The 2018 Goodwood Revival was its usual mix of History, Nostalgia, Glamour and Style!
I was lucky enough to be photographing, as part of the Team 13COB, an AC Cobra with an envious racing pedigree.
The dates and route for the 2019 Mille Miglia have been announced.
Delighted to have been commissioned by Ecurie Berrtell - "The World's foremost specialist in pre-war Aston Martins" - to photograph three of their latest acquisitions - A 1934 Aston Martin MK11 Special Sports salloon - A 1937 Aston Martin 15/98 Drop Head Coupe - A 1938 Aston Martin Short Chassis 15/98
The full shoot can be seen at www.ecuriebertelli.com - then click on showroom
The cars are currently available to purchase £195,00 - £160,000 - and £250,000 respectively - pleae contact Ecurie Bertelli direct on 01234 240024
Delighted to be included in "Partner News" - in the February issue of the Gauge Pilot Newsletter, and I'm very much looking forward to working with Nigel Cousins again at this years Mille Miglia.
I've heard many teams say that the Gauge Pilot instrumentation has revolusioned the life of the navigator and indeed the whole team at the Mille MIglia - to see why....
This is your potted Mille Miglia guide - hope you find it helpful.....
A BRIEF HISTORY
The Mille Miglia is an open road race between the town of Brescia in Lombardy, and Rome - and back again, a distance of approximately 1000 miles. Enzo Ferrari famously called it “the most beautiful race in the world”It originally ran between 1927 and 1957 but following two fatal crashes in 1957 it was banned until, in 1977 the name was revived and the original route was adopted again
Today, the Mille MIglia is a regularity race run on open roads attracting entrants from across the world
Taking place each May, the entry is limited to marques that took part in the race between 1927 and 1957
Attracting approximately 450 cars each year it is one of Italy’s premier classic car events
Tazio Nuvolari, Italy’s racing legend is said to have compared the Mille Miglia to an exotic cocktail - “you can’t name all the ingredients, but once you've experienced it you’ll never forget the taste”