With continuation cars or clones or original becoming more frequent, it was great to see this genuine Ferrari 250 GT SWB Comp/61 returning to the track during this year's Dix Mille Tours. The 'SEFAC Hot Rod' was originally run by Scuderia Serenissima for the likes of Graham Hill, Maurice Trintignant and Jo Bonnier. It has had an eventful life but during the mid-2000s, 2845GT was beautifully restored by Ferrari Classiche using its original body.
This Viper GTS-R was painted by Hervé di Rosa with a most suitable art-car livery. It was raced with considerable success by François Lafon and Jean-Pierre Jarier. Still in French hands, C26 was also out at the Dix Mille Tours.
Freshly restored, this ex-Konrad Porsche 911 GT2 was pressed back into action at the Monza Historic in September. It was raced extensively in the ALMS and the FIA GT Championship in period.
Another machine out at Monza that we had not seen before was this Argo JM19B Cosworth. One of four JM19s built in 1987, it was raced mainly in local Swiss championship events but with considerable success. Now in Italian hands, the JM19B has been painted like the JM19 that raced at Le Mans in 1988.

Enjoy the links:

1987 Argo JM19B Cosworth

2000 Dodge Viper GTS-R (C26)

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Comp/61 (2845GT)

1998 Porsche 911 GT2 R (WP0ZZZ99ZTS394063)