Tula is proud to be starting its own race team, Tula Racing.
We offer race preparation, support, co-ordination, development and restoration. Tula Precision has the reputation of providing only the highest standard of work, it is time we bring this standard to the paddock.
Tommy Waterfield is our Race Director of Tula Racing, and will be heading up this new division of the company. Tommy is a trained engineer, graduating from University of Bath in Mechanical engineering specialising in Automotive engineering. Tommy has spent the last 9 seasons racing and running a variety of vintage and historic racing cars. He started racing in 2014 in an Austin 7 special and has since raced and looked after a wide array of cars from ex Works Cooper T41 raced by Roy Salvadori, that changed the world of Grand Prix cars, to a 2009 BMW E90 M3 GT4 car. He is truly passionate about racing and whilst he has much experience already, he knows there is a lot to learn, and is ready to work hard to ensure Tula Racing is nothing but successful.
Charles started his passion for racing at 9 years old when he began karting alongside David Coulthard, and since then it has only grown. Charles is a well known face around the paddock, with 30 years experience in historic racing, having spent 20 years running and racing Nick Mason’s Ten Tenths collection, where he ended up running the operation before stepping aside to concentrate on Tula. He has run everything from 1901 Panhard Levassor, through BRM V16, Ferrari 250 GTO, Ferrari BBLM, to the March 86C (Adrian Newey’s first racing car).
This season we will be racing Charles’ Hertz liveried Group 1 Ford Capri touring car in the HRDC Gerry Marshall series. Having started the season strong, with P9 in a very competitive Gordon Spice trophy at Goodwood’s 80th Members’ Meeting, followed by P4 in the first HRDC meeting at Donington, we intend to continue in this vein, and show what we are about, both on and off the track.
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