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Thursday, April 28th, 2016
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2006 Juno SS3 Sports Racer SOLD

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  • 2006 Juno SS3-V6  2006 Britsports Championship winning car

  • TIG welded tubular steel chassis with integral roll cage
  • Designed and built by Ewan Baldry, now head designer for Ginetta Race Cars, (designed the new P3 Coupe), and formerly of Williams F1
  • Excellent condition, new paint
  • Jaguar/Ford Duratec V6 engine originally built by Mountune, (UK), just rebuilt by Total Engine Concepts, (TEC) West Palm Beach, 355 HP at 7500 rpm
    • Hewland FTR 6 speed sequential gearbox
    • AP Racing brake calipers and discs
    • AIM MXL dash
    • Lightweight  3 piece aluminium centerlock wheels
    • Carbon fiber composite bodywork
    • Carbon composite dual element rear wing
    • Advanced composite front and rear underbody
    • Willans 6 point harness
    • Front and rear adjustable anti-roll bars
    • Quick release steering wheel
    • Lightweight advanced composite bodywork
    • Bespoke  Ohlins triple adjustable dampers -
    • Front and rear inboard rocker arm suspension
    • AIM MXL Pista data logger dashboard-
    • Wide wheel upgrade (10” front and 12” rear)
    • Stainless steel headers and lightweight racing muffler
    • High intensity gear indicator - Adjustable steering column
    • Front and rear light set -
    • ATL/FIA bag fuel tank with dry-break re-fuelling
    • Rebuilt rear shocks
    • Brand new refreshed motor by TEC (less than 5 hours on the new refreshed motor)
    • Engine can go 40-50 hours between rebuilds
    • Rebuilds cost $5,000-$6,000
    • Spares included:
    •  1 set of 3 pc. lightweight centerlock alloy wheels mounted with almost new, "scrubbed" Avon slicks, 6 AP brake rotors, 3 set sof new Performance Friction brake pads, a set of used Performance Friction brake pads, 1 upright/hub assembly, 2 new Timkin wheel/hub bearings, 2 alternators, 2 Girling brake master cylinders, (used),
    • 1:57 at  Sebring, (with a pro driver) 
    • Much faster than a Radical SR3, SR5 or SR8!
    • This is a very quick sports racer which is able to compete against much more powerful and expensive sports racers
    • Has HSR log book, eligible for historic racing, NASA, PBOC, etc.
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    Juno Racing Cars was founded by former Williams F1 engineer Ewan Baldry in 1999. The factories first car, the Juno SS1, made its track debut in 2001. The car was designed by Baldry and design engineer Ben Lang. Lang was also chief engineer for the TVR Tuscan Speed 6. The SS1 was designed for the 2 liter National Supersports class. The car featured a spaceframe chassis built from cold drawn seamless steel. The car was powered by a Vauxhall 20XE engine.[1] Robert Oldershaw Jr. won the SP2 class in the National Supersports series in a Juno SS1.[2]

    The successor of the SS1 was the SS2. The SS2 had a similar design but the technical was aspect was significantly upgraded. The chassis was wider and featured a new Hewland sequential gearbox.[3] Robert Oldershaw Jr. won several races in the BARC National Supersports. Oldershaw Jr. finished second in the final classification.[4] Oldershaw Jr. followed up this performance the following year.

    A more powerful sportscar was launched by Juno in 2005, the SS3 V6. David Mountain and Andreas Halkiopolous competed the Jaguar powered SS3 V6 in the Britsports Endurance Championship. The SS3 won six races in the Britsports championship. The SSE, launched in 2008, continued to win races in various Group CN classes.

    Juno Racing Cars designed their first Formula Ford single seater for the 2009 British Formula Ford season. The Juno JA09 was entered by a factory entry for Chrissy Palmer. Chrissy Palmer raced three races at Oulton Park for the team finishing fifth in the first race. Palmer would go on to win the Formula Ford Festival in 2009 in after switching to the Mygale chassis. A new Formula Ford chassis was designed for the 2010 British Formula Ford season. For 2010 Juno partnered with Century Motorsport to field a factory supported entry.[5] Fielding various drivers, team principal Nathan Freke among them, the team failed to achieve significant results.

    On 7 August 2014 it was revealed that Ginetta Cars acquired Juno Racing Cars. The collaboration was formed in order to field an LMP3 entry in 2015.[6]

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