2004 AHS Challenger Formula Vee
Following the dominant 2003 Championship victory in the Spyder FVee, Jeremy and the Team became restless and approached Alan Harding Services with a plan to develop the newly built AHS Challenger, which had faced a demanding first season in 2003, not finishing higher than 7th place.
Jeremy recognised a fresh attitude towards racing and development from Alan Harding and in late February 2004 a hastily built Challenger was tested by Jeremy ready for its first race in March.
Sadly the first race at Mallory Park ended prematurely with a broken throttle cable on lap 3, though the second place qualifying position signalled to all that this car could be a force to be reckoned with during the year.
At the third race of the season, at a damp Oulton Park, a special day, where Jez totally dominated the race eventually sealing victory with a winning margin of 11 seconds from a 2nd placed Mike Jenvey and the rest of the field.
Two more wins would follow and many podium positions, however the season became tougher when Mike Jenvey and his genius father Richard developed the Jenvey Vee into a race winning chassis and engine combination that was to remain unbeaten for another two seasons and today (2009) remains an incredibly quick car.
Disappointingly AHS were unable to compete with the development of the Jenvey Vee and GAC cars and at the end of the 2004 season Jez and AHS went their seperate ways after securing a strong third in the 2004 UK Formula Vee Championship.