Celebrity Drives

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Sir Stirling Moss

Goodwood Revival with Sir Stirling Moss.
In 1963 Shelby Sebring Cobra CSX 2153.
Finished 16th overall .

Carroll Shelby

With Carroll at Goodwood Revival.
Le Mans 1994.
With Carroll Shelby and Bob Bondurant Goodwood Revival 2004.

Bert “Bob” Bondurant

Bert “Bob” Bondurant is an American former racecar driver who raced for the Shelby American, Ferrari and Eagle teams. Bondurant was one of the most famous drivers to emerge from the Southern California road racing scene in the 1950s, and achieved success in North America and in Europe.
He won the GT class at Le Mans 1964 with CO-driver Dan Gurney
Here I am as his guest at his race school in Arizona , on my honeymoon.
Personal guest of Bob Bondurant at his Arizona driving school, second honeymoon, same wife …..long story.

Allen Grant

With Allen and friends at Goodwood Revival 2019.

Jonathan Palmer

Jonathan Palmer – Former Formula one driver for Williams and Tyrell, now an entrepreneur and driving force behind MSV.

Eddie Cheever

Edward McKay “Eddie” Cheever Jr. (born January 10, 1958) is an American former racing driver who raced for almost 30 years in Formula One, sports cars, CART, and the Indy Racing League. Cheever participated in 143 Formula One World Championship races and started 132, more than any other American, driving for nine different teams from 1978 through 1989. In 1996, he formed his own IRL team, Team Cheever, and won the 1998 Indianapolis 500 as both owner and driver. The team later competed in sports cars.

Emanuele Pirro

Emanuele Pirro (born 12 January 1962) is an Italian racing driver who has raced in Formula One, touring cars and in endurance races such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans which he has won a total of five times. Two times Italian Karting Champion (1976, 1979), Formula Fiat Abarth Champion (1980), two times Italian Touring Car Champion (1994, 1995), two times Italian Overall Champion (1995, 1996) and German Touring Car Champion (1996), he also achieved records in endurance racing that place him amongst the best in the discipline, including; five wins in the 24 Hours of Le Mans (2000, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2007), two times ALMS Champion (2001, 2005), two times winner of the 12 Hours of Sebring (2000, 2007), three times winner of Petit Le Mans(2001, 2005, 2008), winner of the 24 Hours Nürburgring (1989), two times winner of the Macau Guia Race (1991, 1992) and two times winner of the Goodwood RAC Historic TT. He has taken part in over 500 official national and international races.

Stefan Johansson

Stefan Nils Edwin Johansson is a Swedish racing driver who drove in Formula One for both Ferrari and McLaren, among other teams. Since leaving Formula One he has won the 1997 24 Hours of Le Mans and raced in a number of categories, including CART, various kinds of Sports car racing and Grand Prix Masters.

Tony Jardine

Anthony Jardine is an English motorsport pundit, former driver and former Formula One assistant team manager. He is currently contracted to Sky Sports as a presenter and pundit on their coverage of F1.
With Tony Jardine and Elle, Goodwood 2005 racing in the RAC TT with Sebring Cobra CSX2153.
With Tony Jardine and Carroll Shelby – Goodwood Revival 2004.

Richard Attwood

Richard James David Attwood is a British motor racing driver, from England. During his career he raced for the BRM, Lotus and Cooper Formula One teams. He competed in 17 World Championship Grands Prix, achieved one podium and scored a total of 11 championship points.
Seen here in Sebring Cobra CSX2153 at Spa.

Lord March

Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox, 11th Duke of Richmond, 11th Duke of Lennox, 11th Duke of Aubigny, 6th Duke of Gordon DL, styled Lord Settrington until 1989 and then Earl of March and Kinrara until 2017, is a British aristocrat and owner of Goodwood Estate in West Sussex.
Offered his support to me, when raising money for Henry Hope Frost.

Gerry Marshall

Gerry Marshall or Gerald Dallas Royston Marshall was a British saloon car racing driver. He was commonly referred to by the nickname Big Gerry. According to a 2002 edition of Motor Sport Magazine poll, he was one of the best drivers of all time.
I shared many great memories and races with Gerry.
We came second overall at the inaugural Cloth Cap races at Donington, behind the famous EType CUT7.

Digby Martland

Digby Martland. He was an acclaimed sports car racer in Britain during the 1960s. He was Chevron’s first GT customer and recorded debut wins for both the B3 (Oulton Park, July 23 1966) and the physically similar B6 (Brands Hatch, April 16 1967) – just two of his many strong performances for the Bolton marque.
He was a familiar face at UK racetracks but also competed at Daytona, the Nürburgring, Le Mans, Monza, Montlhéry, Clermont-Ferrand and AVUS, as well as on bumpy old Austrian airfields. At Le Mans in 1970 he shared a works Chevron B16 with Clive Baker: they retired with a broken valve spring and that was that.

Prince Michael of Kent

Peter Brock

Peter Brock (born November 1936) is an American automotive and trailer designer, author and photojournalist, who is best known for his work on the Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe and Corvette Sting Ray.
One of his early jobs at Shelby was to demonstrate the new Cobra to potential buyers.
He used CSX2360 round the streets of LA as the car to tempt the customers to reach for their cheque books.

Barrie ‘Whizzo’ Williams

For 50 years, Barrie ‘Whizzo’ Williams has been thrilling motor racing crowds with his talent on the circuit and great sense of humour off the track. He has raced and rallied with great success, starting in 1957.
Here he gives driving instructions at Silverstone “remember my dear, racing a car is like sex, slow in fast out”.

Murray Walker

Graeme Murray Walker OBE was an English motorsport commentator and journalist. He provided television commentary of live Formula One coverage for the BBC between 1976 and 1996, and for ITV between 1997 and 2001.

Jack Sears

Jack Sears (16 February 1930 – 7 August 2016) was a British race and rally driver, and was one of the principal organisers of the 1968.
Sears was popularly known as “Gentleman Jack”. His son David is also involved in motorsport. He won the inaugural British Saloon Car Championship in 1958, driving an Austin Westminster. After finishing on joint maximum points with Tommy Sopwith, it was initially suggested the champion would be decided by the toss of a coin. The idea was very unpopular with both drivers and at the final meeting at Brands Hatch, with a draw being a likely possibility, two identical looking Marcus Chambers-owned Riley One-Point-Five works rally cars were brought along for a five lap shoot-out. To make the race fair, they raced five laps, switched cars, then raced five laps again with the driver who had the quickest combined time being crowned champion. In pouring rain, Sears became the first ever champion by 1.6 seconds.
Oulton ParkOne of the first race meetings at Croft was the Daily Mirror Trophy. Celebrity driver Jacks Sears was entered, driving his usual Willment Team Cobra, but when the car was started, it was found to have a broken rocker and damaged pushrod. However, Jack’s mechanic, Mike Brown, cannibalised the required parts from the Mustang of BRSCC secretary Nick Syrett. The work meant that Sears could not take part in practice so Ropner offered his Cobra to allow Sears to qualify, despite such a move contravening the rules. The stewards could not be deceived since the cars were a different colour, as the Clerk of the Course confirmed, but when subjected to Ropner’s persuasive techniques, he decided he ‘was colour blind’. Sears practiced in 6008, and went on to win the race in his Willment Cobra.
Jack Sears was re-inited with COB6008 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2009.

Dan Gurney

Jackie Oliver

Jackie Oliver at the Silverstone Grand Prix in 2006.

Sir John Whitmore

With Sir John Whitmore Goodwood Revival 2006.

Marc Surer

Marc Surer Goodwood Revival 2007.