Gentlemens Drivers cup at the Historic Grand Prix 2016.
Almost in the evening, Jan Lammers ’88 Le Mans winner takes the wheel of a Ferrari 250 GTO ’64 build by Roelofs Engineering. He takes on the Shelby Cobra’s and Shelby Daytona coupe’s, the main rival of Ferrari back in the sixties. Jan starts as 2nd but finished at 7th.
I believe the GTO is a recreation build on a 1963 250 GT chassis, there are only 3 of the real ’64 model. But nonetheless, you can see this 250 GTO as the real thing only it is build by Roelofs Engineering in The Netherlands instead of Ferrari. Maybe it’s even better made with modern tools.
Roelofs Engineering prepare and restore Italian cars, mainly Ferrari’s from all over the world and are one of the best. At the Goodwood revival 2016 for example, Tom Kristensen won in a 250 GT SWB prepared by Roelofs Engineering.
Results (sadly not with the cars only drivers):