David Cooke's 1957 Type Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa & Irvine Laidlaw's Ecurie Ecosse 1955 Jaguar D Type No.132 - 2011 Silverstone Classic (Explored)

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    Beautiful TR, seen here with a hardtop to create a stunning shape. Most memorable car of the event for me... www.motorsportinpictures.com

    1. John Nunney 44 months ago | reply

      great shot and great light.

    2. beatty.alex 44 months ago | reply

      wow what a sexy car, so much character too!

    3. dj_edob 44 months ago | reply

      WoW, what a fantastic Ferrari. Nice shot as well


    4. I hate SUVs - Non sopporto i SUV 44 months ago | reply

      Even wilder than a Maserati A6 GCS Berlinetta.Both of them astonishing, though

    5. Shawn Pierce Photography 44 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! Love the tone and light!

    6. NIICCO. 44 months ago | reply

      Really nice shot. The atmosphere is so amazing!

    7. Motorsport in Pictures 44 months ago | reply

      Thanks Gents! Like the comparison to the Maserati.... Both stunning shapes!

    8. cookieno7 44 months ago | reply

      As the owner of the Ferrari TR - you have got that shot COMPLETELY right - well done congratulations!

    9. Motorsport in Pictures 44 months ago | reply

      Hi David, Praise indeed - thanks for that. Great TR - last time I saw it (2009 Revival) it was without the hardtop - is that a period addition or new? Either way, it really takes the car to another level!

    10. Michiel V 44 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous, although it looks like you could only drive it if you take your head off...

    11. cookieno7 43 months ago | reply

      Not a period addition - just Neil Twyman the restorer and I playing with a 1/8 model in the pub and a lump of plasticine
      trying to come up with a design that accomodated my wifes hair requirements when out blasting and Enzo spirit..............I think Neil did a pretty good job! He has had the Breadvan in his workshop and a very strange Drogo body for restoration...and it is easy to get in and out of as the roof hinges on the B post area/line and lifts up and can even be removed to leave a targa style top..................WILD I have to say!

    12. I hate SUVs - Non sopporto i SUV 43 months ago | reply

      An exceedingly rare case of a non period modification that blends perfectly with the original design. Well, perhaps a only Scaglione could have designed it for Vignale or Scaglietti. It's great but a bit too wild for Pininfarina.... or not ?
      they indeed designed this this fabolous beast

    13. Michiel V 43 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the info mr Cooke!

    14. Motorsport in Pictures 43 months ago | reply

      Thanks for that David - great to see true artisan work. Fantastic intregration and sympathy to the original design.

    15. Tony Parker photography 43 months ago | reply

      Wonderful shot of this beauty, great light too !

    16. johnny.bambury 43 months ago | reply

      Fantastic, love it.....

    17. 8w6thgear 41 months ago | reply

      Saw the car at the Spa Six Hours and wondered what that hardtop was all about. Now I know...

    18. gregorygaye 40 months ago | reply

      Beautiful with the hard top!!!

    19. 1000 Words Gallery 4 months ago | reply

      Have never seen a car such as this one. She's a beauty, as is your photo.

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