Sports Cars

Sports Cars

From the 50’s, through Group C & on to WEC. D-types, SLR’s, 956/962 to Hybrids from Porsche & Audi.

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FLYING FINN AND FIERY MEXICAN - Kinnunen and Rodriguez won the 1970 BOAC 1000 km race at Brands Hatch, in Gulf Oils colours.
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FRAZER NASH - A super image of a Frazer Nash in the Goodwood pits, with the Downs forming the backdrop.
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SIMPLE LINES - A beautiful streamlined Ferrari entered by Scuderia Los Amigos and driven by Schell and Lucas.
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'GENTLEMAN JACK' - Sears was a lovely Gentleman and a serious competitor. Here he takes the Lister-Bristol out of the Goodwood pits.
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LOTUS MARK X - A bare Lotus Mark X is disgorged from the transporter, as driven by Peter Scott-Russell in 1955.
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CATS IN LINE - The C-types of Moss (race winner), Walker and Rolt sit on the pit apron before the start of the International Trophy.
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MAJESTIC MOSS - Moss won the Daily Express International Trophy at Silverstone in May 1952 in the beautiful C-type.
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GOLD LEAF TEAM LOTUS - Miles and Muir finished a distant thirteenth overall, but first in class, at Brands Hatch in 1969.
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THIRD PLACE FINISHERS - Mitter and Schutz finished on the bottom step of the podium, behind two other Porsche 908/02's.
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FOURTH FOR FERRARI - Amon and Rodriguez finished fourth, after a clean sweep by Porsche.
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ROUNDING DRUIDS - Chris Amon sweeps around Druids during the 1969 BOAC International 500 at Brands Hatch.
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RUNNER-UP AT BRANDS HATCH - Brits Elford and Attwood finished second to team mates Siffert and Redman.
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EXITING DRUIDS - Kiwi Amon drops down the hill from Druids in what proved to be a clean sweep for Porsche.
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BOAC WINNERS - Siffert and Redman won the prestigious BOAC International 500 at Brands Hatch in 1969.
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UNDER THE DUNLOP BRIDGE - A curvaceous 907 takes a wide line in to Druids, with a pesky little Abarth peering from behind.
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GULF OILS COLOURS - Entered by J. W. Automotive Engineering Ltd, Ickx and Oliver did not finish in their Mirage M2/300.
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PORSCHE SYSTEM ENGINEERING LTD - The fourth Porsche entered by the 'works' team finished sixth.
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UNDER THE COVERS - Atrocious conditions before the start of the 1000 Kilometre race at Brands Hatch in 1970.
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FORGHIERI INSPECTS HIS CARS - Mauro Forghieri (hood and spectacles) inspects his front row Ferrari's before the start of the race.
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GRAHAM HILL BEND - Bell and Siffert finished third at Brands Hatch in the BOAC 1000 Kilometres in 1971.
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COMPACT ALFA - Stommelen and Hezemans finished last of the classified cars in a race won by their team mates, de Adamich and Pescarolo.
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MURKY CONDITIONS - Rodriguez and Oliver did not finish the BOAC 1000 Kilometres at Brands Hatch in 1971 due to fuel system issues.
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STARTED ON THE FRONT ROW - Conditions didn't suit the Spyder of Ickx and Oliver, as they finished a distant eighth.
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PORSCHE 718 RSK - The Porsche looks as though it has been driven quickly at Le Mans in 1959, but it failed to finish.
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GINTHER SPRINTS - Richie Ginther approaches his 250 TR 59/60 Fantuzzi Spyder that he shared with von Trips in 1960 at Buenos Aires.
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CLASSIC LINE-UP - A Gordini, followed by two Ecurie Ecosse C-types and a lone Austin Healey at Goodwood in 1953.
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LUCAS SITS PATIENTLY - Lucas, who shared with Schell, waits to leave the pits with two C-types behind.
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LIGHT BLUE FRENCH BEAUTY - The cute Gordini with Schell, who shared with Lucas, sitting in the Goodwood pits in 1953 for the Nine Hour race.
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INTERSERIE - 'The Flying Finn', Leo Kinnunen sits deep in to his Porsche 917/10 before the start at Silverstone in 1972.
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TURBO POWER - The Martini Racing Team Porsche Carrera RSR Turbo of Muller and van Lennep finished fifth at Brands Hatch.
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ALL FRENCH TEAM - Larrousse and co-driver Pescarolo finished second at the British Airways 1000 Kilometres of 1974.
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COLLINS AND HILL - Team mates Collins and Hill chat near their Ferrari 250 TR 58 before the start of the Targa Florio.
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SECONDS FROM AN INFERNO - Moss and team manager Parnell oversee Salvadori, shortly before the car was engulfed in flames.
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BROOKS JUMPS IN - Brooks gets ready to take over the Ferrari as Behra (chequer helmet) checks the rear.
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MARTINI STRIPES - A hurtling Porsche 917K with Martini stripes and day glow yellow flashes suffered throttle linkage problems.
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DEBUT OF THE FABLED 'BIRDCAGE' - Moss set Pole, Fastest Lap and Won on the debut of the Maserati Tipo 60, known affectionately as the 'Birdcage'.
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ENTERING THE KARUSSELL - Bell guides the slippery 956 into the horseshoe shaped Karussell on the legendary Nordscleife.
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ROUNDING LA SOURCE - Bell takes the famous La Source hairpin at Spa-Francorchamps on his way to victory with Stefan Bellof.
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THE FIRST FIVE - Bianchi and Berger won the 1964 TdF ahead of a sister GTO and the third, fourth and fifth placed Porsche's.
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NORTH AMERICAN RACING TEAM - An all action photograph of the N.A.R.T. entered 512 S Spyder which finished second at Daytona in 1971.
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A SUPER IMAGE OF THE TARGA FLORIO - Bandini exits a tight corner during the 1966 Targa Florio in the 330 P3 Spyder that he shared with Vaccarella.
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FLYING ALONG THE PUBLIC ROADS - Kinnunen and Rodriguez finished second to J. W. Automotive Engineering Ltd team mates Siffert and Redman.
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VICTORY AT THE FIFTY-FIFTH TARGA FLORIO - Vaccarella and Hezemans won the 1971 Targa Florio in their super Alfa Romeo T33/3. Epic!
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WHAT A GROUP OF CARS - Cevert, partnered by Beltoise, in the MS670B leads Ferrari 312 PB's and Alfa Romeo T33/TT/12's. Ickx and Redman won.
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FLAT OUT IN EAU ROUGE - Siffert on 'full chat' speeds through the fearsome and legendary Eau Rouge, on his way to victory with Brain Redman.
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SALVADORI LOOKS ACROSS - Roy looks over at Parkes in his 330 P before the start of the GP supporting race at Silverstone in 1963.
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SOCIETE AUTOMOBILES ALPINE - This little French blue A210 did not finish the 1000 km race at the Monza speed bowl in 1967.
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BASF CASSETTEN TEAM GS SPORT - A fabulous colour scheme featuring BASF cassettes and as driven by German's Stuck and Heyer in the 1982 Pace 6 Hours.
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ALAN MANN RACING COLOURS - A beautiful looking sportscar that failed to trouble the lap chart keepers at the 1968 1000 kms race in Germany.
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CLASSIC CLARK - Clark drifts the gorgeous 'Zagato' around the fast sweepers at Goodwood, with the 'Downs' forming a back drop.
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BENTLEY BOYS - Brits, Brundle and Smith, together with Frenchman Ortelli failed to finish the Vingt Quatre Heures du Mans of 2001.
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THIRD IN THE 1000 KMS - A good looking paint scheme with minimal sponsorship finished third at the 1000 kms race in 1988.
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FAST BLUR - The winning Sauber-Mercedes C9/88 of Baldi and Johansson won the 1988 1000 km race at Spa-Francorchamps in 1988.
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ANGRY SKIES - Schlesser, with co-driver Mass, finished on the bottom step of the podium at Spa-Francorchamps in 1988.
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TRIUMPH IN BELGIUM - Italain Baldi and Swede Johansson won the 1000 km race at Spa-Francorchamps in 1988 and are seen here rounding La Source.
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ROUNDING THE KARUSSELL - A gorgeous silver 250 GTO takes the low concrete bank of the Karussell at the Nurburgring in 1963.
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RUNNERS-UP - Noblet in the Pierre Noblet entered 250 GTO that he shared with Guichet finished a creditable second at the 1000 km race in 1963.
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BELL AWAITS THE REFUEL - Derek Bell waits his turn behind the wheel. He shared with Jo Siffert, but failed to finish the 1971 24 Hours at Daytona.
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ENTERING DRUIDS - Tiff Needell, partnered with Derek Bell failed to finish the Brands Hatch Trophy in 1989.
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PRANCING HORSES - A wonderful line-up of Ferrari's featuring 250 TR 59's including a Fantuzzi Spyder and a Dino 196 S.
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CHITI LOOKS ON - Chiti looks down in to the cockpit of the Brooks and Gurney 250 TR 59, with John Bolster in the deer stalker.
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WHEEL CHANGE - A Ferrari mechanic swaps Borrani's of the third place Ferrari of Gendebien, Hill, Allison and Brooks.
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'REGGA' IN THE TEEMING RAIN - Regazzoni won the 1000 km race at Monza in the screeming 312 PB with team mate Jacky Ickx in 1972.
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SPORTSCAR SPECIALIST - John Nielsen was an excellent sportscar driver who drove the Silk Cut Jaguar's and won Le Mans in 1990.
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GREAT LOOKING SPORTSCAR - The 962 C was a curvaceous shape and made for an iconic silhouette. This one finished ninth at Brands Hatch in 1989.
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CLASSIC REPSOL PAINT SCHEME - Entered by team owner Walter Brun and driven also by Pareja, the Spaniard responsible for Repsol sponsorship.
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PRIMAGAZ SPONSORSHIP - Classic sponsorship featured on this 962 C, which was an ever present in the late eighties and featured at Le Mans.
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SIXTH IN SPAIN - 1988 Le Mans winner Andy Wallace shared this 'Cat' with 1990 winner, John Nielsen, at Jarama in 1989.
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ONE LAP DOWN IN SECOND - Lammers, partnered with Tambay, finished second to Schlesser and Mass in their Sauber-Mercedes.
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FIFTH PLACED FINISHERS - Allison and Gurney qualified in third position with a time of just over nine minutes and forty seconds.
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WINNING SPYDER - World Champions Ascari and Farina won the 1953 1000 km race at the fabled Nurburgring in their 375 MM Vignale Spyder.