Marques

Marques

Classic racing marques that shaped the history of racing from Ferrari, Lotus, Porsche, GTO, 72, GT3. From AMG to Zagato.

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SCUDERIA FERRARI - Mechanics busy themselves by fittings 'race' plugs before the start of a race.
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FERRARI 312/69 - Final adjustments before the start of the 1969 British GP at Silverstone.
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CONNAUGHT - LEA FRANCIS - Bill Holt descends in to the cockpit of the curvaceous Connaught - Lea Francis in the Goodwood paddock.
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BRABHAM - The bi-winged Brabham BT26A poses on the Silverstone tarmac. 'Black Jack' won the BRDC Daily Express International Trophy.
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FERRARI 250 LM - For me personally, the most beautiful car in the World. Svelte, but muscular.
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BRM V16 MK1 - A super line-up of BRM's featuring Parnell, Gonzalez & Wharton. The 'Pampas Bull' won.
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ALFA ROMEO - The beautiful '159' of World Champion Farina in the paddock before the IV Goodwood Trophy - a race he won.
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ALFA ROMEO - Crowds gather around the '159' of World Champion Giuseppe Farina in the paddock before the IV Goodwood Trophy.
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ERA - A lovely image of an ERA having been disgorged from its transporter at Goodwood.
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MASERATI - a super line-up of 250F's as driven by Fangio, Schell, Behra, Scarlatti, Godia & Piotti.
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EARLS COURT MOTOR SHOW - The Astom Martin stand at the Earl's Court Motor Show of 1953.
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MASERATI 250F - Stirling Moss harries along the harbour during his victorious Monaco GP. He was followed by car sharing Collins and Fangio.
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SHARKNOSE - Mexican Rodriguez finished second around the streets of Pau in southern France during the 1962 non-Championship race.
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MCLAREN - A great image of the thinking man, Bruce McLaren in his own M7C during the BRDC International Trophy.
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FERRARI SPAGHETTI - A super portrait of 'Big John' with the molten white pipes of the 312 forming 'spaghetti' behind. Classic!
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FERRARI 312T4 - Villeneuve won around the twisty quay side circuit of Long Beach on April 1979, with team mate Scheckter second.
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MASERATI - The 250F and 'The Maestro' - a classic combination as photographed by John Ross at Aintree in 1957.
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SCUDERIA FERRARI - Wolfgang Alexander Albert Eduard Maximilian Reichsgraf Berghe von Trips sits in his Ferrari 246 before the 1958 British GP.
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JAGUAR - Entered in the Briggs S. Cunningham colours, the E-type Lightweight sits proudly in the pits before the start of the 1963 Le Mans.
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MGB - The 'Hardtop' version of the MGB finished twelfth and last of the classified finishers at the 1963 Vingt Quatre Heures du Mans.
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ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA SZ - Entered by Scuderia Filipinetti, the gorgeous SZ failed to trouble the time keepers at Le Mans in 1963.
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PORSCHE - The class winning 356B (34) of Barth & Herrmann nestled behind the sister car (35) of Buchet & Schiller.
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MASERATI 250F - Fangio's gleaming 250F sits proudly in the foreground, flanked by similar cars for Scarlatti & Godia.