Started as a project to improve are results after a poor season in 2014, finishing in Position 109.

Design process started in September 2014; the first process was to determine the exact design features of the chassis. The final decision came that it would be made of aluminium, to test this design we put together a wooden prototype this was proven a success so we decided to go ahead with the full chassis after the pieces were all cut up the guys at Millbrook put it all together we then fitted it with all the parts just in time for the first race at Rockingham were we gained our record mileage the project proved a success.

Over the season, bodywork developments and rolling resistance improvements meant that Reborne Racing made the national final for the second time.

The Team finished in Position 67 overall in 2015, which is a 42 place improvement.

A massive thank you to Redborne School, Sytner Mercedes in Bedford, Millbrook Proving Ground and Teng Tools in Flitwick.