Goodwood Festival of Speed 2013 – Top 30 Cars of Interest Page Two
1966 Chaparral 2E – The 2E was introduced for the Can-Am series. With its high mounted wing providing downforce, the 2E transformed racing, but on-track success was limited with only one win for Jim Hall’s team. Driven at Goodwood by Lord March.
1970 AVS Shadow Chevrolet MkI – The knee-high ‘lowline’ Shadow was among the most radical designs for the Can-Am series.
1917 Miller Aerodynamic Coupe – The Golden Submarine first appeared at Goodwood in 1996. The 4-cylinder powered streamlined racing car was designed and built by Fred Offenhauser and Harry Miller for Barney Oldfield. The car competed in 54 races with 20 wins.
1995 McLaren F1 GTR – Won the 1995 Le Mans 24 Hours at the hands of Yannick Dalmas, Masanori Sekiya and J.J. Lehto.
1934 Alfa Romeo P3 Tipo B – The ‘Don Lee Special’ raced at the Indy 500 in 1946 and ’47. Don Lee, father of arch-entusiast Tommy, was the most successful Cadillac dealer on the West Coast.
1965 Ford Galaxie 427 – Ex-Fred Lorenzen NASCAR. Photographer Tim Scott put it best: “A quintessentially American car against a quintessentially English backdrop!”