|1965 – Bamford (Crashed by Peter Sadler)|
|1965 – Bamford (replacement car)|
According to the article article “Will 1965 be the Year? The Development History of the Biggest Lotus”, Motor, 10 Jun. 1965, two Series 2 Lotus 30 were delivered to Bamford.
J.C. Bamford is a company that makes excavation equipment, located in Rocester, Staffordshire, UK. JCB started a racing team in the mid-1960s that was “engaged on (a) full series of sports car races.” They initially focused on competing in the UK but “envisaged” racing on the Continent.  Autosport, 25 Jun 1965, p. 1027.
30/S2/4 was crashed by Peter Sadler.
The present whereabouts of the replacement car is unknown.
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|⇧1||Autosport, 25 Jun 1965, p. 1027.|