aims to provide a complete source of information for anyone
interested in the legendary Ford GT40 and its derivatives.
with archive and modern photographs together with articles
by leading GT40 historians such as John Allen and
Wallace Wyss with contributions by Ronnie Spain and Bryan Wingfield with more to come.
Eventually it will include information
and photographs of every GT40 built including race results, colour schemes
and magazine articles.
The "Shop" section contains various
posters and other items that you may wish to purchase. Hot favourite
is "The GT40 Illustrated Parts List" which is an essential
reference for those of you building or restoring GT40's. be they
original cars or replicas.
There is also a section on GT40 scale
models which is currently being updated. Find out
in the form of articles or pictures are always gratefully
received. I have already received a good number of excellent
photographs and I will be posting some of these shortly. Photos
sent in by Glenn Sexton and Thierry Lesparre have been published
in the updated "The Ford That Beat Ferrari" by Gordon Jones
and John Allen.
I am always
on the look-out for good quality archive photos and have
been known to actually pay money for them! If you have any,
please get in touch.
own a GT40 or have previously done so, why not share your
experiences with those of us who have been less fortunate!
If you worked for Ford Advanced Vehicles/J.W. Automotive
Engineering or Shelby American et al, you
could give us an insight into the building and racing of
these magnificent machines. If you have anything to
contribute, I can be
contacted using this e-mail link:
"Racing in the Rain" by John Horsman
has recently been published by David Bull Publishing and what a
cracking read it is, covering John's career starting with Aston
Martin through the Ford/Porsche years at FAV/JWA and after.
more... including an in-depth review by John Allen.
Hot of the press from
the fine people at Terrific Stuff is a superb DVD featuring the GT40
racing at Le Mans in 1968. Although it has been available on video
for some time, the move to the DVD format is very welcome. Find out
It's here at last, revised and updated
"The Ford That Beat Ferrari" by John Allen and Gordon Jones.