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Currently, Elfin is owned by the estate of British racing driver Tom Walkinshaw. There is a heritage centre dedicated to Elfin Sports Cars in Melbourne.When did Elfin Sports Cars Go on hiatus?
Elfin vehicle production was officially in hiatus by March 2012, with ongoing enquiries at that time to be directed to the related Walkinshaw Performance business. The original company produced 248 racing and sports racing cars in 27 different models over a 25-year period. Formula Junior racing car & small capacity racing car.How many Australian Sports Car championships has elfin won?
Elfin drivers have won 29 championships and major titles including two Australian Drivers' Championships ( 1973, 1975 ), four Australian Sports Car Championships ( 1970, 1973, 1974, 1975 ), three Australian Tourist Trophies (1966, 1976, 1978), and four Australian Formula Ford Series (1970, 1971, 1974, 1982).What kind of sports car is the Elfin Streamliner?
A modern evolution to the sports car world. The new generation MS8 Clubman is a purebred sports machine designed to thrill. A classic, hand crafted weekend escape vehicle, the Elfin Streamliner is the ultimate touring sports car.