“This action has further implications not just for Mosler. This means that other small car manufacturers now have the ability to Nationally homologate their cars with the RACB, or other MSA acceptable ASN's, and race head to head and equally against the 'Grand Marques' in the British GT. I believe that this is very important. Rollcentre Racing entered British GT in 2000 with a TVR that we built ourselves, and laid the foundations for TVR's eventual entry into the Le Mans 24 Hours. We subsequently entered Le Mans 24 Hours five times, as a direct result of our apprenticeship in British GT.
“In my opinion, small manufacturers should be able to be allowed to race against the controlling powers of the 'Grand Marques'. At the moment, the FIA requirement for 300 cars to be made per year is what keeps Mosler and many other marques out of full FIA GT3 status. If this had been applied to racing 50 years ago, Ferrari and Aston Martin may not be where they are now."
“It is a shame that it has taken until this time to get the problem sorted, as we have not been able to retain the services of the British GT find of last year, Dan Brown, but he has found himself a good seat for 2010, and we look forward to competing against him, and wish him all the very best for a successful season.”