The Pete Brock designed Triumph
TR250K at Sebring - 1968
L to R: Bob Avery, Bob Tullius (driver), Jim Coan, Jim Dittemore (driver), and Kas Kastner.
In the background can be seen the then President of Triumph in the USA, Christopher Andrews
The 250K was aluminium-bodied with an electronically adjustable rear wing. The car used Triumph mechanicals, and was built for Kaz Kastener's team of factory backed Triumphs. It used side-draft Webers as throttle bodies for mechanical fuel injection on the 2.5 Triumph straight 6. The car led Sebring for three hours before the clutch broke.
Car and Driver - April
Titled "TR-250K - Salvation of an Empire"
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