Diego was bought from Alastair Kirkham at the end of 2015, Alastair won the championship in 2012 and 2013 after a long period of ownership. The car was also campaigned successfully by FIA and British GT racer Ryan Hooker in the early 2000’s. PDC`s own Pip Hammond dominated the 2017 season winning the championship and 15 races along the way in the car before handing over to Gavin Johnson for the 2018 campaign.
Taz was run as a hire car by Victoria Garage until 2012, before being sold to Guy and Linda Warren. Linda scored her first career podium in the car before switching to a Tony Mekwinski car for 2016. Taz was subsequently hired out to 2015 champion Adam Croft who won twice at Anglesey in a short 6-race campaign. Gavin Johnson drove the car to 2nd in the champinship in 2017 with a lap record and race win and 14 other podiums. 2018 sees the car in use with new drivers Ian Gribben & David Sheakey whilst Nova Champ Jason Wood considers ad hoc outings.
Poppy was built in 2004 by Ian Doughty, he came second in 2006 championship then sold it to Craig Robertson. He then sold it to Pip in 2008. Pip won the 2009 and 2011 championships before selling to Damien Cottrell. Damian went on to win the championship in 2012 and sold the car on to Mervyn Beckett for the 2013 season. Jason wood became the owner in late 2015. In 2017 Jason became the classic stock hatch novice champion in his first full season in the car
In 2007 John Hemming started building it to replace his car. He ran the car once but found it not to his liking so put everything back on his other shell. Pip bought it in 2013 raced first time in 2014 at Silverstone, scoring a podium on the car’s debut. It has won many races since in the capable hands of Pip Hammond. Esther Quaintmere made her debut in the car in 2017