Phil Hill / Von Trips, Targa Florio, 1960.
With the Ferrari Dino 246S.
Jaguar E Type, Targa Florio, 1963.
Ferrari 250 GTO, Targa Florio, 1962.
Lancia Fulvia Barchetta (1975)
Basically a proven recipe for success consists in: take its top off. That’s what Cesare Florio did with the standard Fulvia HF for Targa Florio races, and turns out they did quite well, especially in terms of ventilation of the cockpit, which apparently was a major setback while driving the closed Fulvia.
The lesson here is: if you’re cool enough, you’ll win more races.
Targa Florio, 1963.
Scarfiotti/Bandini/Mairesse’s Ferrari 196 SP.
Porsche 906 (1967)
From the factory, this mean looking thing was completely road legal, which is something astonishing when you consider its tubular space frame, 600kg weight and 280kph top speed.
Here, racing at Targa Florio.
1975 Targa Florio
Lancia Stratos. Odd seeing the Stratos with a different color scheme than the ones we’re used to. Works just as fine.
Maserati A6GCS (1955)
I’m going to guess this is Targa Florio.
This is the Austin Mini Cooper “Twini”.
It had no less than two 1000cc engines and a four wheel drive system. This was taken during the 1963 Targa Florio.