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  • Tim Shaw (Car S.O.S) Custom Built Audi S2 Quattro Cobra Sport Exhaust

    Tim Shaw from Car S.O.S was back at Cobra Sport HQ this week having recently visited to film for an episode of the popular National Geographic & Channel 4 TV show.

    Tim brought his 1992 Audi S2 Quattro in for a full custom built Stainless Steel Cobra Sport Performance Exhaust. The new exhaust system was built directly to the car using 2.5” pipework directly from the turbo back creating the pitch perfect exhaust sound for which Cobra Sport Exhausts are famous for. The new exhaust system was finished with a set of twin 3” staggered highly polished tailpipes to maintain the standard manufacture look of the classic S2.


  • Ollie Jackson and Sam Smelt confirmed for 2018 BTCC season

    The AmDTuning.com with Cobra Exhausts BTCC team can today confirm that Ollie Jackson and Sam Smelt will race the teams Audi S3s in the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season.

    The team heads into the new campaign seeking to build on the impressive progress made throughout last year, when it picked up it’s best points haul in the series to date. Tamworth-based Ollie returns for a third successive season with the team on the back of a strong 2017 that saw him start a race from pole, lead a race for the first time and finish inside the top ten in the Independents’ championship standings.

    He will seek to build on those results to regularly push towards the top ten, with the 33-year-old aiming to make the most of improvements being made to the Audi over the winter to try and push for a maiden podium finish. Ollie will also look to challenge for honours in the revised Jack Sears Trophy, which is now open to drivers who go into 2018 having yet to take to the overall podium.

    New team-mate Sam meanwhile will be making his debut in the series this season as he makes a return to tin-top competition for 2018. The 21-year-old from Northampton ended last year racing in the BTCC-supporting British F4 series, having earlier competed in the Volkswagen Racing Cup. Having graduated from karting twelve months ago, this season will be Sam’s second year in car racing, with the youngster looking to gain as much experience as possible to make progress up the highly-competitive grid.

    Work is currently ongoing to prepare the two Audis for pre-season testing, which is scheduled to get underway in February ahead of the opening meeting of the season.

    Ollie Jackson, #48 Audi S3, said:


    “I’m delighted to be returning with the team for a third season with the Audi and am really excited about what 2018 holds. We made a lot of progress last year but I don’t feel the job is finished yet, and I’d like to think that we can continue to build on everything we learned in 2017.

    “The testing programme we have in place means we can do some proper pre-season running, and will allow us to be fully prepared for the start of the season at Brands. We’ll be able to hit the ground running and can then focus on maximising our performance on track.

    “Having regularly challenged for points last year, the aim for me is to push for top ten finishes from the outset and I certainly feel that a podium could be possible if things fall our way. Independents’ class wins and the Jack Sears Trophy are certainly realistic, and I feel we have a good chance of coming away from 2018 with some silverware.”

    Sam Smelt, #23 Audi S3, said:


    “I really enjoyed the chance to sample the Audi when I tested back in November and came away from the day having ticked all the boxes I felt I needed to tick. Given how well it went with the team, I saw a good chance to make the move up the BTCC and am delighted that we’ve been able to agree a deal.

    “I’m really excited about the fact that I’m going to be competing in the series this season, but I’m also aware that the step up is a big one in my second year of car racing. I think this will be a learning year for me, particularly in the first half of the season, and I’ll have to take it race-by-race and see how I get on. I’m expecting it to be tough at the start, but I’d like to think that as the year goes on, I’ll be able to start pushing for points finishes and fighting my way further up the field.”

    Shaun Hollamby, team principal, said:


    “We’re pleased to confirm Ollie and Sam as our drivers for 2018, and are confident that both can enjoy a successful year on track. “In Ollie’s case, he has taken huge strides forwards since he rejoined us back in 2016, particularly last year which was arguably his strongest season in the BTCC. Our hope for 2018 is to see him regularly challenge towards the top ten and push for the Jack Sears Trophy title

    “Sam faces a steep learning curve as a rookie driver, but he did a solid job when he tested the car in tricky conditions back in November. He is a youngster with a lot of potential, and there is no reason why he can’t look to challenge for points as the season goes on.

  • Win a BTCC passenger ride at the VAG Tuner Live show!


    Huge congratulations go to Mike Hopkins who won the first prize of a passenger ride with Ollie Jackson in the AmDTuning with Cobra Exhausts Audi S3 British Touring Car around the stunning Donington Park circuit. Our competition winner Mike took to the track as a passenger with Ollie as part of our charity event during our attendance at the VAG Tuner Live show last weekend.

    Ollie Jackson - Donington Park BTCC 2017Throughout 2017 Cobra Sport is taking part in the Mistress Cutlers’ Challenge raising money for The Sheffield Children’s Hospital and The Cavendish Centre for Cancer Care.

    We’re pleased to offer a fantastic prize for any British Touring Car racing fan, a unique chance to experience a passenger ride in a current British Touring Car around the Donington Park national circuit at the VAG Tuner Live show (Sunday 16th July).

    To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic price we are selling raffle tickets to be drawn at random in a prize draw on the morning on Thursday 13th July 2017. Sales of tickets will finish at 9am on Thursday 13th July.

    The cost of entry is £5 per ticket and you may enter multiple times for example a £20 donation will be classed as four entries.

    First Prize:

    • Passenger ride around Cobra Exhausts the Donington Park circuit in one of the 2017 AmDTuning with Audi S3s with Croft pole sitter Ollie Jackson
    • 2 x Entry tickets to the VAG Tuner LIVE show at Donington Park on Sunday 16th July 2017
    • AmDTuning with Cobra Exhausts Merchandise Pack

    2 x Runners Up:


    All money raised from the raffle will go directly to the Mistress Cutlers’ Challenge. Once entered via PayPal, please also send an email to nick@cobrasport.com with your contact details to make sure we are able to contact you. Donations will be confirmed via email once received.

  • Mistress Cutlers' Challenge - Sponsored BTCC Passenger Ride

    Cobra Sport are raising money this year for the 2017 Mistress Cutlers’ Challenge.

    Since 2008, Sheffield folk have raised over £1 million for worthy causes through the Cutler's £50 Challenge. This year the Mistress Cutler is taking charge to raise money for The Children's Hospital Charity and The Cavendish Centre for Cancer Care.

    Help us to raise more than ever, to help support children and families through difficult times.

    Ollie Jackson BTCC Cobra Exhausts Pole PositionFor the latest challenge, Cobra Sport Managing Director Rachel Jarvis will be taken as a passenger around Donington Circuit by professional BTCC racing driver Ollie Jackson in the AmDTuning with Cobra Exhaust Audi S3 2017 British Touring Car at the upcoming VAG Tuner LIVE show.

    Ollie says he is looking forward to it ... Rachel is not!


    A huge thank you to everybody who supported this cause - the in car footage can be viewed on our >> VAG Tuner Live blog >>

  • Fueltopia / Formula G Championship - June update

    At the midpoint of the 2017 Fueltopia Barrel Sprint and Formula G championships, the Cobra Sport sponsored Subaru Impreza driven by Jonathan Buck sits just behind the leaders in the ultra competitive championship. After turbo damage in the first round, Jonathan has been picking up big points throughout the subsequent rounds catching up with the leaders with three events remaining. The Scooby Clinic Racing Subaru Impreza is fitted with a full Cobra Sport turbo back performance exhaust system which was installed earlier this year as part of the race modifications in preparation for this season's events.

    Fueltopia Formula G Championship - Jonathan Buck

    Reflecting on an eventful championship so far, Jonathan remains positive for the of the season along with his chances of making it to the Gymkhana Grid World Finals in South Africa later this year.

    "After catastrophic turbo failure at the first round of Fueltopia barrel sprint meaning missing Round of Formula G also it seemed it 2017 was  going to be an uphill struggle to do well in both championships, however making changes to the turbo set up made the Car perform even better and results so far have been great meaning I'm currently sitting 3rd in both championships, with news of Gymkhana Grid world finals in November now confirmed to be held at Carnival city, South Africa, as well as pushing to win FBS & FG championships a lot of focus will go to making sure I qualify for Grid, but with some top competition I will have to be on my A game to secure one of the spots"

    The next events are held at the Rockingham Raceway over the weekend of the 29th and 30th July. Over the weekend, Rockingham will host round 3 of the Fueltopia Barrel Sprint and round 4 of the Formula G championship.

    The car also appeared in the display area at the Coventry Motofest earlier this month where the Formula G entrants put on a display for fans as part of the live action drift show.

  • Video Competition - Win £250 voucher + Free T-shirt & Merchandise!


    The winner will be announced at the end of July. First prize was a £250 Cobra Sport gift voucher and merchandise pack. A big thank you to everybody who entered the exterior video competition, we had a number of excellent entries. We're always keen to see videos of exhausts. If you have a clip which you think may be of interest to us please send over the link to nick@cobrasport.com or tag us into your social media posting using the hashtag #CobraSport



    Receive a FREE Cobra Sport T-shirt and Merchandise Pack!

    Cobra Sport are inviting you to upload video clips of your Cobra Sport Exhausts to YouTube. We are looking for exterior and interior videos which show off the sound aesthetics of our performance exhausts.

    All video submissions that are used on our website will receive a Cobra Sport t-shirt and merchandise pack which includes air freshener, lanyard and vinyl graphics. In addition, the top clip submitted will be selected to receive a further £250 Cobra Sport voucher!

    Once your video is uploaded, please let us know by sending an email to nick@cobrasport.com with the title "Cobra Sport Video Upload”. Within in the email please include a link to your video, along with your postal address and t-shirt size.

    To be in the running for the top prize and for Cobra Sport to use your video, your videos should:

    - A clean Cobra Sport exhaust / tailpipes.
    - The YouTube video title should have the words “Cobra Sport Exhaust”. (e.g. Ford Focus ST225 Cobra Sport Exhaust).
    - Full details of the type and configuration of exhaust used in the video to be placed in the video description.
    - Please, Nothing that looks unsafe or illegal.


    Cobra Sport Gift PackVideos are best shot in a naturally well-lit locations away from built up areas. Please obey the rules of the road and do not show anything which may be deemed dangerous. To view examples of the sound clips we produce for our development cars please check out our YouTube channel.


    The closing date for upload entries is Friday 30th June 2017, we will then pick out and judge the videos uploaded.

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