James Cottingham and Harvey Stanley had lots of excitement on the track over this past weekend at the 79th Goodwood Members' Meeting.
Taking to the track first for the Graham Hill Trophy, Saturday's qualifying session saw the pair qualify P7 on the grid, one spot ahead of the Franchitti/Pastorelli Series II 250 GTO. Saturday's race went very well for the boys, running as high as third place with five minutes to go, until James was bumped in the rear by another car, forcing the Cobra off the track and out of the race.
Stepping in for David Cottingham, James took the wheel of the Ferrari 500TRC, qualifying P8 in the Peter Collins Trophy. Moving through the pack, James managed to finish 5th overall, an excellent showing for the 500TRC. Elsewhere on the grid, the Austin-Healey 100S currently available for sale with DK finished in 13th place, proving its reliability following multiple entries at Goodwood amongst other events.
The start of the Peter Collins Trophy was delayed due to a major incident in the A.F.P. Fane Trophy. Our thoughts are with the driver involved and his family. We wish him all the best for a speedy recovery.
James Cottingham and DK will be back on track this coming weekend in the first two rounds of the Intelligent Money British GT Championship at Oulton Park, with James racing alongside Lewis Williamson.
DK does have a handful of Goodwood-eligible cars available for purchase, including the aformentioned Austin-Healey 100S and Lister-Costin both currently live on our website. Additionally, do contact us should you be interested in a front-running, Stirling Moss Trophy-eligible car.
Photos by Rob Cooper (https://www.rwcphoto.com/) and Sean Faroqui. Special thanks to Pusuit Racing (https://www.pursuitracing.co.uk/) for providing race support for the Cobra