The class reserved for Italian cars, which saw only six cars on the track in 2012, this year has collected a good 21 entered cars, a real parade of Italian design. Among the most admired there was the Ferrari 250 SWB “Competizione” whose body was remade in 1964 by Piero Drogo, starting from a chassis built in 1961 and used by Francorchamps racing team. As it was considered as the last Gt racing car of the Piedmont driver and body builder, the car shouldn’t be taken for the more famous Breadvan, also derived from a SWB. Other car attracting the attention was the Ferrari 250 Boano, even if with a disputable streamline, represents the first car of the “prancing horse” designed for on-road version. Then, to increase the number of cars, the organization has allowed the entry of cars, even partly Italian ones, thus allowing as well the entry of two cars Porsche-Abarth Carrera and one Cooper Monaco-Maserati. After pole taken by De Siebenthal at the wheel of ISO Grifo A3/C with 2:06:834, the two 45’races saw a double win of Hugenholtz-Hart , in the Ferrari Drogo. In fact, on race 1 De Siebenthal didn’t manage to catch Hungenholtz because of trouble to brakes, after being protagonist of a bad start, whilst on race 2 Hart has driven in safety up to the crossing line because his rival wasn’t able to start.
RACE 1 CLASSIFICATION
RACE 2 CLASSIFICATION