The gorgeous Eagle Weslake Mark I (1966), at Mexico.
Dan Gurney was a very lucky man.
Photo by the Cahier Archive.
And his huge smile, during the 1966 Belgian GP (with the Eagle/Climax).
Dan Gurney during the Monaco Grand Prix, 1968.
Driving the glorious Eagle-Weslake T1G.
—Have a nice Monday :)
Dan Gurney, Eagle-Weslake, Belgium Grand Prix 1967.
Quoting from AAR:
“History in the making:
Called “one of the most beautiful Grand Prix cars ever built”, the Eagle / Gurney - Weslake V12 number ‘36’ is racing through the Ardennes Forest to win the Grand Prix of Belgium in 1967, making this the first, and so far, only victory for an American in an American Grand Prix car in the modern era.”
German Grand Prix, 1968.
Dan Gurney in the Eagle-Weslake.
Dan Gurney in the Eagle T1G, winning the Belgian Grand Prix in 1968.
Eagle-Weslake engine, I believe it is from the T1G Dan Gurney drove in 1967.
Dan Gurney, Belgian Grand Prix 1967.
Dan Gurney, Belgian Grand Prix (1967)
Driving the Eagle-Weslake T1G.
Dan Gurney, at Nurburgring (1968) with his Eagle MK1 (T1G) F1 car.