Chassis No. 015 / 1979;
Engine Ford Cosworth DFV F1, V8 3000 cc, 500 Hp
Gearbox Hewland FGA 400 6-speed
Car completely overhauled in 2014. Monocoque chassis again bought time by Adriano Paramento. Exhaust manifolds titanium. Lightweight Lithium battery to
1.5 Kg. Sabelt Racing interior, with lightweight gas extinguisher 3.2 Kg and belts to read the Hans. Pump and radiator cooling of the gearbox /
Completely overhauled; ready to race
Last race Hill-Climb: Malegno Borno (Italy) 2017
HTP FIA 2016 (Two-Seater Racing Cars – Period IR)
FIA Structural Integrity Testing 2014; Certified tank 2014.
Certificate of origne March; FIA certificate of origin;
FIA Technical passport ’85 with the races from 1985 to 1997;
FIA Technical passport ’98 with the races from 1998 to 2000;
ATA carnet for racing abroad in 1995; Old Certified tank 1990. Photographic documentation of many races; Copies of various items of Autosprint; Photos of
the accident Ecce Homo ’88
Purchased new from Adriano Parlamento at the end of 1979; Parliament competed with this car many hill-climb races from 1979 to 2000;
For over two decades it occurred at the start with his faithful March Sport 79S, which was the same for 20 years; but by dint of repairs, upgrades and
modifications had become more like the original car!
In 1988 he had an accident in the race Ecce Homo which destroyed the front nose; to run in the race after he decided to mount a bonnet Osella, hood who
used from that point onwards.
With this two-seater has played several editions of the European Mountain Championship.
In 1993 there is no longer the class 3000 changed the engine by switching to BMW M12 / 7.
In 2000 he had an accident in which bent the frame, and acquired a new body to March; But he does not ever rebuilt the car but sold it again to reassemble.
In 2013 the 79S arrived in our workshop grieves dismantled since then, in order to begin the reconstruction.
Cited in the book "Luigi Moreschi – The cars, The races, The records" by Gianni Tomazzoni.