The Spyder had a steel body with aluminium bonnet and an optional hard top sainted of the coupe’s superleggera construction.
Just 242 examples of the Spyder were built between 1959 and 1964, when the Maserati 3500 GT was succeeded by the Maserati Sebring.
Outside the Jackie Stewart Pavilion, meanwhile, there’s a glorious tribute to the 1957 Nurburgring Grand Prix, perhaps the greatest GP of all time. The Fangio-winning 250F will take part in a live demonstration on Friday and Saturday, and will be positioned in the themed pits when not on the move.
Maserati fans can get their fill of racing cars with Maseratis competing in the Goodwood Trophy, Sussex Trophy, Freddie March Memorial Trophy and Richmond Trophy.