The Geelong Revivsal Motoring Festival kicks off this Saturday with about 120 cars & motorbikes competing. The earlier cars, however, will come out on Sunday with a full 150 contingent including a few vehicles arranged by Historic Racing Australia.
A tribute to Maserati is being held under the HRA banner in the pit area with the competing rare Maseratis of Andrew Cannon & Damian Cessario. Cannon’s car is the red 150/250S, while Cessario’s is the beautiful A6G Coupe – one of only 15 in the world. The 150S is even rarer worldwide is it’s the sole 150S to have being fitted with a 250F motor in period by the late, great Carroll Shelby.
The collection of vehicles in our stable will also include a 1927 Talbot Darracq GP car, and the 1964 Tasman Series winning Cooper T70 – the first ‘McLaren built racing car’.