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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1973
Numbers built:As many as 29 (All T292s)
Internal name:T290
Designed by:Bob Marston with Patrick Head and John Barnard for Lola
Predecessor:Lola T290 Cosworth
Successor:Lola T294 BMW
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 23, 2013
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Chassis HU40 Presumed to be the T292 prototype, this chassis was first raced late in 1972 by Richard Scott at Jarama. For 1973, it was the works entry for Guy Edwards using Barclays International sponsorship. He won three rounds in the European Championship and ended the year third in th>>>

Chassis HU55 Acquired new by Crowne Racing of future Lola owner Martin Birrane, chassis HU55 was raced by Chris Craft in the 1973 European 2 Litre Championship. He scored victories at Misano, Imola, Enna and Barcelona on his way to winning the European Championship. Sold to the Pederzani>>>

Chassis HU64 The penultimate T292 produced, this was the second chassis sold through Joachim Bonnier to the Portuguese team sponsored by the 'Banco Iternational Portuges' or BIP. Originally fitted with a Cosworth FVC engine it was raced by local drivers Carlos Gaspar and Jorge Pinhol dur>>>

  Article Image gallery (110) Chassis (3) Specifications