British historic single-seater racer John Crowson is set to graduate to the FIA Thoroughbred GP Car Championship for 2002. Having raced a Chevron B40 F2 car most recently in Britain, Crowson is likely to field an Ensign next year.
The international Supersports series was saddened by the recent sudden death of Bob Bingley. Familiar and popular across the paddock, Bob had tended the Chevrons of Kent Abrahamsson for many seasons and was very much an expert regarding the Bolton marque.
Scotsman Sandy Watson emerged as champion within the European Sports Prototype series in his immaculate Chevron B8. Watson, a former Clubmans racer, has also been instrumental in the development of new young Scottish single-seater racers in recent seasons.
British club racer Lorraine Clark is to field a Coldwell C14 Group 6 sports prototype in European events next season alongside the similar car of David Gathercole. The team has sourced the second of only three such cars ever built and will run it with a 2-litre BDG engine. The third C14 is believed to be in Austria.
The third Grand Prix DE Monaco Historique will be held over the weekend of May 17 to 19 next year.
Coys of Kensington will be co-sponsors of the inaugural 24 hour Le Mans Classique in September 2002. Coys will be organising the official auction during the weekend and a number of significant cars with links to Le Mans are expected to be offered for sale.