One thing I have noticed, is that there are always certain cars which are quite difficult to find pics of- it's usually easy to find shots of the likes of Rouse, Gravett, Johnson, or the Eggenberger Texaco cars on the web, but some of the lower-profile midfield entries, or cars that didn't do full seasons are much more difficult- I'm thinking of cars like Graham Hathaway's yellow car in Phil's pic a few posts back, or the Terry Drury Racing trio of Dave Pinkney, Mike O'Brien and Robin Donovan in 1989.
As I've mentioned Dave Pinkney, here's a shot of his RS500 from his website- with the distinctive pink/white/blue colourscheme, it was a difficult car to miss- and yet I don't think I ever got a pic of it, (though I only got to one BTCC round that year) http://www.pinkd.co....sierraRS500.jpg
One of the particularly rare BTCC RS500s- F3000 team Crypton Engineering fielded a car for Italian F3/F3000 driver Amato Ferrari (better known these days for his successful Ferrari FIA GT team AF Engineering) in a couple of BTCC rounds in 1990- the races at the Brands F3000 meeting and Birmingham.
These are the only pics I ever took of it, and I don't recall seeing too many others in print, let alone on the web:
Anyone know the story behind this one? Presumably the fact that it appeared at the rounds supporting F3000 races might be significant...
Edited by Kevan, 29 October 2009 - 11:18.