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GT3 Estoril #99

Porsche GT3 #99, Carlos Vieira.

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

GT3 Estoril #12

Porsche GT3 #12, Speedy Motorsports

Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 #34 Featured

Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 #34

ELMS 2016 GT3 Le Mans Cup, Estoril Winner.
Team TF Sport
Principal Tom Ferrier
Drivers Salih Yoluk / Euan Alre-Hankley

Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 #34

ELMS 2016 GT3 Le Mans Cup, Estoril Winner.
Team TF Sport
Principal Tom Ferrier
Drivers Salih Yoluk / Euan Alre-Hankley

Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 #34

ELMS 2016 GT3 Le Mans Cup, Estoril Winner.
Team TF Sport
Principal Tom Ferrier
Drivers Salih Yoluk / Euan Alre-Hankley

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Lotus 32 Tasman # 32

Estoril Classic 2017, Larry Kinch (GB) drivng the Lotus 32 Tasman

Chevron B16 #123

Estoril Classic 2017, R. Hyett driving Chevron B16 #123.

Surtees TS9b #88 Featured

Surtees TS9b #88

Estoril Classic 2017, Surtees TS9b from 1971 to 1973 formula one seasson. Disign by John Surtees and Peter Connew.

Trojan T103 #41

Estoril Classic 2019, Philippe Bonny driving the Trojan T103-1.

Williams FW08C #16 Featured

Williams FW08C #16

Williams FW08C, 1983 Fórmula One season. Drivers: Keke Rosberg, Jacques Laffite and Jonathan Palmer. Design by Patrick Head and Neil Oatley, Ford Cosworth DFV V8. Estoril Classic 2019 with Mark Hazell in the steering wheel.

Shadow DN8 #88

Shadow DN8, from 1976 to 1978 F1 seasons. Design by Tony Southgate. Drivers: Tom Pryce, Renzo Zorzi, Alan Jones, Riccardo Patrese, Jackie Oliver, Arturo Merzario, Jean-Pierre Jarier, Hans Joachim Stuck and Clay Regazzoni. In 1977 Alan Jones win his first GP in Austria. It\\\'s the unique win for Shadow in F1. Estoril Classic 2019 with Jamie Constable at the steering wheel.

McLaren MP4/1 #77 Featured

McLaren MP4/1 #77

McLaren MP4/1 from 1981 to 1983 Fórmula One seasons.
Drivers: John Watson, Andrea de Cesaris and Niki Lauda.
Design by John Barnard, Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8.
Estoril Classic 2019 with Steve Hartley at the steering wheel.

Hesketh 308E #15

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

McLarem MP4/1 #77 I

McLaren MP4/1 from 1981 to 1983 seasons.
Drivers: John Watson, Andrea de Cesaris and Niki Lauda.
Design by John Barnard, Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8.
Estoril Classic 2019 with Steve Hartley at the steering wheel.

McLarem MP4/1 #77 II

McLaren MP4/1 from 1981 to 1983 Fórmula One seasons.
Drivers: John Watson, Andrea de Cesaris and Niki Lauda.
Design by John Barnard, Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8.
Estoril Classic 2019 with Steve Hartley at the steering wheel.

McLaren M26 #26

McLaren M26 from 1977 to 1979 F1 Seasons.
Drivers: James Hunt, Jochen Mass, Gilles Villeneuve, Bruno Giacomelli, Patrick Tambay e John Watson. Design by Gordon Coppuck, Engine Ford Cosworth DFV, V8. Estoril Classic 2019 with Frank Lyons in the steering wheel.