These slides are dated April 1964. Most of the images in the collection are from Sebring as i believe these are.
I agree. Here's his resume from Fusi's book "Tutte le vetture..." (p.832 lists his involvement with the TZs at Autodelta).Looks like Carlo Chiti is your "big" guy.
Uh... 750007 is gone.. doesn't exist anymore... burnt out at that same 1964 Sebring race...... and how the car with chassis nummer #750007 it is looking now.
Please pay attention that the first batch of slides refer to Sebring 64 and a second one to Sebring 65. The confusing feature is that the TZ used (partially) the same race numbers. In 65, the cars were fibreglass bodied, and without Rudge wheels.Best early colour photos of TZs that I've ever seen! Thank you so much for sharing. As an aside, some of the photos appear to show #55 with and without knock-off wheels. When did the transition occur?
Hello Jack,Uh... 750007 is gone.. doesn't exist anymore... burnt out at that same 1964 Sebring race...
I guess the proper phrasing should be "and how one of the cars that impersonate chassis number 750007 is looking now."