rough shape and then hand wheeled on an English wheel to achieve smooth, faultless panels. The next panel is then TIG welded to the first, the joint is planished until hardly visible. Bob uses a similar method to make the shaped header tanks seen on radiators and intercoolers on the site.See the Project Images »

Type 23 Bugatti Bresia

Body manufacture is carried out in the traditional way; metal is cut from pattern, hand beaten into a rough shape and then hand wheeled on an English wheel to achieve smooth, faultless panels. The next panel is then TIG welded to the first, the joint is planished until hardly visible. Bob uses a similar method to make the shaped header tanks seen on radiators and intercoolers on the site.See the Project Images »

Other General Pictures

As you can see we make a wide range of parts from pattern, drawing or a cardboard box mock up. We will have a go a most things and are often contacted to help solve problems or make parts that people are struggling to replace. Please contact us to discuss.See the Project Images »

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