The dazzling example featured here, chassis GT40P/1074, earns bonus points for at least three reasons.
The first is that it was the first car to win a major race wearing the now iconic Gulf orange-and-blue racing livery. Another is that it?was a member of the trio of GT40s run by legendary team owner, race entrant and team manager John Wyer; those GT40s are chassis 1074, 1075 and 1076
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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