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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1979 - 1981
Numbers built:15
Internal name:T290
Designed by:Bob Marston and Eric Broadley
Predecessor:Lola T297 BMW
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 31, 2014
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Chassis HU93 Fitted with a Heini Mader tuned BMW engine, the first T298 was delivered to French racing driver Jean-Louis Bos. In Motul colours, he used the car to win the 1979 European Hill Climb championship. It was then raced by Gérard Xiberras to second in the championship in 1982 an>>>

Chassis HU100 Completed late in 1979, this BMW-engined T298 was the second example acquired by French hill-climb specialist Jean-Louis Bos through Heini Mader. With his earlier car, he had won the 1979 European Hill Climb Championship and then repeated that feat with chassis HU100 in 1981>>>

Chassis HU104 One of the very last T298s built, this example was sold through Lola's Swiss agent Heini Mader to Frenchman Pierre Yver in 1980. His regularly campaigned the car in minor events but with backing from Primagaz also fielded the car at Le Mans in 1981. Piloted by Jacques Heucli>>>


  Article Image gallery (124) Chassis (3) Specifications