BMW V12 LMR
Steve Soper starred in the Williams-designed Le Mans prototype when he switched from tin tops in the late-1990s and ‘Soperman’ loved being back in the 1999 Le Mans-winning V12.
Tamiya R/C models
Life-sized recreations of three radio-controlled cult classics – the Sand Scorcher, Wild Willy and Fast Attack Vehicle – tackling the hill brought back kit-building memories for many, including me!
Vauxhall Carlton TS6000
Veteran Thundersaloon ace Pete Stevens strapped himself back into the 6-litre V8 monster in which he scored so many victories in the UK during the late-’80s – and got right back in the groove.
Delage 15 S8 Chassis no 1
Five of the 1.5-litre, supercharged eight-cylinder GP cars that dominated in 1927, securing the manufacturers’ crown, came to FOS and chassis #1, driven by Eddie Berrisford, was the best.
Road-racing legend Robert Dunlop starred on the JPS-liveried rotary Nortons. To see the late, great Irishman’s sons Michael and William – TT aces both – on a pair of them was superb.
Photography by Tom Shaxson