In 1978, the factory was morally obligated not to race it too often against the standard 935 customer cars. It was too good.
Old dog, new tricks.
Sir Henry "Tim" Birkin's Bentley driven by Richard Charlesworth at Goodwood. Peak Britan.
This vintage racer from the wild days of Group B rallying just sounds utterly ferocious.
Old F1 cars don't belong in a museum, they belong on a track.
This is the most GT40s you'll ever see on a racetrack, being driven to the absolute limit.
Just because it's vintage racing, doesn't mean it's slow. No sir.