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Chevron B19 #56 II

1971 Chevron B19 (Portugal)
Drivers: Joao Paulo Campos Costa e Alexandre Beirao

Chevron B8 #32

Estoril Classic 2020; 1969 Chevron B8.
Drivers: Henrique Gemperle, Marc de Siebenthel

Chevron B19 #56 II

1971 Chevron B19 (Portugal)
Drivers: Joao Paulo Campos Costa e Alexandre Beirao

Chevron B16 #95

Estoril Classic 2020; 1969 Chevron B16.
Drivers; Christophe VAN RIET / Caroline GRIFNEE

Ford GT 40 #69 (#269)

Estoril Classic 2020; 1968 Ford GT 40.
Driver: MR JOHN OF B

Porsche 962C #82

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Jaguar XJR 10 #61 I

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Spice SE89C #104

Estoril Classic 2020, 1989 Spice SE89C.
Drivers: Peter FISCHER and Benjamin MONNAY.
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Ford Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland DCB 5 speed Manual gearbox. This particular car has the chassis number 2.

Spice SE92 #10

Estoril Classic 2020, 1992 Spice SE92 V8 Chevrolet.
Drivers: Michiel CAMPAGNE and Allard KALF
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering, With a Katech/Chevrolet V8 6.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland 5 speed manual gearbox. This is the very last complete car built by Spice Engineering. Due for the IMSA GTP championship, it featured a slightly narrower windshield and a two-tier rear wing to improve aerodynamic efficiency and increase downforce.

Porsche 962C #82 II

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Jaguar XJR 10 #61 II

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

ADA 02B #105

Estoril Classic 2020, 1987 ADA 02B Cosworth
Driven by: John Sheldon (GB)/Jerry Mahony (GB)/Ian Harrower (GB) at Le Mans 24 Hours. Built by ADA Engineering, has a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 4V DOHC 3.3L engine. Did not finish the race due to a suspension problem.

Olmas GLT 200 #181

Estoril Classic 2020, 1988 Olmas GLT 200 Cosworth.
Drivers: Bertrand ROUCHAUD and Elie ROUCHAUD.
A unique chassis (001) entered in only three races has group C. It was later modified for use as a hill climb car and raced by Kabibo. In the original configuration it was a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 3.2L4V DOCH engine with a Hewland DGB 5 speed manual gearbox.

Spice SE92 #10

Estoril Classic 2020, 1992 Spice SE92 V8 Chevrolet.
Drivers: Michiel CAMPAGNE and Allard KALF
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Katech/Chevrolet V8 6.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland 5 speed manual gearbox. This is the very last complete car built by Spice Engineering. Due for the IMSA GTP championship, it featured a slightly narrower windshield and a two-tier rear wing to improve aerodynamic efficiency and increase downforce.

Porsche 962C #82 III

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Nissan R90 CK #20

Estoril Classic 2020, 1990 Nissan R90 CK
Drivers: Pierre-Alain France and Erwin France
Designed by Lola for Nissan, the R90CK its powered by the VRH35Z 90º V8. It is a 3.5L 4v DOCH twin turbo with 800BHP in race configuration. This car (photo) is the chassis R90C/6, fielded for Julian Bailey and Mark Blundell, was raced five times in 1990 with two second place finishes as the best result.

Chevron B8 #32

Estoril Classic 2020, 1969 Chevron B8.
Drivers: Henrique Gemperle and Marc de Siebenthel.

Jaguar XJR 10 #61 III

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Porsche 962C #82

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Porsche 962C #51

Estoril Classic 2020, 1991 Porsche 962C
Driver: Hans-Jürg Hübner
Porsche 962 CK6 (Chassis number CK6/05-2) raced by Kramer Racing, was powered by Porsche F6 4xOCH 3.0L Twin-turbo engine and driven by Bernd Schneider, Hideki Okada, Manuel Reuter, Harri Toivonen and JJ Letho.

Spice SE89C #104 II

Estoril Classic 2020, 1989 Spice SE89C.
Drivers: Peter FISCHER and Benjamin MONNAY.
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Ford Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland DCB 5 speed Manual gearbox. This particular car has the chassis number 2.

Tiga GC288 #129

Estoril Classic 2020, 1988 Tiga GC288 Cosworth.
Run in the WSC group C with a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 3.2L. Chassis number 366, this Tiga was one of two Group C2 specification delivered to the Italian Kelmar Racing Team.

Porsche 962C #82

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

ADA 02B #105

Estoril Classic 2020, 1987 ADA 02B Cosworth
Driven by: John Sheldon (GB)/Jerry Mahony (GB)/Ian Harrower (GB) at Le Mans 24 Hours. Built by ADA Engineering, has a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 4V DOHC 3.3L engine. Did not finish the race due to a suspension problem.

Jaguar SJR 10 #61 IV

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Jaguar SJR 10 #61 V

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Porsche 962C #51

Estoril Classic 2020, 1991 Porsche 962C
Driver: Hans-Jürg Hübner
Estoril Classic 2020, 1991 Porsche 962C
Driver: Hans-Jürg Hübner
Porsche 962 CK6 (Chassis number CK6/05-2) raced by Kramer Racing, was powered by Porsche F6 4xOCH 3.0L Twin-turbo engine and driven by Bernd Schneider, Hideki Okada, Manuel Reuter, Harri Toivonen and JJ Letho.

Tiga GC288 #129

Estoril Classic 2020, 1988 Tiga GC288 Cosworth.
Run in the WSC group C with a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 3.2L. Chassis number 366, this Tiga was one of two Group C2 specification delivered to the Italian Kelmar Racing Team.

ADA 02B #105

Estoril Classic 2020, 1987 ADA 02B Cosworth
Driven by: John Sheldon (GB)/Jerry Mahony (GB)/Ian Harrower (GB) at Le Mans 24 Hours. Built by ADA Engineering, has a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 4V DOHC 3.3L engine. Did not finish the race due to a suspension problem.

Spice SE89C #104 III

Estoril Classic 2020, 1989 Spice SE89C.
Drivers: Peter FISCHER and Benjamin MONNAY.
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Ford Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland DCB 5 speed Manual gearbox. This particular car has the chassis number 2.

Ensign N179 #92

Ensign N179 1979 formula one season. Design by David Baldwin and drive by Derek Daly, Marc Surer an Patrick Gaillard. Estoril Classic 2017 with Paul Tattersall at the steering wheel

Trojan T103-1 #41

Estoril Classic 2017, Philippe Bonny driving the Trojan T103-1.

Trojan T103-1 #41

Estoril Classic 2017, Philippe Bonny driving the Trojan T103-1.

Ensign N179 #92

Ensign N179 1979 formula one season. Design by David Baldwin and drive by Derek Daly, Marc Surer an Patrick Gaillard. Estoril Classic 2017 with Paul Tattersall at the steering wheel

McLaren M19C #16

McLaren M19C, from 1972 to 1973 F1 seasons. Peter Revson. Design by Ralph Bellamy; engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8. Drivers: Jody Scheckter, Peter Revson, Denny Hulme, Brian Redman and Jacky Ickx

Hesketh 308E #15 (cockpit)

Hesketh 308E 1977 Formula One season. Hesketh Racing. Design by Frank Dernie and Nigel Stroud. Driver: Rupert Keegan, Ford Cosworth DFV V8.