The Cadena Story - In Photographs

Photography by David Lord

The Story Started Here In 2003 With Chris Goodwin And Paul Whight Aboard A Very Rapid RML-Run Lotus Sport Elise, A Car Which All Of A Sudden Rewrote The Book On What Was Possible With The Little Lotus
It Was A Limited Race Programme But Plans Were Already Afoot To Mount A Season Long Effort, With Paul's Son Barrie And Fellow Roadsports Competitor And Lotus Handling Guru Gavan Kershaw Driving
In 2004 The Car Re-Emerged, Completely Rebuilt And Now Under The Guise Of Gavan Kershaw Racing. The #88 Car Was Immediately A Frontrunner In The Dailysportscar Cup With A Podium On Its Debut And A Race Win Next Time Out At Mondello Park

It May Have Been A Little Car, But The Team's Efforts Were Mighty And They Remained In Title Contention To The Very Last Race Weekend Of The Season
2005 Saw The Lotus Sold Overseas And A Very Different Beast Was Acquired To Replace It. A Brand New Mosler MT900R, Out For A Limited Season, This time Under The Cadena GTC Banner
After A Debut In The RAC Tourist Trophy Race At Silverstone The Mosler Appeared In A Limited British GT Programme

The Glorious Climax to The Mosler's Season Came On The Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit In front Of Almost 50,000 Race Fans, Where The Team Took The Win In The TAG Heuer 250
And So Into 2006, With The Newly Renamed Lotus Sport Cadena Campaigning A Trio Of Lotus Exiges in the New GT3 Class Of The British GT Championship. This Car, Which Runs As #18, Is The Original Factory Prototype
It Is Joined By Two Brand New Cars In The Lotus Sport Cadena Stable, Building On Lessons Learned From The Prototype. We Can Expect Some Real Giant Killing Action From Lotus Sport Cadena Throughout 2006
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