Chris Isaacs Race Cars was formed in 1995 as an innovative, high-quality race car chassis shop, specialising initially in drag racing and offering individually tailored fabrication solutions for all areas of this sport. Later, CIRC's quality design and workmanship attracted the attention of a growing number of circuit racers, and we began to expand into fabrication and development in this area of motorsport too. As a company which exerts tight quality control over its products, you are assured of personal attention and the best available standards of workmanship at all times. CIRC cars and customers have won dozens of events, and several track and National Championships.
In addition to being a full-time chassis builder since 1989, Chris has served on the Santa Pod Racers Club Executive Committee since 1994, and has been part of the UK Drag Race Technical Committee since its inception in 1997. Since 1990 he has competed in Super ET, Modified ET, Outlaw Anglia, Sportsman ET, Pro ET, Super Pro ET, Super Street, Super Gas, Super Comp, Comp Eliminator and Pro Modified, in a variety of his own and customer cars, as well as circuit racing in the 750 Motor Club's 750 Formula and the CSCC Special Saloon & Modsports series.
The son of Ray Guy of Outlaw Anglia fame, Jedd has been a full-time employee of CIRC since late 2009. A fully qualified TIG welder, he back-half framed and four-linked his own 100E (now his daily driver) at age 16, and his current spare-time home project is a new Outlaw Anglia drag racer which debuted in 2015, and which is probably the most technically advanced entry in the class.
Ant works for CIRC on a part-time basis whilst still at college studying for his Motorsports Engineering degree. Starting out with bikes, he had two of his projects featured in 'Back Street Heroes' by the age of 15, and is currently constructing a 105E Anglia track-day car.