What we do?
SOME SERVICES WE OFFER
Race Car Preperation – Track Support
Sand/Soda Blasting Parts/Shells
Appendix k historic mini specialists
Rolling road car development
Race Car Fabrication
Suspension setup & 4 wheel alignment – corner weights
Why Choose Owens ?
We are a small family run business who are passionate about anything motorsport. We are experts in race car fabrication and preparation. We manufacture a vast range of car parts including MSA-FIA roll cages, chassis and suspension components, We offer full car restoration, full car preparation and build services. Have a look around and see what we can offer.
Race Cars Built
Years In Business
Made In Wales
We are one of the most trusted race car preparation and fabrication firms in the UK. We are primarily a Mini specialist, but are able to work on any type of race car, and fabricate one-off custom components.
We can cover all fabrication projects, including space frame chassis and suspension design and development. We provide a full rolling road service for vehicle tuning and tweaking, as well as 4-wheeler laser alignment. We can fabricate parts using most materials, including aluminium. We also manufacture and fit MSA/FIA grade roll cages.
We know that you want to get back on the track as fast as possible, we work rapidly to make sure that you are. We will always give you an accurate estimate of how long the work will take, and stick to it.
Our team of engineers has over two decades of experience in fabricating custom race car parts. They can fabricate any part you need. We can handle custom work, and design custom parts using CAD.
Full Tuning Service
Using our rolling road, we can help to tune your vehicle to race winning levels. This includes engine tuning across the entire rev range, as well as balancing of suspension and brakes.
We aim to keep our prices as competitive as possible, so you keep coming back to us time and time again. We are happy to price match, and can provide you with a free quote for any work you need to be done.
What Our Clients Say?