Former Brabham Formula 1 designer Ron Tauranac started the Ralt company in the late 1970s to build production racing cars for Formula 2 & 3. They dominated F3 in particular throughout the 1980s and the cars then had a second life in hillclimbing. These relatively simple aluminium monocoque cars have been seen in several classes on the hills over the years, probably the most successful of which is Devonian Tony Wiltshire’s self-developed RT34 with which he scored 2nd place overall in the British Sprint Championship and a Gurston Top Ten Challenge title.

Ralt Peugeot Hill Climb

Tony Wiltshire, Ralt Peugeot RT34, Dunkeswell Sprint Course