A selection of historic racing photo's from
Works mechanics wheel out car #20 Phil Hill's F1 Dino
(the future Pat Hoare car) for the start of the 1960 Italian
Grand Prix at Monza.
Phil Hill (closest to camera) lines up for the start of
the race alongside fellow Californian Ritchie Ginther and Willy
Mairesse, of Belgium, all in identical Ferraris.
At Monza, Enzo Ferrari relaxes in the sunshine, Wolfgang
von Trips sits on the pit wall to catch up on some mail, and
Phil Hill listens as Ferrari engineer Carlo Chiti tells him how
the race should be managed.
Phil Hill, always extremely thoughtful and systematic
before the start of a race, prepares to climb aboard his
Formula One Ferrari.
A pristine Ferrari 625 Special with Pat Hoare in sun hat
and sports coat standing behind the car
The remains of the Frank Shuter/Pat Hoare 625 racing car
Frank Shuter/Pat Hoare 625 racing car being removed from
the circuit after Frank Shuter's Lady Wigram Trophy Race crash
The official timekeepers' car after being hit at high
speed by the spinning Ferrari during the very wet Lady Wigram
A proud Pat Hoare with his Ferrari V12 ex-racing car,
rebodied in New Zealand with approval and involvement of Enzo
Chris Amon in the Tasman Series Ferrari 246T at speed in
the 1968 New Zealand Grand Prix
Finding a Ferrari Team Car P3 Alfa Romeo sitting in a Shed in West Auckland, New Zealand