Historic Motorsport TV has released their latest film – The Beating Heart of Bristol Engines – an in-depth focus on Nottingham-based firm INRacing. The film marks the start of a new series focusing on the Best of British Engineering firms around Historic Motorsport.
The focus on INRacing covers the history of how the business started from Ian Nuthall, and how it gradually developed to become one of the world’s leading specialists in Bristol engines.
This fascinating insight explores the INRacing labyrinth of workshops and shows the remarkable breadth of in-house capability from this family-owned firm who now offer a complete one-stop-shop solution for classic restoration, race preparation, and engine building.
The film also looks at the business’ current restoration projects on the go and highlights discussions about their quest to save the world’s remaining Bristol engines, by remanufacturing almost every part. Historic Motorsport TV also looks at INRacing’s latest development work on building and testing an all-aluminum cylinder block for a Bristol engine.
Established in 1976, by Ian Nuthall, the business has grown organically, reinvesting into equipment such as 3-D printing and precision CNC machining which has enabled them to steadily expand their capability to remanufacture almost any classic part they require.
The added machine capability, coupled with experienced operators, bodywork, paint, and engine building specialists have morphed the business into a major player within the historic scene. This is all before one takes into account their racing success, and winning formulas for building, preparing, and running Historic race cars.
Specializing in Bristol engine cars, the business remanufactures 98% of original Bristol engine parts and supplies them worldwide via their online catalog.
For more details about INRacing visit: https://www.inracing.co.uk/
About Historic Motorsport TV
Historic Motorsport TV is a YouTube channel that launched in March 2021, filling the void of a post-pandemic historic motorsport industry. The channel launched with a series of interviews with all the major race organizers in response to a lack of opportunities for the organizers and competitors to get together at motor shows.
Since its creation, the channel has also launched shows in a series called Homemade – Built for Adventure and exclusively broadcast the live stream footage from the Donington Historic Festival in May. The current series titled Best of British Engineering is the latest release from the creators.
For more details about the team behind Historic Motorsport TV visit: https://historicmotorsport.tv