The Crosslé 50F and 51F
The Crosslé 50F
The 1982 Formula Ford 1600. Thirty five built. A Tactical new design featuring inboard suspension and a radiator situated behind the drivers seat. This slimline car, although revolutionary in appearance had some teething problems. A change of dampers brought about a marked improvement in handling, although under some conditions over heating was another problem. Raced by Peter McAleer, Fenton Parsons, Eddie Irvine, and used extensively by Skip Barber.
The Crosslé 51F
2000 version of the 50F. It featured a large one-piece front wing situated
on top of the nose cone.