Austin 7 Ulster
This example is one of the few surviving original supercharged Austin Seven “Ulsters” and was raced at Brooklands by V L Seyd in 1931.
In “works” form, these pointed tail two-seaters did well in competitions in the years around 1930, both in the Tourist Trophy in Northern Ireland and in events at the Brooklands Track. Austin Seven Sports model gained the name “Ulster” from its success in the Tourist Trophy races on the Ards circuit in Ulster. In supercharged form, it cost £225 and in un-supercharged form £185.
- ENGINE: 747 cc
- TOP SPEED: 83.41 mph
- MANUFACTURER: Austin
- MODEL: Ulster
Races & Record
1930, 500-Miles Race at Brooklands by Earl of March and S.C.H ‘Sammy’ Davis