This is a little more than your usual, supermarket parking lot fender bender. It took place at the Japanese Grand Prix in 1977 and involved Gilles Villeneuve’s Ferrari and Ronnie Peterson’s Tyrrell P34 on lap #5, tragically some debris from the accident killed a marshal and a photographer, who had both been standing in a prohibited area of the track.
These sterling silver cufflinks by One Bond St. are a fitting tribute to Hill, they bear the colour scheme of his famous BRM P261 Formula 1 car as well as his racing number. You can pick up a pair for £90 and add a little bit of subtle 1960s motor racing flair to your wardrobe.
Just two Ferrari 275S Barchettas were built by Enzo and his legendary engineers in Maranello, it would be amongst the first models to wear the Ferrari badge and would contribute significantly to the reputation being developed by the burgeoning Italian automaker. The car was originally built in 1950 and fitted with a body by Carrozzeria…
With an estimated value of between €12,000 and €20,000 (roughly $13,500 USD to $22,500 USD), this one of a kind Fiat-Abarth Formula Libre racer is one of the least expensive and most entertaining entries into hill climb racing, Formule Libra racing, or just Ariel Atom spanking track day fun that we’ve seen in recent memory….