The yellow 211 is my car. The story is:
I bought it in about 2012 as a rolling chassis, had it built up, raced once at Spa and hated the standard gearbox after I missed a shift and blew the engine.
I had it rebuilt over the winter with the Elise Parts sequential box, standard engine, charge cooler with a HKS supercharger. The car was developed over the next couple of years and the engine now has forged steel parts with various other upgrades.
In 2015 the car had another rebuild on a brand new chassis. In addition to the above spec, I had a Philbeam pedal box and Bosch M4 Motorsport ABS along with new calipers all round. We found that that with the pace of these cars the standard ABS could not cope and I was constantly getting a hard pedal, the Bosh solution is fantastic in that you just hit the brakes as hard as you like and never lock up. The other guys racing 211's tried removing the standard ABS but it made the car difficult to drive, the best solution is the Bosh unit but the upgrade was over £10k. As you can see from the video, no car in the race series can stop like this 211.
The other upgrade was a custom made motor sport wiring loom running off a Cosworth power distribution module. This means that you don't have any fuses, it is all computer controlled and it gives you great flexibility over tailoring the electrics on the car. It has gadgets like light repeated light flashing to warn slower cars (or even faster cars !) in front, pit lane speed limiter with flashing lights, the possibilities are endless.
The car has a Cosworth dash, this was about £3.5k plus vat but gives the engineers a lot of information about what is going on in the car. It gives the driver lap times, delta sector, delta split etc, you can configure it how you like.
Air jacks, I was just showing off with this, looked cool.
Bag tank 70 litres.
Cosworth switch panel for ignition, lights etc
I have priced the car sensibly as I just need to get it gone. If you had a car built to this spec, it would cost you £150k, I have the invoices to back that up, the parts alone were over £100k plus vat. There has also been a lot of development gone into the car to make it reliable.
PS my son was driving the car in the video and he slowed down so that he could have a race with the Exige, Ryan has done a 1.12 at Donington in testing