Make: Lola
Model: T140
Year: 1968
Chassis: 5
Engine: Chevy 302
Transmission: Hewland LG 600

Owner: Janet and Eric Fitch
Location: Snohomish, WA, USA

Previous Owners: Fred Opert and others unknown.

Racing History: Car raced in 1968 and 1969 by Mike Hiss in the SCCA Formula A Championship Series with several top 10 finishes. The Lola T140 was a very competitive car in the 1968 F/A championship winning many races against the Gurney Eagle cars. Car raced during 1972-1973 in several hill climb races in the Pennsylvania area setting many records. Car later moved to Texas and British Columbia, CAN, where it was found and lovingly restored by the current owners. Car currently raced by Janet Fitch in historic events on the Pacific coast.


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Make: Lola
Model: T140
Year: 1968
Chassis: 8
Engine: Chevy 302
Transmission: Hewland LG 600

Owner: John Bryant
Location: Beaumont, Australia

Previous Owners: Jerry Hansen, John Mahler, Wayne Sheler, Art Cross, Owen Starr, Lou Pavesi, Rick McLean, Mark Rincon (1997-2007).

Racing History: Jerry Hansen raced car in 1968 qualifying mostly in the top three places and finishing most races in top three places. John Mahler raced the car in 1969 with less success with best 5th place finish. Wayne Sheler raced the car in 1972 in a handful of races. Mark Ricon raced the car in a dozen vintage races between 1993-1996. Richard Cross also raced the car in at least four vintage races between 2004-2007. John Bryant began racing car in Australia and New Zealand Vintage races beginning in 2007.


Make: Lola
Model: T140
Year: 1968
Chassis: SL T140/10
Engine: Chevy 302
Transmission: Hewland LG 600

Owner: Bill Blake and Bruce Sevier
Location: Sacramento, CA, USA

Previous Owners: Pierre Phillips, Dr. Grant Hill, Lou Pavesi.

Racing History: Pierrre Phillips of Portland, Oregon, purchased the Lola from Carl Hass and campaigned it in the first years of the SCCA F5000 Series in 1968 and 1969 at Laguna Seca and Riverside International Raceway.  Pierre shipped the Lola to New Zealand, competing in the 1968 New Zealand F5000 Championship Series.  He also campaigned it in SCCA FA class and in the 1968 Road Race of Champions at Riverside.

There is a gap in ownership history up to 1988 when Dr. Grant Hill Alberta, Canada acquired the car.  In 1990 Lou Pavesi, California acquired the Lola, and campaigned it until selling it in 2004 to Bill and Bruce.

In 2008 Bill and Bruce began campaigning the Lola in the F5000 40th Anniversary races.  The Lola received the "Best Presentation and Performance" award at the Wine Country Classic in 2008.  The Lola has been campaigned every year since 2008 in the F5000 races, at Circuit of the Americas, Indianapolis, Road America, Portland International Raceway, Coronado, California Speedway, Sears Point, and Laguna Seca.

In 2015 the Lola was re-restored to its original livery that matches photos we have received from Pierre Phillips and our friend Spike Snyder.  We then raced it in the 2015 Monterey Reunion.
Make: Lola
Model: T142
Year: 1969
Chassis: Lola SL21
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland LG 600

Owner: Brenton Grigoul
Location: North Adelaide, Australia

Previous Owners: Carl Hass, Hogan Racing, Mike Gore, Roger Stones.

Racing History: Car raced by Chuck Dietrich in 8 races during 1969 Continental Championship Series. Car later owned and raced by Roger Stones.   
Make: Lola
Model: T142
Year: 1969
Chassis: Lola SL37
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland LG 600

Owner: Roger Townshend
Location: Christchurch, New Zealand

Previous Owners: Sportscars Switzerland (1969), Norinder (1970), Kenny Smith - NZ (early 90s), Roger Scott Dunedin, Roger Townshend (2003).

Racing History: Car raced by Ulf Norinder in 1969 in Guards European Formulae 5000 who finished 7th overall. Jackie Oliver also race the car in 1969 in a non-championship race. Ian Ashley drove the car for Norinder in 1970. Kenny Smith and Roger Scott Dunedin raced the car since the early 90s in various historic race events in New Zealand and Australia. Roger Townshend bought the car in 2003, repainted from red to current colors of blue and gold, and continues to race the car in historic events in New Zealand.
Make: Lola
Model: T142
Year: 1969
Chassis: Lola SL29
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland LG 600-153

Owner: Lothar Kremer
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

Previous Owners: Formula Car Racing (1969); Tony Simms (1970); Tom Quatsoe (1994-2004)

Racing History: Car raced by Eppie Wietzes in 1969 in 9 Canadian Road Racing Championship races and won 5 races to National Canadian Road Racing Championship. Car also raced by Tony Simms in 1970. Car later raced by Tom Quatsoe in various vintage events with HSR, SCCA, etc. Car restored to original Lola yellow and specifications in 2000.
Make: Lola
Model: T142
Year: 1969
Chassis: Lola SL33
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland LG 500

Owner: Rainer Ott
Location: Germany

Previous Owners: Mead, Korwin, Dino Crescentini

Racing History: Car history unknown prior to early 1980s. Dino Crescentini bought car at an auction in Toronto in the early 1980s and raced in vintage events in Michigan until car was sold to Mead Korwin in 2002. Mead Korwin has raced sporadically since with HSR, SVRA and other vintage groups in the Midwest. Car was to be reunited with Dino Crescentini for F5000 40th anniversary reunion race before Dino's death at Mosport race in June 2008.
Make: Lola
Model: T190
Year: 1969
Chassis: Lola F1/3
Engine: Chevy DZ 5 Litre with mechanical fuel injection
Transmission: Hewland DG300

Owner: Reinhold Jung
Location: Hauser, Idaho, USA

Previous Owners: Carl Hass (1969), Don Williams (1970-1971), Charles Hayes, Joe Magneto, Don Baker Jr., Chuck Haynes.

Racing History: Mark Donohue raced car for Carl Hass for a promotional event at Sebring in 1969. Ron Grable drove the car for Don Williams in 1970 and two races in 1971 in the L&M Continental Series finishing first at Edmonton and Laguna Seca. Ron finished the season in fifth place in point in the  L&M Continental Championship series in 1970 with this car frequently finishing races in the top 10 positions. Reinhold Jung purchased the car from Chuck Haynes in March 2007 and he is currently restoring it for participation in the Formula 5000 revival historic race series.
Make: Lola
Model: T190
Year: 1970
Chassis: Lola F1/8
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland

Owner: Eric Haga
Location: Mundelein, Illinois, USA

Previous Owners: Eric Haga (1970), Jim Gustafson (1974), Richard Votava (1975), Marshall Tarnow (1980), Alan Sevadjain (1981), Larry Clain (1982), Chuck Haynes (1984), Chip Boatright (2006). Eric Haga (2008).

Racing History: Eric Haga raced in 1970 in 11 races in the U.S. After the 1970 season, the t190/8 was traded in by Competition Development, Seattle Wa. to Charley Hayes Racing  the West Coast distributor for Lola.  Hayes  converted the car to a T192  and entered it in the Questor GP with Bobby Unser driving it. Jim Gustafson raced in West Coast SCCA events (finished 8th in 1974 Southern Pacific Division with 1 pt) and in the 'Pro' series at Ontario Raceway in Sep 1974 and Riverside in Oct 1974. Richard Votava ran in SCCA Regionals (mainly at RIR) in 1976 and 1977; SCCA Nationals in 1978 and 1979. Marshall Tarnow raced in Mar 1980  and Alan Sevadjain raced at Texas in 1981. Larry C. Clain raced at RIR and elsewhere 1982. Chip Boatright bought the car in 2006 and completed a restoration using the T192 body that came with car and ran as such in its early racing life. Chip raced the car Road America KIC vintage events in 2008 before selling it to Eric Haga. Haga, who had racecd the car in 1979, returned the car to the original configuartion and livery of 1970 and return on track with the car in 2009.


Make: Lola
Model: T190
Year: 1969
Chassis: Lola F1/15
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre with Weber 48 IDA carburators
Transmission: Hewland DG300

Owner: Salvador Trevino
Location: Santa Rosa Valley, California, USA

Previous Owners: Epstein Cuthbert (1970), Don Dierking (1971-1972), Dr. Frank Morgan (1973-1978), Mac McClendon (1979-2010, RM Motorsports (2010-2011, Lilo Zicron (2011-2012), Sal Trevino (2013)

Racing History: Lola works car driven by Mike Hailwood. Believed to be an experimental car to extend wheel base of Lola T190 for transition to Lola T192 longer wheel base. Hailwood raced car in 1970 in the International Gold Cup and International Trophy with top 10 finishes. Hailwood won the Preis Von Saltzburg race in Austria in the car in 1970. Car later raced in the US SCCA National races in 1971 and 1972. Car returned to racing in vintage events in 2012.


Make: Lola
Model: T300
Year: 1972
Chassis: HU 17
Engine: Chevy 5 litre, 305 cu
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Jay Braffett
Location: Willow Park, TX, USA

Previous Owners: Jones/Eisert, Eddy O'Brien, Danny Ongais

Racing History: Car raced by Kevin Bartlett in 1972 season in 5 F5000 Continental Championship races (Edmonton, Watkins Glen, Road America, Brainerd and Riverside) Jerry Grant races in 1973 at Riverside. Danny Ongais raced the car in 1974 winning 12 of 15 races entered driving for Eddy O'Brien.


Make: Lola
Model: T330
Year: 1973
Chassis: HU18
Engine: Chevy 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Peter Brennan
Location: Australia

Previous Owners: B. Epstein-Shellsport, John Turner, Jim Burnett, Alan Karlberg.
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Racing History: Car campaigned in the 1973 and 1974 Rothmans European Formula 5000 Championship. Car driven by Gijs Van Lennep, Tony Trimmer, Ray Allen, Clive Santo, Lella Lombardi, Keith Holland, John Turner and Richard Scott.


Make: Lola
Model: T330
Year: 1973
Chassis: HU19
Engine: AMC 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Gerard "Gerre" Payvis
Location: Rock Island, Tennessee, USA

Previous Owners: Roger Penske, Dan Furey, Gerre Payvis

Racing History: Roger Penske purchased the car from Lola. Mark Donohue raced the car during the 1973 season. He finished 2nd at Road Atlanta and 6th at Pocono. Car later sold to Dan Furey. Furey raced the car in the 1975 F5000 Series. Gerre Payvis bought the car from Dan Furey and has owned since 1975. John Cannon raced the car for Payvis at Pocono and was DNF with an oil pump failure. Gerre raced the car in the final days of the F5000 Series and occasionally since that time. Gerre is doing some minor upgrading of the car to get it ready for the 40th Anniversary reunion races in 2008. 


Make: Lola
Model: T-332C
Year: 1974
Chassis: HU60
Engine: Chevy 304 CI, 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Todd Gerstenberger
Location: Manhattan Beach, CA, USA

Previous Owners: Ted Field/Interscope, Danny Ongais, Vasek Polak

Racing History: Raced in inaugural Long Beach Grand Prix on September 28, 1975 sponsored by Interscope Racing. Car raced extensively in 1975 and 1976 F5000 race seasons. Car continued to race through 1978 in various events. Todd Gerstenberger purchased car in 1997 and completed an extensive restoration. Car raced extensively since in various historic race events in western U.S.


Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU0037
Engine: Chevy Traco 304, 5 litre, 547 hp
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Tom Malloy
Location: Villa Park, California, USA

Previous Owners: Carl Haas Racing Specialties, Tom Fredricks, Robert E. Lee, Tom Malloy (1998)

Racing History: Car raced by John Gunn and finished 6th in L&M Series in 1974, 19th in 1975. Raced at Mosport and Watkins only in 1976. Entered in Center Seat Can-Am Series in 1977 with best finishes 2nd and 4th. Continued to race in Center Seat Can-Am Series from 1978 to 1981.  Raced by Robert Lee in five races between 1991 and 1992. Tom Malloy has raced the car in various Vintage racing events since he purchased it in 1998. 


Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU0037
Engine: Chevy 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Lee Chapman Racing
Location: New Milford, CT, USA

Previous Owners: Sid Taylor (1974-1976); Gary Hobbs; Larry Neviaser

Racing History: Car raced by Brian Redman, Vern Schuppan and Alan Jones. Car entered in variuos races for the 1974 Rothman's F5000 Championship, 1975 Shellsport F5000 Championship and the 1976 Rothman's International Championship. The car won the 1974 Silverstone and Oulton Park races driven by Brian Redman. Original chassis 0037 was crashed in practice for the 1976 Watkins Glen F5000 race while driven by Alan Jones (future F1 champion). Car later ended up in Australia and then returned to the US during the 1980s. Car has been completely restored on new tub. Car has been raced more recently with HSR, SVRA, and other historic racing events at Watkins Glen, Road America, Road Atlanta, VIR, etc.





Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU0032
Engine: Chevy 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Paul Zazryn
Location: Melbourne, Australia

Previous Owners: Evan Noyes - sponsored by Eagle Creek and Mackinac Aviation, Tomy Drissi,  Marc Rauchfuss

Racing History: Car originally raced by Evan Noyes. The car competed in several F5000 races usually finishing in the top ten spots. finished 7th at the inaugural race at the Long Beach Grand Prix in September 1975. Car restored and raced by Marc Rauchfuss in historic race events in USA during 2008 and 2009.

Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1973
Chassis: Lola HU27
Engine: Chevy N/A
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Dudley Cunningham
Location: Carlisle, MA, USA

Previous Owners: Pat Burke Racing (1973), Ron Lampley (1975, Dave Robertson (1979), Jim Snelling (1979), Pat Burke (1982), Pat Parlby (1990), Chapman Root II (1993), Bob Gerber (2000), Dudley Cunningham (2006)

Racing History: Car is one of two T332 prototypes built in 1973. Warwick Brown raced car in 1974 in the Tasman Series finishing 6 in the Series. Warwick raced car to a 2nd place finish in the August 1974 Australian Championship race at Oran Park. Warwick also raced car in the USA F5000 series in 1974 at three races in the west coast. In 1975, Warwick race car in the Tasman Series to take the Championship with many first or second place finishes. Car changed hands a few times between 1975 and 1979. In 1979 and 1980, car was raced by Jim Snelling in various SCCA F5000 series races in the USA and was converted to single seat can-am car in 1980. In 1982, Pat Burke reacquired car and did a complete restoration to the original F5000 spec car. George Parlby bought car in 1990 and raced in various historic races in Australia. Chapman Root bought car in 1993 and raced sporadically in the US with appearances at Road Atlanta. Dudley Cunningham bought car in 2006 and is doing a restoration to race car at 40th Anniversary races at Watkins Glen and other race events.




Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU33
Engine: Chevy 302
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Jeffrey Parsons
Location: Bathurst, Australia

Previous Owners: Larry Harley (1974), Bob Nagel (1975-77), Howard Kelly (1977-79), Chuck Haynes (1979-82), Jim Gustafson (1862-86), Dennis Steinhardt (1986-2009).

Racing History: Car was Initially campaigned by Larry Harley of Rogers Racing in 1974 for Larry Harley, claimed to be used as a spare by Haas Racing for Brian Redman for balance of the 1974 season. In 1975 and 1976, driven by Bob Nagel in both amateur & professional events throughout the United States. Converted to Can-Am configuration with Riley body in 1977. Raced by Bob Nagel and Howard Kelly through 1979. Sold to Jim Gustafson in 1982 and raced in Can-Am and amateur events through 1984. Sold to Dennis Steinhardt in 1986. Restored to open-wheel formula configuration, and first campaigned in vintage car events beginning in 2002 at Road America and Blackhawk Farms. Car sold to Jeffrey Parsons and shipped to Austraila in 2010.





Make: Lola
Model: T-330 
Year: 1973 
Chassis: Lola HU14 
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Frank "Duke" C. Steinemann Jr.
Location: Ponte VerdeBeach, FL, USA

Previous Owners: George Hurd, Hass/ Hall Team Car 

Racing History: Car ran at Riverside in 1973 in the L and M F5000 Championship. Driven in period by Brian Redman and Derek Bell. Campaigned recently in Historic events.






Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU0029
Engine: Chevy 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Zak Brown
Location: Zionville, Indiana, USA

Previous Owners: Vel's Parnelli Jones Racing, Skeeter McKitterick, Rocky Moran, Jack Smith, Don May, Phyllis and Steven Murphy
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Racing History: Car campaigned by Vel's Parnelli Jones Racing in 1974 and 1975 and raced by Mario Andretti. Andretti won three races in 1974 at Watkins Glen, Elkhart Lake and Riverside. In 1975, Andretti won four races at Mosport, Elkhart Lake, Laguna Seca and Riverside. Car finished second in the 1975 Formula 5000 Championship. In 1976 the car was campaigned by Skeeter McKitterick. From 1977 to 1980, Rocky Moran raced the car as a converted single seat Can-Am car. This car has been faithfully restored to 1975 specifications by Jim Chapman and John Saunders-Hyde, Team Manager and Crew Chief for VPJ.


Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU034A
Engine: Chevy 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Todd Reiner

Location: Sacramento, California, USA

Previous Owners: John Butterworth/Guy Edwards (1974-1975), Andy Graves/Chris Oates (1975), Harold Krech (1976-1980), Mark Rose (1982-1998), Scott Catell/Todd Reiner (1998-2005), Todd Reiner (2005).
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Racing History: Car was raced in the 1974 European Rothmans Formula 5000 championship season by Guy Edwards who also raced F1 for Embassy with Graham Hill during the 1974 season. In 1975 Edwards ran the car in the European Shellsport F5000 series and received new sponsorship from Encyclopedia Brittanica and raced the full 1975 season finishing 3rd in the championship. Guy Edwards moved to Formula 1 again in 1976. It was in 1976 that Guy Edwards saved the life of Nikki Lauda in a fiery crash at the Nurburgring, receiving the Queens medal for gallantry. When brought to the US in 1976 body and chassis may have separated with another car also claiming chassis number HU34. Catell built a new chassis for car body identifief with Guy Edwards name in original racing livery under repainted body. Catell and Reiner completed restoration of car by 2005 to original livery. Car returned to racing in 2008 in the Formula 5000 40th Anniversary race at Sonoma Raceway (Sears Point) in May 2008. Reiner has campaigned car in subsequent races at Sonoma with the F5000 Revival Race Series.


Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU41
Engine: Chevy 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Steve Farthing

Location: Shaftesbury, Dorset, England

Previous Owners: Chuck Jones, Bill Baker, John Morton, Kalagian Ardisana Racing, Johan Woerheide, Chuck Haynes. 
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Racing History: Car raced by Graham McRae, Mike Hall, and Al Unser Sr during 1974. Car converted to center-seat Can-Am and raced into early 1980s with a crash incident in 1984. Car later rescued and tub rebuilt prior to sale to current owner. Car recently restored by Farthing during 2014-2015 to original F5000 specfications. 





Make: Lola
Model: T-332C
Year: 1975 
Chassis: Lola HU57 
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Barry Blackmore
Location: Glendale, CA, USA

Previous Owners: Galles Racing,  Automotive Development 

Racing History: Driven by Shirey at Road America and Mid Ohio 1976, 






Make: Lola
Model: T192
Year: 1971
Chassis: HU22
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Mead Korwin
Location: Shelby Township, Michigan, USA

Previous Owners: Mike Yanchek, Keith Young, Chuck Haines, John Winter, Kas Kastner/ Jim Brophy, Carl Haas

Racing History: Originally sold by Carl Haas to Kas Kastner of Kastner/Brophy Racing in February, 1971. Car was then loaned back to Carl Haas for reigning Indy 500 and 1970 USAC Champion Al Unser for use in the Questor Grand Prix in March, 1971, prepared by George Bignotti. The loan was in exchange for a new Traco Chevrolet V8 engine. The car was then campaigned in the 1971 L&M Formula 5000 Championship season by Kastner/Brophy Racing with Jim Dittemore as the driver and Max Kelley as the crew chief. Jim Dittemore finished 5th in the 1971 series.

Mead Korwin acquired the car in 2001 from Bud Bennet of RM Motorsports and has run vintage races at various venues including Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road Atlanta, Waterford Hills, Blackhawk Farms, and the Monterey Motorsports Reunion at Laguna Seca.





Make: Lola
Model: T-430
Year: 1976
Chassis: Lola HU02
Engine: Chevy 302 w/ Lucas McKay Mechanical Fuel Injection (5 lt.)
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: David Abbott, since 2002
Location: New Zealand

Previous Owners: Team VDS (1976-1979); Alan Hamilton (1979-1980); Bob Minogue (1981-1994); Gavin Bain (1994-1997); Graeme Cameron (1997-2002)

Racing History: Raced by Peter Gethin and Warwick Brown in US F5000 series with best 6th place finish at Riverside. Raced in Australia in the Rothmans International Series by Warwick Brown with mostly 1st and 2nd place finishes. Alan Hamilton drove car in the Australian Drivers Championship also in the second half of 1977 and in 1978 with a couple of 2nd place finishes.  Alan Hamilton crashed and almost totally destroyed the car in September 1978 at Sandown Park. David Abbott bought the remaining pieces of the car in 2002 and completed the reconstruction in 2007, putting it back on track in October 2007.



Make: Lola
Model: T-430
Year: 1976
Chassis: Lola HU01
Engine: Chevy 302 w/ Lucas McKay Mechanical Fuel Injection (5 lt.)
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: David Abbott, since 2002
Location: New Zealand

Previous Owners: Team VDS (1976-1980); Bob Minogue (1981-1994); Gavin Bain (1994-1997); Graeme Cameron (1997-2002)

Racing History: Raced by Teddy Pilette in 1976 to 3rd place finish at Mosport and 5th place at Road America. Car used as spare by Warwick Brown in Rothmans Series in Australia during 1977-1978. Alfred Costanzo took 5 first place positions in 1979 and 1980 in Rothmans Series and Australian Drivers Championship races at Sandown Park, Adelaide and Winton. Raced in various historic races in Australia in 1981-1982 and then moved to New Zealand beginning in 1994 where the car is now.






Make: Lola
Model: T-400 
Year: 1975
Chassis: Lola HU6
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Ross Olney 
Location: Agoura Hills, CA. USA

Previous Owners: Paul Higgins, Peter Kormann, Barry Blackmore, Vel's Parnelli Jones Race Team

Racing History: Driven by Al Unser Sr. at Mosport in 1975. Also driven by Mario Andretti. Car entered and prepped by Vel's Parnelli Jones. 2014 Tasman Revival Championship winner driven by Andy Higgins


Make: Lola
Model: T-332C
Year: 1975
Chassis: Lola HU35/K1
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Kirt Bennet
Location: Dunwoody, Georgia, USA

Previous Owners: Vels Parnelli Jones Racing, Steve Simpson

Racing History: Raced by Al Unser Sr. from 1975 on to numerous race wins. Al's team mate was Mario Andretti. This car was purchased by Brad Frisselle and became the prototype Frissbee single seat Can-Am car. In 1984, it was restored to its F5000 configuration and body work. More recently raced by Steve Simpson with HSR, SVRA, and other historic racing events at Watkins Glen, Road Atlanta, etc.







Make: Lola
Model: T-332
Year: 1973
Chassis: Lola HU N/A
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: John Obialero
Location: CO, USA

Previous Owners: N/A

Racing History: N/A





Make: Lola
Model: T-332 
Year: 1974 
Chassis: Lola HU32B 
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Marc Rauchfuss
Location: Simi Valley, CA, USA

Previous Owners: Tony Richards, John Mann, Mel Spillman

Racing History: HU32B is mostly a recreation of the original HU32 which was destroyed in a crash at Road America in 1974. The car was constructed in 1999 by Mel Spillman using some documented parts from the original HU32. Although the car has no period racing history, it did win the 2009 Australian Grand Prix  driven by Tony Richards.




Make: Lola
Model: T-332
Year: 1976
Chassis: Lola HU56
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Rick Parsons
Location: Iverness, IL, USA

Previous Owners: Rick Dittman, Carl Haas Racing
Racing History: Boraxo livery car driven by Brian Redman to 1976 Championship.





Make: Lola
Model: T-332C
Year: 1976
Chassis: Lola HU61
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Cameron Akhurst
Location: Adelaide, Australia

Previous Owners: Marc Rauchfuss, Theodore Racing - Teddy Yip

Racing History: Car ran for the first time at Road America in August 1976 driven by Derek Bell who was substituting for Alan Jones. Jones drove car in one additional race in 1976. Car later appeared at Surfers Paradise in Australia in 1977 where it was crashed during practice. Marc Rauchfuss currently restoring the car to original specifications to return it to historic racing in the Formula 5000 U.S. Revival Races.







Make: Lola
Model: T192
Year: 1970
Chassis: Lola U29
Engine: Chevy 350 cid (5 lt. equivalent)
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Seb Coppola
Location: Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA

Previous Owners: Carl Hass (1971), Jack Ideljorge (1971 - ), Roger Pitts ( - 1992), Larry Castleman (1992 - 1998), RM Motorsports (1998 - 2001). Seb Coppola (2001- )

Racing History: Car was delivered to Carl Haas in April 1971 as a white color and purchased by Jack Ideljorge of Englewood, Colorado. Jack entered it for the first time in the May 1971 Seattle Grand Prix. Raced by Jack in various other F5000 races from 1971 to 1972. Best finish: 6th at Mid-Ohio, 8th at Road America. Larry Castleman raced the car in various vintage races during the mid 1990s. Car currently actively raced by Seb Coppola with HSR, SVRA, and other historic racing events at Watkins Glen, Road America, Mosport, Mt.Treblant, Road Atlanta, VIR, etc.


Make: Lola
Model: T192
Year: 1970
Chassis: Lola U
Engine: Chevy 5 Litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Bob Harborow
Location: Melbourne, Australia

Previous Owners: N/A

Racing History: N/A





Make: Lola
Model: T300
Year: 1972
Chassis: HU 6
Engine: Chevy 5 litre
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Jeff Green
Location: Preoria, Illinois, USA

Previous Owners: Jerry Hansen, John McDonald, Donald McGreevy, Chris Pedersen.

Racing History: Car mainly raced by Jerry Hansen in 1972 season at Laguna Seca, Minnesota, Edmonton, Blackhawk Farms, Elkhart Lake, WI and Road Atlanta. Car finished first at the 1972 June sprints. Car had many top 10 finishes and finished first at SCCA Runoffs at Road Atlanta in November 1972. Chris Pedersen bought the car in 2007 and after restoring it raced in vintage races beginning in 2008. Purchased by Jeff Green in 2015.


Make: Lola
Model: T300
Year: 1971
Chassis: HU12
Engine: Chevy 5 litre, 302 cu
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Bruce Fullerton
Location: Bristol, UK

Previous Owners: Gus Hutchison, Nick Rini

Racing History: Car raced by Gus Hutchinson in 1972 season of F5000 Continental Championship. Best finish 4th place at Riverside. Car sold to and raced by Eddie Miller in 1973. Car later raced in various events until the 1980s when it was bought by Nick Rini and then Simon Hadfield and raced in vintage events in the UK. Car restored to 1972 livery by Bruce Fullerton and raced in 2007 in Derek Bell Trophy races in UK and historic GP de Pau in May 2007.


Make: Lola
Model: T192
Year: 1971
Chassis: Lola HU30
Engine: Chevy 305 c.i.(vintage T332 motor)
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Kurt Engelmann
Location: Long Valley, New Jersey, USA

Previous Owners: Invoiced to Carl Haas-May 1971, Justice Brothers (1973-1985), Chuck Haines (1985-2007). Kurt Engelmann (2007).

Racing History: Raced by Mark Waco in 1973 and Ron Dykes in 1974-1975. This was the last T192 built and was probably a replacement or spare car in 1971-1972. In 1973 the Justice Brothers purchased the car and ran it as the "JB Lola. They ran the car through 1975 as the only T192 still competing in F5000 professional events and driven by Ron Sykes. Car was restored during 2008-2009 and returned to compete in F5000 Revival Racing Series in 2010..


Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1976
Chassis: HU59
Engine: Chevy 5 Lt.
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Stan Redmond
Location: New Zealand

Previous Owners: John David Briggs, Rocky Moran, Tony Mistretta, Marc Bahner, Barry Blackmore

Racing History: Car raced as single seat Can-Am in 1977 . Raced in Australia in F5000 Series in 1978 and returned to single seat Can-am in 1979. Restored to F5000 form in 1996 and raced in vintage race events by Barry Blackmore. Car bought by Stan Redmond in 2009 and shipped to NZ to be campaigned in Tasman Revival Series.

Make: Lola
Model: T332
Year: 1974
Chassis: Lola HU 42/2
Engine: Chevy 5 lt.
Transmission: Hewland DG 300

Owner: Stuart Lush
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

Previous Owners: Carl Haas/Jim Hall, Bob Bay, Ed O'Brien, Shayne Windelburn, Roger Williams

Racing History: Car was bought by Haas/Hall for Brian Redman to drive in the 1974 US Continental Series. In 1975, it was sold to Bob Bay for Bernie Swanson to drive. Car rebuilt on new tub after crash and driven by Swanson at Mid-Ohio. Ed O'Brien bought car for Danny Ongais to drive in last 3 races for 1975 season. Car shipped to New Zealand by Shayne Windelburn and eventually bought by Roger Williams in October 2007.




Make: Lola
Model: T-140
Year: 1968
Chassis: 11
Engine: Chevrolet 5000cc
Transmission: Hewland LG 300

Owner: Paul Kuhl
Location: New Zealand

Previous Owners: Pete Helferich (1968); Dick (Richard) Jacobs (1969-1971); Jim Brackett (1971-1974); John Raecker (1978-1984); Michael Bloeman (1984-1995); Chuck Kirkbride (1995-2011); Alan and Paul Dunkley/ John Preisig (2011-2016).

Racing History: Believed to have been competitively driven/raced from 1968 to 1990, and then again from 2011 to present day with SCCA ( both National and Continental Series), Tasman F5000 Revival, and SVRA/VARA sanctioning bodies. Of note, the car was driven to second overall at The 2015 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion at Laguna Seca.