The Goodwood Revival Post 3
Vanhoolandt: The Goodwood Trophy for 1930 to 1950 Grand Prix cars assembles wonderful machinery like the 1947 Bugatti Type 73C of Tom Dark.t
By Jonathan Sharp & Hugues Vanhoolandt
Sharp: Urs Miller seeks daylight in his Maserati 6CM.
Vanhoolandt: Start of the Goodwood Trophy where the E.R.A.s, on their home ground, dominated the Maserati and Talbot-Lago opponents.
Sharp: Again, Urs Miller heads the queue in his Maserati 6CM.
Vanhoolandt: 1959 Cooper-Maserati T51 in the Gordon Trophy for 1956-1962 rear-engined F1 cars.
Sharp: Christian Traber's 1939 Talbot Lago Monoplace Decalee.
Vanhoolandt: Goodwood Trophy again, one of the crowd’s favorite was the Frazer-Nash driven with generosity by Patrick Blakeney-Edwards.
Sharp: Julian Bronson smokes the rear tires of J Mac Hulbert’s 1938 E.R.A. D Type R4D.
Vanhoolandt: In the Richmond Trophy for front-engined GP cars from 1952-1960, four Maserati 250 Fs were at the start, one of them here leading a field of Connaught, Aston Martin and Lotus .
Sharp: Christopher Mann, 1934 Alfa Romeo Tipo B; I can still hear it now.
Vanhoolandt: Fierce battle for the lead in the Richmond Trophy; Gary Pearson in his BRM finally won after the Scarab of Julian Bronson had an issue with an Aston Martin.
Sharp: Klaus Lehr Talbot Lago 26C.
Vanhoolandt: Always spectacular, Max Werner from Germany, showing his skills with his Maserati 250 F V12.
Sharp: Werner from the other side. Note the twin exhaust pipes.
Vanhoolandt: The competitors of the Glover Trophy for the 1961-1966 1.5 liter GP cars had to deal with weather ill-suited for open wheelers. Here Joe Colasacco’s Ferrari 1512 in the spray.
Sharp: And our shot of the Colasacco Ferrari.
Vanhoolandt: Every year, Goodwood pays tribute to a former champion. This year, Jim Clark was
honored as he won the first of his two F1 world titles 50 years ago. Many of the cars he drove, mainly Lotus of course, were on show.
Sharp: Calum Lockie driving Shaun Danaher's 1938 Maserati 6CM, The car behind is the 1936 Fraser Nash Monoposto of Geraint Lewis.
Vanhoolandt: A trio of Maseratis cheer the crowd at the end of the Goodwood Trophy.
Sharp: Julian Mazub's 1938 Alfa Romeo 308C and Urs Miller's 1938 Maserati 6CM Goodwood Trophy
Vanhoolandt: Maserati 250F lapping a Cooper-Bristol in the Richmond Trophy
Sharp: Hubert Fabri's 1959 Aston Martin DBR4 and Wolfgang Friedrich’s similar example.
Vanhoolandt: Not raced:The ex-Tazio Nuvolari and Scuderia Ferrari 1935 Alfa Romeo 8C-35 sold for more than $ 9,500,000, a new world record for an Alfa Romeo sold at auction.
Sharp: The 1953 Gordini Type 16 of March Valvekens is passed by Alexander Boswell's 1952 Ferrari 500/625 during the Richmond Trophy race.
Vanhoolandt: At the start of the Gordon Trophy, # 37 is a Heron-Alfa Romeo surrounded by Coopers and Lotus.
Sharp: Maserati 250F V12 driven by Max Werner and entered by Klaus Werner moves to pass the Tec Mec of Tony Wood in the Richmond Trophy race.