Ford GT40 Chassis History
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Chassis_Number GT40 History Photos and Race results
GT 101 GT 101 History Photos and Race results
GT 102 GT 102 History Photos and Race results
GT 103 GT 103 History Photos and Race results
GT 104 GT 104 History Photos and Race results
GT 105 GT 105 History Photos and Race results
GT 106 GT 106 History Photos and Race results
GT 107 GT 107 History Photos and Race results
GT 108 GT 108 History Photos and Race results
GT 109 GT 109 History Photos and Race results
GT 110 GT 110 History Photos and Race results
GT 111 GT 111 History Photos and Race results
GT 112 GT 112 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1000 GT40 P/1000 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1001 GT40 P/1001 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1002 GT40 P/1002 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1003 GT40 P/1003 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1004 GT40 P/1004 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1005 GT40 P/1005 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1006 GT40 P/1006 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1007 GT40 P/1007 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1008 GT40 P/1008 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1009 GT40 P/1009 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1010 GT40 P/1010 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1011 GT40 P/1011 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1012 GT40 P/1012 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1013 GT40 P/1013 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1014 GT40 P/1014 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1015 GT40 P/1015 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1016 GT40 P/1016 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1017 GT40 P/1017 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1018 GT40 P/1018 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1019 GT40 P/1019 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1020 GT40 P/1020 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1021 GT40 P/1021 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1022 GT40 P/1022 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1023 GT40 P/1023 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1024 GT40 P/1024 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1025 GT40 P/1025 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1026 GT40 P/1026 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1027 GT40 P/1027 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1028 GT40 P/1028 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P 1029 GT40 P/1029 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1030 GT40 P/1030 History Photos and Race results
GT40 P/1031 02/66 : Daytona, 95,
Hansgen/Donohue, 3rd -03/66 : Sebring, 2, Gurney/Foyt, DISQ -06/66 : Le Mans, 6, Andretti/Bianchi, DNF -02/67 : Daytona, 5, Andretti/Ginther, DNF -04/67 : Sebring, 2, Foyt/Ruby, 2nd -06/67 : Le Mans, 5, Gardner/Mc Cluskey, DNF
GT40 P/1032 03/66 : Sebring, 3,
Hansgen/Donohue, 2nd -06/66 : Le Mans, 4, Hawkins/Donohue, DNF
GT40 P/1033 09/68 : Montlhery,
Martin, DNF -03/69 : Le Mans Trials, Martin/Hanrioud -04/69 : Monza, 34, Hanrioud/Martin, 15th -06/69 : Le Mans, 58, Hanrioud/Martin, DNS -07/69 : Magny Cours, Martin, 4th -10/69 : Montlhery, Maublanc/Martin, 9th – Hockenheim, Martin, 9th -01/70 : Buenos Aires, 48, Forrester/Martin, DNF – Buenos Aires, 15,
Forrester/Martin, 12th -03/70 : Rallye de l’Ouest, Martin, 2nd -04/70 : Montlhery, Martin, 2nd .Car was modified for road use by Sbarro, car was burned, and
rebuilt by Sbarro with a new monocoque.2003 we see at Zurich at hill
climb
GT40 P/1034 GT40 Chassis #1034 -
First owner James Fielding of Gloucester took delivery of this car,
Chassis number 1034 in March 1966. The pine green car left the
factory with black trim and as the Ford Advanced Vehicles Production
Car Record Sheet records, a heated windscreen, reversing lights,
wing mirrors, an electric clock and two fuel gauges. It was retained
by Mr Fielding, chairman of the company that produced dynamometers
used in the GT40 test programme, for five years.Finally Fielding
sold the car to Paul Weldon. Weldon owned the car for three years,
often using it on the road as Fielding had. During 1973 he also
entered and won a concourse event at Brands Hatch, demonstrated the
car in the pre-race parade at Le Mans and used it in the GT40 team
in the 6 hour relay race at Silverstone, demonstrating what a
versatile car the GT40 was.Mid 1974 saw Weldon acquire the Mirage M10001 from Anthony
Hutton, giving 1034 in part exchange. Shortly afterwards George
Parlby an Australian visiting the UK saw and bought 1034 shipping it
to Australia on his return home.Parlby raced the car regularly in Australian events until 1982,
when he retired it from the track. The car was spruced up and
re-sprayed in the familiar JWA / Gulf colour scheme of Light Blue
and Marigold. It reappeared for the inaugural Australian G.P.
meeting in 1985 having its engine stripped and rebuilt for the
occasion.1034 was featured on the cover of Sports and Classic Cars in 1988
before being passed to an American collector, one Harley Cluxton and
then to the billionaire Sam Walton, where it shared a garage with
the dual Le Mans winning Gulf GT40 (Chassis #1075).The car then went through the hands of noted GT40 devotee George
Stauffer to German born Peter Rossler who purchased the car in 1995.
Although in excellent condition, in true German style the car
underwent further restoration, preparing it to original race
specifications.1034 became a prominent entrant at historic meetings around
Europe in the famous GTM series, winning last time out at the
prestigious Grand Prix of Stuttgart meeting held at the famous
Hockenheim Circuit.In July’99, historic touring car enthusiast David
Bowden acquired 1034 at the Silverstone historic race weekend in
England.Since returning to Australian soil in August ‘99, 1034 has been
at many different events including the Leyburn Historic Sprints,
Noosa Beach Concourse (winning best competition car) and the
Queensland All Ford Day (winning 3 awards including car of the
show).It was also a feature car at the Ipswich 500 V8 Supercar race in
October ‘99 where driver Kevin Bartlett turned in (on road tyres)
laps of 1 minute 19 – only seconds off the V8 Supercars race times.
Not bad for an old car and an even older driver!In November ’99 the car was invited to compete in the ‘Adelaide
Classic Rally’ where it proceeded to give both driver, Kevin
Bartlett and navigator, David Bowden many thrills. It was entered in
the International Supersports Cup race at the 2000 Melbourne Grand
Prix. Once again Kevin Bartlett drove the GT40 to its limit!The highlight of the race was beating the 7 litre Mark IV GT40
owned by American Tom Malloy.The car was caught up in a race start mêlée where up to five cars
were seriously damaged, only Kevin’s skill and perception saved the
GT40 from the same fate.This car has been on numerous TV segments as well as being a
‘feature car’ in the Australian Classic Car magazine.
GT40 P/1035
GT40 P/1036 09/68 : Snetterton, 163,
Bird, 4th – Brands Hatch, Bird, cl2
GT40 P/1037 03/66 : Sebring, 17,
Wietzes/Fisher, RDT -05/66 : St Jovite, Wietzes, 7th -06/66 : Mosport Park, 95, Wietzes, 6th – Watkins Glen, Wietzes, 14th
-07/66 : St Jovite, 94, Wietzes, 5th -09/66 : St Jovite, Wietzes – Mosport Park, Wietzes, 6th -07/67 : St Jovite, Wietzes, 2nd -09/67 : Mosport Park, 94, Wietzes, 11th -08/69 : Silverstone, 201, Jordan, 2nd
GT40 P/1038 04/66 : Le Mans Trials,
11, Scott -05/66 : Silverstone, 25, Scott, 6th – Spa, 42, Scott/Revson, 3rd -06/66 : Le Mans, 59, Scott/Revson, DNF -04/67 : Sebring, 17, Mc Namarra/Grossman, 8th -08/67 : Snetterton, Jordan, cl2 – Snetterton, 20, Jordan, 3rd -
Snetterton, 17, Jordan, 5th – 10/67 : Snetterton, Jordan, DNS -
03/68 : Silverstone, 133, Jordan, 2nd -04/68 : Snetterton SGT, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton, 57, Jordan, 1st -
Silverstone SGT, Jordan, 5th – Silverstone, Jordan 6th -05/68 : Silverstone GT, Jordan, 2nd – Silverstone, Jordan, 5th -
Snetterton SGT, Jordan, 2nd – Snetterton, Jordan, 4th -06/68 : Silverstone SGT, Jordan, 1st – Silverstone, Jordan, 3rd -
Snetterton, 187, Jordan, 4th – Snetterton, 187, Jordan, 3rd -
Silverstone, 102, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton SGT, 98, Jordan, 4th -
Snetterton, 58, Jordan, 3rd -07/68 : Woburn Park, Jordan, 2nd – Snetterton GT, 104, Jordan, 1st -
Snetterton, 104, Jordan, 2nd -08/68 : Snetterton SGT, 88, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton, 88, Jordan,
2nd – Silverstone, 132, Jordan, 5th -09/68 : Silverstone SGT, Jordan, 1st – Silverstone, Jordan, 3rd -
Crystal Palace, 80, Jordan, DNS – Phoenix Park, Jordan, 2nd -10/68 : Silverstone, Jordan, 4th – Snetterton, 101, Jordan, 2nd -
Thruxton, 131, Jordan, 6th – Silverstone GT, Jordan, 4th -
Silverstone, Jordan, 4th -04/69 : Silverstone GT, 203, Jordan, 1st – Silverstone GT, 132,
Jordan, 2nd – Silverstone, Jordan, 2nd – Snetterton, Jordan, DNS -05/69 : Snetterton SGT, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton, 64, Jordan, 1st -06/69 : Snetterton GT, Jordan, 2nd – Snetterton, Jordan, 2nd -
Silvertsone GT, Jordan, 1st – Silverstone, Jordan, 4th – Snetterton
GT, 43, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton, Jordan, 2nd -07/69 : Silverstone GT, Jordan, 1st – Silverstone GT, Jordan, 1st -
Snetterton, 1, Jordan – Snetterton GT, 1, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton,
1, Jordan, 2nd – Snetterton GT, 101, Jordan, 1st -08/69 : Snetterton SGT, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton, Jordan, 2nd -
Karlskoga, Jordan, 14th -09/69 : Silverstone GT, Jordan, 3rd – Silverstone GT, Jordan, 2nd -
Silverstone, Jordan, 3rd – Phoenix Park, Jordan – Silverstone,
Jordan, 3rd -10/69 : Silverstone, 180, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton, 75, Jordan, 2nd
- Silverstone, Jordan, 2nd – Silverstone SGT, Jordan, 3rd -04/70 : Silverstone, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton ,Jordan, 2nd -05/70 : Silverstone, 117, Jordan, 1st – Thruxton, Jordan, 6th -
Silverstone, Jordan, 1st – Silverstone GT, 131, Jordan, 2nd06/70 : Snetterton, Jordan, 1st – Snetterton SGT, 140, Jordan, 2nd -
Mallory Park, Jordan, 7th -07/70 : Silverstone Gt, Jordan, 2nd – Silverstone, Jordan, 3rd -
Silverstone, Jordan, 2nd – Silverstone GT, 181, Jordan, 1st -
Silverstone, Jordan, 2nd – Snetterton, Jordan, 4th -08/70 : Silverstone GT, Jordan, 1st – Silverstone, Jordan, 3rd -
Snetterton, Jordan,2nd – Silverstone, Jordan, DNF – Brands Hatch,
Jordan, DNf – Silverstone, Jordan, DNF – Thruxton, Jordan, 1st -
Snetterton, Jordan, 2nd -09/70 : Silverstone GT, 96, Jordan, 2nd – Silvertstone, 96, Jordan,
4th – Silverstone, 112, Jordan, 5th – Silverstone, 112, Jordan, 2nd
- Mallory Park, Jordan, 2nd – Silverstone, 145, Jordan, 3rd -10/70 : Silverstone GT, 124, Jordan, 2nd – Silverstone, 124, Jordan,
1st – Thruxton, 208, Jordan, 4th – Silverstone, 119, Jordan, 1st
GT40 P/1039 04/66 : Le Mans Trials,
12, Mairesse -05/66 : Sap, 41, Mairesse/Muller, DNF
GT40 P/1040 04/66 : Le Mans Trials,12,
Muller/Ireland – Monza, 9, Muller/Mairesse, 3rd -06/66 : Le Mans, 14, Sutcliffe/Spoerry, DNF -04/67 : Le Mans Trials, 18, Muller, DNF – Monza, 32,
Borel/Ballot-Lena, DNF
GT40 P/1041 09/66 : Zolder, 101,
Beurlys, 1st -10/66 : Montlhery, 32, Buerlys/Mairesse, DNF -04/67 : Zolder, Dauwe, 2nd – Zolder, Dauwe, 2nd -05/67 : Montlhery, Dauwe, 4th
GT40 P/1042 02/67 : Daytona, 9,
Casoni/Maglioli, DNF -04/67 : Sebring, 19, Maglioli/Vaccarella, 5th -06/67 : Le Mans, 18, Maglioli/Casoni, DNF -08/67 : Zeltweg, Vaccarella/Maglioli, 3rd – 1997 Nurburgring
historic GTM, 1st – May 2000, Monaco auction : carbon body, new
hight tech instrumentation, we don’t know what’s original on the
car…not good !
GT40 P 1043
GT40 P 1044
GT40 P 1045 06/68 : Blackbushe,
Hamilton, 1st -07/68 : Blackbushe, 60, Hamilton, 1st – Blackbushe, 72, Davis -09/68 : Brighton Speeds Trials, 193, Davis/Hamilton, 2nd/3rd -10/69 : Odiham, 76, Hamilton, 3rd
GT40 P 1046 06/66 : Le Mans, 2,
Amon/Mc Laren, 1st -02/67 : Daytona, 6, Ruby/Hulme, DNF
GT40 P 1047 06/66 : Le Mans, 3,
Gurney/Grant, DNF -02/67 : Daytona, 3, Foyt/Gurney, DNF -06/67 : Le Mans, 57, Hawkins/Bucknum, DNF – Reims, 1,
Schlesser/Ligier, 1st -07/67 : Mugello, 4, Schlesser/Ligier, 4th -10/67 : Montlhery, 1, Schlesser, DNF – Montlhery, 1,
Schlesser/Ligier, 4th – 1991 : auction Paris
GT40 P 1048 07/66 : Trento Bondone,
Casoni, 7th, 3rd in cl. -08/66 : Enna, Casoni, DNF -09/66 : Zeltweg, 8, Casoni, 7th -10/66 : Montlhery, 36, Vaccarella/Casoni, DNF -06/67 : Reims, 24, Maglioli/Vaccarella, DNF -10/67 : Montlhery, 6, Vaccarella/Maglioli, DNF- sold to Koenig -06/69 : Norisring, Konig, DNS -10/69 : Casablanca, Rouget, DNF -10/70 : Montlhery, Rouget DNF ,1971 24 Hours Le Mans – Konig- car
destroyed DNF : 1972 sold to Dagorne – 1973 sold to Van den Doorn -
restored by Franco Sbarro -a replica was built with parts and sold
in Auction as the original is still with the same owner for the last
28 years 2000 The owner Van den Doorn send a fax to the auction
company asking them how they can put his car in Auction when his car
is in garage ? He didn t receive a answer ! 1997: Nurburgring
auction – the replica August 2000, Quail Lodge auction. the replica
.2002 Le Mans Auction ,the US GT 40 is detailled as the real car own
by Lucchini for 20 years and the Van den Doorn is detailled as the
replica ?
GT40 P 1049 05/66 : Bridgehampton,
Thompson, 13th -09/66 : Elkhart Lake, Thompson/Lowther, DNF -02/67 : Daytona, 11, Ickx/Thompson, 6th -03/69 : Sebring, 24, Grant/Ouest, DNF -04/67 : Sebring, 11, Thompson/Lowther, DNF -07/69 : Watkins Glen, 24, Grant/Heppenstall/Brown, DNF -02/70 : Daytona, 19, Grant/Marcus, DNF -03/70 : Sebring, 29, Grant/Heppenstall/Brown, DNF
GT40 P 1050
GT40 P 1051
GT40 P 1052
GT40 P 1053
GT40 P 1054
GT40 P 1055 11/1966 – Detroiter Al
Virzi – 1974 for sale in Livonia -1977 : Edsel Ford II -1983 : John Mecom Jr – Swiss Collector -1994 : Retro 24 Hours race Paul Ricard, 3rd -1997 Geneva auction
GT40 P 1056
GT40 P 1057
GT40 P 1058
GT40 P 1059
GT40 P 1060
GT40 P 1061
GT40 P 1062 11/1966 : Ford Motor
Company -1967 : bought by Len Cheney -1980 : Jeff Lewis, California – Race meetings in USA – Auction
Silverstone July 1999.
GT40 P 1063
GT40 P 1064
GT40 P 1065
GT40 P 1066
GT40 P 1067
GT40 P 1068
GT40 P 1069 02/1967 : Ford of Dearborn
(AHK 940 F) – A. Bamford car in Yellow – Sold to K. Mc Donald -
Harrison Brothers – sold back to W. Green -1972 : Hamilton – E. Mather – Martin Johnson (car in Yellow 1977) -London auction 1998
GT40 P 1070
GT40 P 1071 07/69 : Silverstone, Beach
- Thruxton, 160, Beach, 1st -08/69 : Silverstone, Beach, 7th – Thruxton, 10, Forrester/Hedges -
Castle Combe, Hurst, 3rd – Silverstone, Hurst, 6th
GT40 P 1072 03/68 : Croft, 45,
Cussins, DNS – Castle Howard, Cussins, 3rd – Castle Howard, Cussins,
10th -04/68 : Harewood, Cussins, 3rd – Woodvale, Cussins, 1st – Woodvale,
Lawson/Cussins, 2nd/3rd – Harewood, Cussins, 2nd -05/68, Croft, Cussins, 1st – Sandtoft, Cussins, 1st – Bardon Manor,
Cussins, 2nd – Leighton Hall, Cussins, 1st -06/68 : Harewood, 84, Cussins, 1st – Harewood, 84, Cussins, 6th -
Tholt-y-Will, 41, Cussins, 1st -07/68 : Boulay Bay, Cussins, 2nd -08/68 : Shelsley Walsh, Cussins, 1st -09/68 : Croft, Cussins, 2nd – Harewood, Cussins, 1st – Topcliffe,
Cussins, 1st -10/68, Olivier’s Mount, Cussins, 3rd – Olivier’s Mount, Cussins, 2nd
- Castle, Howard, Lawson, 1st – Castle Howard, Lawson, 6th
GT40 P 1073 04/68 : Brands Hatch, 8,
Drury/Holland, DNF – Monza, Drury/Sanger, DNF -05/68 : Targa Florio, 136, Drury/Sanger, 54th – Nuerburgring, 67,
Drury/Sanger, 34th – Spa, 36, Drury/Sanger, DNF – 07/68 : Castle
Combe, 100, Fry, 1st -07/68 : Silverstone, 8, Fry, DNF -08/68, Thruxton, 201, Fry, 2nd – Mallory Park, 121, Fry, DNS -
Silverstone, 131, Fry, 1st – Silverstone, Fry, 1st -09/68 : Brands Hatch, 112, Fry, DNF -08/70 : Shelsley Walsh, Wright, 2nd – 09/70 : Prescott, Wright, 2nd
- Pontypool, Wright, 2nd -10/70 : Weston-Super-Mare, Wright, 1st
GT40 P 1074 02/68 : Daytona, 9,
Hawkins/Hobbs, DNF -03/68 : Sebring, 29, Hawkins/Hobbs, 28th -04/68 : Le Mans Trials, 12, Ickx – Monza, 40, Hawkins/Hobbs, 1st -05/68 : Nuerburgring, 66, Hobbs/Redman, 6th -07/68 : Watkins Glen, 6, Hawkins/Hobbs, 2nd -09/68 : Le Mans, 10, Hawkins/Hobbs, DNF -10/68, Montlhery, 4, Beurlys/De Fierlant, 8th -04/69 : Brands Hatch, 10, Hobbs/Hailwood, 5th
GT40 P 1075 02/68 : Daytona, 8,
Ickx/Redman, DNF -03/68 : Sebring, 28, Ickx/Redman, DNF -04/68 : Brands Hatch, 4, Ickx/Redman, 1st – Monza, 39, Ickx/Redman,
DNF -05/68 : Nuerburgring, 65, Ickx/Hawkins, 3rd – Spa, 33, Ickx/Redman,
1st -07/68 : Watkins Glen, 5, Ickx/Bianchi, 1st -09/68 : Le Mans, 9, Rodriguez/Bianchi, 1st -02/69 : Daytona, 2, Hobbs/Hailwood, DNF -03/69 : Sebring, 22, Ickx/Oliver, 1st -06/69 : Le Mans, 6, Ickx/Oliver, 1st
GT40 P 1076 09/68 : Le Mans, 11,
Muir/Oliver, DNF -02/69 : Daytona, Ickx/Oliver, DNF -03/69 : Sebring, 23, Hobbs/Hailwood, DNF -06/69 : Le Mans, 7, Hobbs/Hailwood, 3rd
GT40 P 1077
GT40 P 1078 04/68 : Brands Hatch, 6,
Salmon/Piper, 11th -05/68 : Monza, 42, Piper/Salmon, DNF – Nuerburgring, 75,
Salmon/Piper, 14th – Spa, 35, Salmon/Piper, DNF -09/68 : Le Mans, 12, Salmon/Liddell, DNF -05/70 : Aintree, 71, Weir, 4th – Nuerburgring, 60, De
Cadenet/Forrester, DNF -06/70 : Snetterton, 217, Ogier, cl2 -07/70 : Vila Real, Weir, DNF -10/70 : Osterreichring, 10, Weir/De Cadenet, 11th – Montlhery,
Weir/De Cadenet, 7th
GT40 P 1079 04/68 : Monza, 49,
Mairesse/Beurlys, 7th -05/68 : Spa, 32, Mairesse/Beurlys, DNF -09/68 : Le Mans, 8, Mairesse/Beurlys, DNF Car destroyed at Le Mans
at 300km/h . A replica was built by Sbarro using this number ( as by
conversation with Franco Sbarro in 2004 ) own by Lecou in Belgium
GT40 P 1080
GT40 P 1081 04/69 : Brands Hatch, 9,
Kellenres/Jost, 16th – Monza, 35, Kelleners/Jost, 4th -05/69 : Spa, 37, Kelleners/Jost, 10th -06/69 : Nuerburgring, 36, Kelleners/Jost, 6th -06/69 : Le Mans, 68, Kelleners/Jost, 6th -07/69 : Watkins Glen, 7, Kelleners/Jost, 5th – Watkins Glen, 17, DNS
GT40 P 1082 04/69 : Monza, 37,
Martin/Bayard, DNS -05/69 : Dijon, Martin, 5th – Montlhery, Martin, 1st -06/69 : Montlhery, 33, Martin, 2nd – Le Mans, Bayard/Martin, DNS -09/69 : Tour De France, Martin/Samon, DNF -10/69 : Montlhery, Martin, 1st – Montlhery, Martin/Piot, 5th -
Casablanca, Martin, 1st – Montlhery, Martin, DNF -05/70 : Magny Cours, Martin, 2nd -09/70 : Tour DE France, Martin/Depret, DNF
GT40 P 1083 First owned by team
Colegio Arte E Instrucao (“CAI”) in Rio de Janeiro, 1969 – 1971.
Results: 11/69 Campeonato do Rio de Janeiro – 1st (Sydney Cardoso);
12/69 mil quilometros da Guanabara – DNF (Cardoso); 01/71 First
stage GP de Sao Paulo – 2nd (Cardoso); Second stage GP de Sao Paulo
- 5th (Cardoso).Sold to Wilson Fittipaldi in late 1971. According
to Fittipaldi Racing in Florida, raced five or six times in Brazil
by Fittipaldi, and once by Carlos Pace, under Bardahl sponsorship.
Reportedly won all races entered. Exact dates and venues unknown,
since Wilson Fittipaldi’s old records and photos have been lost.
Also used as a road car by Fittipaldi.Sold via Emerson Fittipaldi and Adrian Hamilton to George
Stauffer (USA) in 1982, then by Stauffer to Jim George (USA) in
1992, then to Arthur Urciuoli (USA) in 2002.
GT40 P 1084 05/68 : Spa, 34,
Hawkins/Hobbs, 4th
GT40 P 1085
GT40 P 1086
GT40 M3 1101
GT40 M3 1102
GT40 M3 1103
GT40 M3 1104
GT40 M3 1105 1968 : sold to Karajan -1973 : sold to Tony Brown – Sold to R. Cooper in 1975 – sold to
Novik -1978 sold to Kalko -Auction 1999 :Monterey – Auction 2000
GT40 M3 1106
GT40 M3 1107
GT40 P 1108
GT40 P 1109
GT40 P 1110
GT40 P 1111
GT40 P 1112 2003 March London auction
unfinished project
GT40 P 1113
GT40 P 1114
AM GT 1 03/66 : Sebring, 25,
Whitmore/Gardner, DNF -04/66 : Le Mans Trials, 16, Whitmore/Gardner
AM GT 2 03/66 : Sebring, 24,
Hill/Stewart, DNF -04/66 : Le Mans Trials, 15, Hill/Stewart/Hawkins -03/67 : Snetterton, 52, Hawkins, 1st – Silverstone, 4, Hawkins, 2nd
-04/67 : Silverstone, 29, Hawkins, 3rd -05/67 : Silverstone, 44, Hawkins, 1st – Crystal Palace, 42, Hawkins,
1st -06/67 : Clermont-Ferrand, 7, Hawkins, 1st -07/67 : Norisring, Hawkins, DNF – Silverstone, 47, Hawkins, DNF -08/67 : Karlskoga, 3, Hawkins, DNF – Zelweg, 5, Hawkins, 1st -
Brands Hatch, 52, Hawkins, 2nd -09/67 : Oulton Park, 91, Hawkins, 1st -04/68 : Brands Hatch, 5, Hawkins/Hobbs, 4th – Oulton Park, Hawkins,
2nd – Silverstone, 32, Hawkins, 3rd -05/68 : Zandvoort, 1, Hawkins, 1st -06/68 : Oulton Park, 38, Hawkins, 3rd – Anderstorp, Hawkins, 2nd -
Mallory Park, 62, Hawkins, 2nd – Norisring, Hawkins, 15th -07/68 : Vila Real, Hawkins, 3rd – Hockenheim, Hawkins, 3rd -
Silverstone, Hawkins, 2nd -08/68 : Karlskoga, 1, Hawkins, 3rd – Zeltweg, 20, Hawkins, 3rd -09/68 : Brands Hatch, 108, Hawkins, 10th – Hockenheim, Hawkins, 3rd
- Nuerburgring, Hawkins, 1st -10/68 : Montlhery, 3, Godia/Juncadella, DNF -03/69 : Silverstone, 35, Juncadella, DNS -04/69 : Snetterton, 59, Juncadella, 12th – Thruxton, 15, Juncadella,
7th – Brands Hatch, 11, Juncadella/Spice, DNF -05/69 : Montseny, Juncadella, 6th -06/69 : Jarama, Juncadella, 2nd -07/69 : Canencia, Juncadella, 1st – Morcuera, Juncadella, 2nd -09/69 : Alcaniz, Juncadella, 3rd -10/69 : Barcelona, 27, Juncadella/Spice, DNF – Montlhery,
Juncadella/Spice, DNF – Jarama, Juncadella/Spice, 3rd – 01/70 :
Buenos Aires, 16, Serra/Brea, DNF – Buenos Aires, 16, Brea/Serra,
DNF
XGT 1 06/66 : Le Mans, 8,
Whitmore/Gardner, DNF
XGT 2 06/66 : Le Mans,
Hill/Muir, DNF
XGT 3
M 10001 04/67 : Le Mans Trials,
12, Attwood – Monza, 6, Ickx/Rees, DNF -05/67 : Spa, 7, Piper, DNF – Nuerburgring, 6, Ickx/Attwood, DNF -06/67 : Le Mans, 14, Piper/Thompson, DNF -08/67 : Karlskoga, 2, Bonnier, 2nd -09/67 : Skarpnack, 2, Bonnier, 1st -11/67 : Kyalami, 4, Ickx/Redman, 1st -11/68 : Kyalami, 1, Ickx/Hobbs, 1st – Kyllarney, 2, Hobbs/Hailwood,
2nd -12/68 : Kumalo, 86, Guthrie, 3rd – Kumalo, Guthrie, DNS – Lourenco
Marques, 1, Guthrie/Hailwood, 1st – Pietermaritzburg, 1,
Guthrie/Hailwood, 2nd -01/69 : East London, Guthrie/Hailwood, DNS -06/69 : Norisring, 6,Hailwood, 12th -07/69 : Hockenheim, Nelson -11/69 : Kyalami, 3, Hailwood/Gethin, DNF – Killarney, 3,
Hailwood/Gethin, DNF -12/69 : Lourenco Marques ; 3, Attwood, 3rd – Kumalo,
Hailwood/Gethin, DNS – Pietermaritzburg, 3, Guthrie/Driver
M 10002 04/67 : Le Mans Trials,
14, Piper – Monza, 5, Piper/Thompson, 9th -05/67 : Nuerburgring, 5, Thompson, DNS
M 10003 05/67 : Spa, 6, Ickx/Thompson,
1st -06/67 : Le Mans, 15, Ickx/Muir, DNF -07/67 : Brands Hatch, 3, Rodriguez/Thompson, DNF -08/67 : Karlskoga, 1, Ickx, 1st -09/67 : Skarpnack, 1, Hawkins, 2nd -10/67 : Montlhery, 3, Ickx/Hawkins, 1st
J1 04/66 : Le Mans Trials, 1,
Mc Laren/Amon
J2
J3 04/67 : Le Mans Trials, 1,
Mc Laren
J4 04/67 : Sebring, 1, Mc
Laren/Andretti, 1st
J5 06/67 : Le Mans, 2, Mc
Laren/Donohue, 4th
J6 06/67 : Le Mans, 1,
Gurney/A.J Foyt, 1st
J7 06/67 : Le Mans, 3,
Andretti/Bianchi, DNF
J8 06/67 : Le Mans, 4, Ruby/Hulme,
DNF
J9
J10 06/69 : Mosport Park, 15,
Revson, DNS – St Jovite, 15, Revson, DNS -07/69 : Edmonton, 15, Cannon, DNF -08/69 : Mid-Ohio, 15, Follmer, DNS – Elkhart Lake, 15, Follmer, DNF
-09/69 : Michigan, 15, Brabham, DNF -11/69 : Texas, 15, Cannon, DNS – Mount Fuji, Cannon, 2nd -07/70 : Watkins Glen, 15, Cannon, DNF – Edmonton, 15, Hobbs, DNF -08/70 : Elkhart Lake, 15, Cannon, DNF -09/70 : Road Atlanta, 15, Yarbrought, DNF – Donnybrooke, 15, Elford,
DNS -10/70 : Laguna Seca, 15, Cannon, DNF -11/70 : Riverside, 15, Cannon, DNF
J11
J12
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