A very short lived constructor, Huron Auto Race Developments was formed towards the end of 1970 and by summer 1971 it had almost fallen apart. The three principals of the company were Jack Smith, a Canadian, Jo Marquart and Roy Ireland and as was standard practice at the time a F2/F3/F Atlantic was announced in March 1971 with F Ford and Sports Cars to follow. Before anything of significance had happened the company began to disintegrate as a consequence of personnel reshuffles. There was some talk of Hawke taking over the company or its assets but nothing happened and Jo Marquart left to join the just formed GRD. The company did continue into 1972 with a sports car and the F3 car did do one race at the end of the year but that was it for Huron.