The MARCH brand originated from the partnership of Max MOSLLEY, Alan REES, Graham COAKER and Robin HERD. The latter was an engineer and had worked for LOLA and COSWORTH. With simple ideas, he designed a F1 chassis for the 1970 season. The concept constantly evolved to adapt to various regulations of countless categories by optimising the initial design but without changing the essence of it.
Through 1970, 71 and 72, MARCH was dedicated to single seaters, but to meet demand, the brand built chassis for sports cars in 73, 74 and 75, run on a 2 litre BMW engine.
Only 2 others were modified so as to adapt to a FORD COSWORTH 3 litre engine, one in 1974, the one that has been examined, and one in 1975.
In 1974, this MARCH 74 S chassis no 06 took part in 3 international races with great performances proving the excellence of its design.
After being restored and receiving the Historical Technical Passport in 2007 from the British motorsport federation, the car took part in events in 2009 and 2010, reserved for historic cars.