My thanks in particular to Simon Hadfield, Marcus Pye, Brian Redman, Ed Swart, Kevan Mc Lurg, Jeremy Hall, Pieter Melissen, Jeremy Jackson, Norbert Vogel, Philippe Rafesthain, Ian Hebblethwaite, Philippe Demeyer, Steve Wilkinson, Kelvin Jones, Urs Hauenstein, Tim Colman and Roger Andreason for their help and encouragement.
If you have any Chevron B19 photographs, either in period or in historic racing, also please contact Allen.
Jeremy Jackson has done an astonishing job supplying pictures of virtually every B19 raced in historic events in the UK and Norbert Vogel and Pieter Melissen are covering European and US events most impressively but more pictures of the cars in the 1970s would be very helpful.
Presumably the B19 advertised by Doug Shierson Racing (contact Matt Spitzley) in Autosport .
See the Bill Roush car which first appears at the SCCA Runoffs in November 1974.(Chevron Records: 'R. To Richard Shardlow for WCM 1971: debut BARC 1000 (MN pp12-14,24) co-driven by Terry Croker (DNS).
Work is done on a flexible schedule and can be configured to meet demands of the marketplace Spectrum Lighting’s Spinning Shop is one of the wonders of any in house tour.
The metal spinning shop produces optical reflectors, recessed trims, light fixture housings, canopies, cylinders and a host of other parts.
There is a long history of metal spinning process in our area dating back to pre-revolutionary war metal smiths (Paul Revere Sr. Spectrum lighting runs a state of the art powder coat process with a five stage chromate pretreat and multi stage oven.
Three booths are fed so we are able to run multiple colors on a given day.
See the Monte Shalett car, owned in 2009 by Jonathan Feiber (US), and the Massimo Comelli car, owned in 2007 by José Albuquerque (Portugal). Delivered by US Chevron agent Fred Opert to Doug Shierson (Marathon Oil).
Used by Shierson to dominate the SCCA Central Division 'B' Sports Racing title in 1971 with teammate Bill Barber finishing second in another Chevron.
Shierson had two cars at Daytona Beach Feb 1972 (MN p9-10) and at Sebring 12 Hours (MN pp12-14) with the newer of the two being driven by Freddy van Beuren/Rudolfo Junco ("an almost brand new car"; Hart aluminium block BDA - MN p9-10).