Hope you don't think it too indulgent, and hope that you can come up with more.
From the first Christie's Historic Festival at Silverstone, 1990
Highlight of that first festival was the appearance of Neil Corner's Mercedes W154, and Auto Union driven by John Surtees. At the last minute, Corner decided to enter the Mulberry 100-mile GP cars race, but was put off course by an errant Riley on the first lap. The driver's group features Willie Green, Rupert Keegan, Barrie Williams and Neil Corner (in car)
Willie Green in the 1957 German GP-winning 250F, and Alain de Cadenet with Vanwall VW10, then owned by the Swedish consortioum, AB Consolidator.
The McLaren M8Fs of Charlie Agg and Sir John Whitmore. Sir John showed that he was still a contender taking one win in the two-part International Supersports Cup.
From the first Goodwood Festival of Speed 1993. It was all very low-key, in contrast to subsequent years, with a very relaxed, garden party atmosphere. Note "the right crowd and no crowding" and lack of sponsors' marquees.
Willie Green with Carol Spagg's Alfa 158/159 and Dan Margulies' Maserati 4CLT
Anthony Maclean's Lancia D24 Replica, and Frank Sytner with Sir Anthony Bamford's ex-Maranello Concessionaires' 250GTO
Rodney Felton with Tom Wheatcroft's "Thinwall" Special, and Roy Salvadori talking to Simon Draper, whose DB3S he drove in a demonstration.
Edited by Alan Cox, 23 March 2013 - 18:11.