Lola 1966 T70 Spyder - Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance 2011
Country of origin - Great Britain
Configuration - Chevrolet 90º V8
Fuel feed - 4 Weber Carburettors
Power-500 bhp / 373 KW
British race car builder Eric Broadley was one of the first to combine light weight mid-engine chassis with American V-8 power, in the Lola GT that ran at Le Mans in 1963. In 1965 he introduced the T70, which for two years was the world's fastest racing car.
Developed by World champion driver John Surtees, with 500 HP and weighing 1750 pounds, it had blinding acceleration, 0 to 100 mph in less than six seconds with stable, predictable handling.