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Following on from the single-seater collection here is Peter Collins sports cars through the years... great days, great days!
All pictures courtesy of Peter Collins
Max Wilson's T70 MkIII at Crystal Palace on the 9th September 1967, Max finished 4th in the BARC Sportscar race.
Mike de Udy's T70 MkIII with its distinctive "snorkels" in the BRSCC Guards International Trophy at Brands Hatch, 2nd September 1968. Mike retired with a damaged sump after a spin...
...whilst in the same race Frank Gardner's victorious Sid Taylor-entered T70 MkIII chalks up another win for the jovial Irishman.
The 1969 Racing Car Show in London, at the top the Sid Taylor T70 MkIIIB, on the left a CanAm T162 and to the right a F5000 T142.
Another shot of the Sid Taylor T70 MkIIIB at the Racing Car Show.
A road-going Sbarro-modified T70 MkIIIB also at the 1969 Racing Car Show.
The T70 MkIIIB of Paul Hawkins who retired from the BOAC International 500 World Championship Sportscar Race with wishbone failure. Brands Hatch, 13th April 1969...
...In the same race the Sid Taylor T70 MkIIIB of Peter Revson, Sten Axelsson and Denny Hulme retired with overheating. On the inside is the works Ferrari 312P of Chris Amon and Pedro Rodriguez.
The Barrie Smith/Howden Ganley T70 MkIIIB in the BOAC 1000Kms World Championship Sports Car Race at Brands Hatch, 12th April 1970. Entered by Sid Taylor it was involved in an accident on the opening lap.
The Jeremy Lord Minilite T212 at the BRSCC Evening News Trophy Race, Brands Hatch 30th August 1971.
The Ecurie Bonnier T280-DFV of Chris Craft and Gérard Larrousse retired in the...
...BOAC 1000Kms World Championship Sports Car Race, Brands Hatch 16th April 1972.
Three of the manufacturers that made 2-litre racing so great are in line astern at the International Trophy at Silverstone, April 1975 as third placed Guy Edwards (Lola T390) heads eventual winner John Lepp (March 75S) and the Chevron B31 of second placed driver Ian Grob.
Alain De Cadanet and Desiré Wilson finished 3rd at the Brands Hatch 6 Hours in the De Cadenet Lola LM Ford, 16th March 1980...
...but went on to take the win at the Silverstone 6 Hours, 11th May 1980.
The Nick Faure, Roy Baker and Eddie Arundel Dorset Racing T298-Ford finished 15th in the Shell Oils 1,000Kms, Brands Hatch 17th October 1982.
The victorious Banco Occidental/Ultramar/Team Lola T600-Ford of Guy Edwards and Emilio de Villota at the Flying Tiger 1,000 - FIA World Endurance Championship for Drivers. Brands Hatch, 27th September 1981.
8th in Group C for the Guy Edwards/Rupert Keegan Ultramar Team Lola T610-Ford seen here chasing the Roy Baker/Eddie Arundel/Nick Faure Dorset Racing T298 at the Pace 6 Hours, Silverstone 16th May 1982. This was a round of the FIA World Endurance Championship for Manufacturers.
The Brands Hatch Racing Steve Kempton/John Bartlett T610-DFL at the second round of the 1984 Thundersports championship, Brands Hatch 23rd April 1984...
..the race win went to the Atlantic Computers John Foulston/John Brindley ex-CanAm T530-Chevrolet.
The T600-BMW Turbo of Karl-Heinz Becker at Brands Hatch on the 26th July 1992 for the third round of the Interserie championship.
The Sportsracing Team Sweden B2K/40-Nissan of Thed Björk and Larry Oberto at Donington in the 2001 FIA Sportscar Championship on the 26th August where they finished second in the C3 class.
The Intersport Racing Lola B2K/40-Judd of Bill Binnie, Clint Field and Rick Sutherland at the Le Mans 24 Hours June 12th-13th 2004.
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