Aided by top racing and high-performance TR specialists, his own experiences and those of other amateur restorers, the author explains in some detail how to increase the performance and handling of the four-cylinder TR sports cars for fast road, track days or more serious motorsport. Roger Williams has written several books in this best-selling SpeedPro series.
About the Author
Roger Williams was born in 1940. Aircraft were his first love, and he joined the de Havilland Aircraft Company after leaving school, but quickly added motor cars to his list of prime interests. He completed his apprenticeship and studies, and built two Ford-based 'specials' before family and career interests took pride of place. However in 1986 he started his own consultancy business, which allowed him to restore numerous MGBs, a Triumph TR6 and a Triumph Stag. An acknowledged expert in his field, he has written several books covering both Triumph and MGB models, including titles for Veloce’s SpeedPro series, Enthusiast’s Restoration Manual series, and The Essential Buyer’s Guides.
What People are Saying About This
"This volume is divided into 17 chapters dealing with all aspects of the cars. It is very well illustrated with mostly color photographs and the author goes into great detail ..." – Club Torque
"The new edition of How to improve TR2-4A is a great book and destined to be on all TR2-4A owner's shelves." – TR Action
"Concentrating solely on four-cylinder TRs, this is as comprehensive a tuning manual as you're ever likely to find." – Octane
TR Register New Zealand
"I would recommend it to anyone who is interested, not only in modifying their TR, but in understanding just what possibilities exist and where there may be opportunities to make small improvements when they come to replace worn out components.