Success at this endeavour led the company to design a new sports racer, the Lister Storm.
See also the 125 S, a sports racer sharing the same engine The 125 F1 was Ferrari's first Formula One car.
Also in New Zealand during this period, Ferris de Joux was constructing a variety of sports racers.
The first four-cylinder closed-wheel sports racer from Ferrari was the 625 TF of 1953.
The sports racer was allowed in the IMSA Lites L3 class for the 2007 season.
Radical's PR6 is a fast, nimble, high-performance single-seat sports racer with styling reflecting its Prosport 1300 roots.
Primarily designed for the track, its styling was influenced by sports racers like the Jaguar D type.
More recent machinery includes the 33 TT 12 open sports racer that gave Alfa Romeo the 1975 World Manufacturer's title.
Ferrari launched a large range of sports racers over the next three years.
Thundersports - a British series of the 1980s in which pretty much any kind of sports racer or GT was eligible.