|Roadrunner Racing Limited|
|Seat||Brough, East Riding of Yorkshire|
|management||Michael Longstaff, Nick Wallis|
Kevin Hickling founded on 19 October 2007, the company in Rotherham in the county of South Yorkshire .  Debra Linda Hickling-Smith was also active in the company. They started making automobiles and kits . The brand name is Roadrunner . On January 12, 2010 they were replaced by the new director Stephen Holland. He resigned from his post on December 19, 2010 to Michael Longstaff. Nick Wallis and Philip Lewis Clark became additional directors on January 1, 2011. On June 28, 2011, the company moved to Brough , East Riding of Yorkshire . Clark resigned from his post on October 18, 2012.
A total of about 36 copies have been made so far. 
The first model was the Sprint in the versions R and SR-1 . This model was adopted by MK Sportscars in 2007 . It was an open, single-seat formula racing car, but street legal. A motorcycle engine from the Yamaha R 1 propelled the vehicles. This model had about 20 buyers by 2009. 
The company itself also mentions the LM 1 , a racing sports car that is only available as a finished vehicle.
- Steve Hole: A–Z of Kit Cars. The definitive encyclopaedia of the UK’s kit-car industry since 1949. Haynes Publishing, Sparkford 2012, ISBN 978-1-84425-677-8, S. 237 and 238 (English).
- Company website (accessed September 1, 2015)