A little history of the designer and founder of the Global series of cars.
Graham Hathaway the founder of GHR, first started working with cars at the age of sixteen as a vehicle technician for British Telecom.
At the age of seventeen, Graham entered his first Autocross race and won all major championships at both local & national levels levels driving a Ford Anglia and MK2 Ford Escort Twin Cam. Total 96 Wins and 7 Championships..
1982 At Nardo test track, Southern Italy, driving for Alfa Romeo, helped to achieve 18 World Speed Records.
1986 Worked for Ford Motorsport for two years with the WRC program.
1994 Guinness World Speed records achieved for Fastest Production Car. 0-60 3.07sec, 0-100 7.06sec, 0-100-0 12.6secs, which stood up until 2006.
1997 BTCC Team Manager and Engineer to Robb Gravett, driving Honda Accord 1st Independent.
2008 Introduced BESCR Bike Engine Sports Car Series.
Overall Career as Driver Wins 216.
Overall Career as Team Manager Wins 135.
1000cc 1.30.8 SECONDS.
1000cc 48.0 SECONDS.
1000cc 59.9 SECONDS.
1000cc 1.10.7 SEC's (old circuit).
1000cc 46.7 SECONDS.
1000cc 43.8 SEC's (old circuit).
1000cc 1.13.7 SEC's (short).
1000cc 40.7 SECONDS.
1000cc 1.12.7 SECONDS.
1000cc 1.43.8 SEC's(long).
1000cc 57.8 SECONDS.
1000cc 1.09 SECONDS.
1000cc 53.4 SECONDS.
1000cc 1.29 SECONDS.
- Tom Chilton
Now racing in the BTCC with Ford.
- Adrian Newey
The only man to have won with 3 different manufactures in F1.
- Vicky Butler Henderson
The girl with the best Squeal in TV!
- Mike Linford
Ex-Boss of Peugoet MotorSport. father of Lee Linford 1st Global Champion.
- Dave Mountain
The man behind Mountune.
- Mike Quaife
the man behind Quaife Engineering. Gearbox and transmission specialists
- Ray McDowell
1988 BTCC Sierra Cosworth driver and Father to Alex McDowell competing in the BTCC.
- Fulvio Mussi
Fulvio Mussi, teaches at The Racing School