Instead, Cottingham’s blue Tojeiro has dispatched six cars by the exit of Madgwick, twelve out of Fordwater and thirteen by Lavant – it would possibly have been more had he not slid wide at the second part of St. Mary’s in his haste to make it through the field.
While the rest of the race isn’t quite so dramatic (Julian Majzub is not making it quite so easy to make that 14th overtake into the chicane), as the standfirst to this article told you, it’s still an all action display, given he has to dispatch a lot more cars to reach the podium.
It’s a proper example of a talented driver (Cottingham also won the Gurney Cup earlier in the day in a GT40) and his machine being in perfect sync, as he basically dances the big straight-six-powered machine round not only Goodwood but also 24 other machines for that podium finish.
You have to just sit back and applaud the work.
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