Originally delivered to its first owners (Piccinini and Walker) in August 1960 and registered “MO59305”, the all-alloy bodied, Dark Blue 250GT SWB was entered into the 1960 Tourist Trophy race at Goodwood entered by Tommy SOPWITH’s famous ECURIE ENDEAVOUR Team, where it won driven by Stirling MOSS.
This car passed through the hands of notable car collectors over the next 50 years (Neil CORNER, Sir Anthony BAMFORD / JCB – who re-registered the car “LUP70L” and LeMans racer, Simon PHILLIPS) before being raced at Goodwood in 2003 by Neil CORNER and Stirling MOSS.
#2119GT was fully restored by DK ENGINEERING in 2013, who arranged its subsequent sale, in 2014, to Ross BRAWN, the famous Ferrari F1 Design chief. The registration changing to the current “7SPA”.
Both Ross and Stirling raced the car at the 2015 Goodwood Revival meeting.