The regal-sounding Baron Nick Shrigley-Feigl has built a two-seater F5000 car based on the Lola T192. Some 6000 man hours and a large amount of cash went into producing an impressive 6.4 Chevy-powered machine which complies with FIA safety regulations. Capable of speeds of 185 mph, the car was built for demonstrations, corporate and track days, and promotional use. It has already been invited to some exotic Grand Prix locations to give VIPs an exciting racing experience. Lola founder Eric Broadley was seen inspecting the car at the Racing Car Show in the U.K. in January. Contact email@example.com for information.