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Bob Ridgard was one of motor racing's innovators. A driver himself, racing MGs and even a Chevrolet Camaro, he moved to the UK from South Africa in the late - 60s and began developing seats for club racers. They were inextricably linked to the development of driver safety in motorsport through the decades. Bob sadly passed away, but now his business is in new hands and joining us at the Triumph and MG Weekend. We meet the new lady at the helm, Sam Browne - a pretty handy racing driver in her own right. This week look into a technical subject that will not only be of great interest to MGF owners, but also offers a fascinating insight into the story behind the Hydrolastic and Hydragas suspension systems developed by BL throughout the s. We talk to Ian, from Hydragas and Hydrolastic Service Ltd about how he invented a way to repair these suspension systems to ensure the cars equipped with this now historic technology can be repaired and kept on the road.
Today these Midgets are known by their type code and subsequent Midgets are essentially the Modern Midgets The variety of detail production changes and the differing pollution and safety requirements for the US market mean that there are 14 distinct versions, 4 different engines and a staggering list of specification changes. Healey was responsible for the car forwards of the doors and MG the rear.
Jump to navigation. It was based upon the successful Austin Healey Frog Eye Sprite but with significant body changes and similar Sprite versions continued alongside to This was the case as it suffered the most significant changes of any MG of the period.