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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.

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 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.

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.

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.

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni

Trojan T103-1 #41

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

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Trojan T103-1 #41

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

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Williams FW06 #57 Featured

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Cooper Dashboard I

Estoril Classic 2017, Cooper dasboard.

Cooper Dashboard II

Estoril Classic 2017, Cooper dasboard.

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.

Brabham BT11 #1 II

Estoril Classic 2017, Brabham BT11, 1964, John Romano (USA)

Lotus 91-07 #2 I

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

Trojan T103 #41

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

Surtees TS9 #9

Surtees TS9 from 1971 formula one seasson. Disign by John Surtees and Peter Connew. Drived by Judy Lyons. Estoril Classics 2019, Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.

Lotus 91-07 #2 II

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

Lotus 91-07 #2 III

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

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.

Lotus 91-07 #2 IV

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

Hesketh 308E #24

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

Scorpion 500 S #17

Estoril Classic 2019, FIA Lurani Trophy, Stephane Ray at Scorpion 500 S steering wheel.

Brabham BT6 #91

Estoril Classic 2019, FIA Lurani Trophy, Richard Wilson at Brabham BT6 steering wheel.

BMC MK1 #132

Estoril Classic 2019, FIA Lurani Trophy, Colin Nursey at BMC MK1 steering wheel.

Lola MK2 #116

Estoril Classic 2019, FIA Lurani Trophy, Alan Baillie at Lola MK2 steering wheel.

Scorpion 500 S #17 II

Estoril Classic 2019, FIA Lurani Trophy, Stephane Ray at Scorpion 500 S steering wheel.