The yellow 1.5 Ti (same model as the basis for the Green Machine) was my favourite, but was pipped by 3 points by the brown Veloce Sprint. It was a very close contest though.
I couldn't believe the crowd around the TG team, you could tell where they all were because all these people kept following them wherever they went! I virtually walked into Clarkson as he strode out of the concours area, and because of the sheer mass of people following, I couldn't through the gates!
Hamster's spider wouldn't run and had to be pushed away. They all left by helicopter leaving the TG cars to be picked up later. I'm sure that bit will be edited out
"Hello Mum, I'm on the telly"
Some REALLY nice machinery there. The '74 Pantera GTS was awesome, and the guy that put it all together said the Green Machine was cool! I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy...
Great turn out of Junior Zagato's (4), a 2600 Zagato (interesting, different), and both of Mick Colvill's project cars (he's done a mid-engined Lancia Beta, also done out in Alitalia racing colours - very convincing). He parked them both just outside the gates to the concours area and was revving both his engines at various points during the day. The engineering on that Bimotore is first-class, but I wouldn't want to try driving it on the road. Bonkers ain't the word!
'Suds are getting rare, and that's a fact, but the ones that are left are looking pretty good. Of the non-concours entrants, Bryan Alexander's Trofeo Sprint did it for me. He prefers it to his Ferrari, which he sold on Saturday - that's brand loyalty for you