FIA Diecast 1962 to 1965

From 1962 to 1965, the FIA called the top series the International Championship for GT Manufacturers. The schedule was expanded to include several events for the GT-class only. Prototypes still raced at the longer traditional events such as Sebring, LeMans, Nurburging, and the Targa Florio. But the GT series carried the prestige of being the "World Championship", and Ferrari proudly dominated with their 250 GTO.

The GT class had several subclasses for different engine sizes, and for the overall championship the top class was for cars over 2.0 liters. Many events had further divisions, especially for 3.0 litre cars. While these extra subdivisions would be awarded class wins, the overall championship points were for all cars above 2.0 liters.

1962

Daytona Continental

Bill France staged a southern-fried World Championship event using the infield road course, thus inventing the "roval". Despite the cultural void between the somewhat-prissy Europeans, the event was well received, and would evolve into the famous 24-hour event.

Lotus 23 excluded from Le Mans

The Lotus 23 failed scrutineering at the last minute when it was discovered that the front and rear wheels had different bolt patterns. An enraged Colin Chapman left in disgust, vowing never to return...

This event is oddly relevant to the history of Can-Am racing. During these years the "Protoype" class was completely dominated by Ferrari, and much has been said about their ability to influence politics. The prototype class also had peculiar design requirements that mandated trunk space, spare tires, and other elements that did not necessarily increase performance.

So faced with a hostile environment in Europe, Lotus designed their next two-seater racing car to NOT comply with intenational prototype rules. This car was the Lotus 30, and while it had its own problems, its presence and availability gave a huge boost to the concept of "Sports Racers".

Ferrari Dino

Enzo had a huge distaste for rear-engined cars, and was so reluctant to produce one that he called this first series 'Dinos' rather than Ferraris. This was to hedge against any potential failures. It all worked out, as these cars scored back-to-back wins at the Targa Florio, plus a win at the 'ring in 1962.

Porsche-Abarth Carerra GTL

This car was a rebodied Porsche 356B, and was Porsche's GT car of choice until the arrival of the 904 in 1964

International Championship for GT Manufacturers 1962

Place

Car
Sponsor

Car # Class

Model

Ref. #

Image

Daytona
1Lotus 19B Climax
Dan Gurney
96
S 2.5
Spark
S0256
Top Model030
2Ferrari Dino 246 SP1Art ModelART068
4Ferrari 250 GT Sperimentale
Stirling Moss
18
GT 3.0
Bang
7195
Sebring
2Ferrari 250 GTO
Phil Hill
Olivier Gendebien
(First race for a 250 GTO)
N.A.R.T.
24
GT 3.0
Fabbri
(Ferrari Racing Collection)(Issue #11)
Box8432
Bang
432
9Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Edgar Barth
Paul Ernst Strähle
49
GT 1.6
Best
9434
28Ferrari 250 GT Sperimentale
Ed Hugus
George Reed
28
GT 3.0
Bang
7198
DNFFerrari Dino 246 SP34Art ModelART209
Targa Florio
1Ferrari Dino 246 SP152Art ModelART021
2Ferrari Dino 196 SP120Art ModelART022
3Porsche Porsche 718 GTR
Nino Vaccarella
Jo Bonnier
108
P 2.0
Spark
MAP02017115
4Ferrari 250 GTO
Giorgio Scarlatti
Pietro Ferraro
86
GT 3.0
Box
8408
Brumm
R535
Red Line
RL182
6Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Hans Herrmann
Herbert Linge
(Joint entry with Porsche & Scuderia SSS)
42
GT 1.6
Best
9384
10Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL44Best
19Ferrari 250 GT California82Art Model
N/CFerrari 250 GT SWB
Giuseppe Crespi
Alberto Federici
96
GT 3.0
Bang
7353
DNFPorsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Paul Ernst Strähle
Fritz Hahnl, Jr.
50
GT 1.6
Best
9425
Nürburgring
1Ferrari Dino 246 SP
Phil Hill
Olivier Gendebien
92
S 3.0
Art Model
ART034
37Ferrari 250 GTO
Giorgio Scarlatti
Pietro Ferraro
54
GT 3.0
Bang
7286
DNFLotus 23 Ford
Jim Clark
Trevor Taylor
84
S 2.0
Spark
S0251
Le Mans
1Ferrari 330 TRI/LM
Olivier Gendebien
Phil Hill
6
EXP 4.0
Red Line
RL130
Fabbri
(Ferrari Racing Collection)
(Issue #18)
2Ferrari 250 GTO
Jean Guichet
Pierre Noblet
19
GT 3.0
Red Line
RL115
Bang
464
Brumm
R534
Box8464
Altaya
Solido2403
Kyosho05121A
3Ferrari 250 GTO
"Eldé"
"Jean Beurlys"
22
GT 3.0
Bang
7226
Kyosho05121B
4Jaguar E-Type (Coupe)
Briggs Cunningham
Roy Salvadori
10
GT 4.0
Best
9022
SparkS2101
Kyosho
03064A
Box8450
5Jaguar E-Type (Coupe)9Best9240
6Ferrari 250 GTO
Bob Grossman
Glenn Roberts
N.A.R.T.
17
EXP 3.0
Brumm
R532
Red Line
RL164
7Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL





34
GT 1.6
Best
8Lotus Elite
David Hobbs
Frank Gardner
44
GT 1.3
Ixo
LMC119
9Ferrari 250 GT SWB EXP (Sperimentale)
Ed Hugus
George Reed
21
GT 3.0
Bang
7197
10Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Zagato





39
GT 1.3
Exem
EX RLM022
11

12Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Robert Buchet
Heinz Schiller
35
GT 1.6
Best
9362
13Morgan Plus 4 Super Sports29VitesseL151
14Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero
Claude Dubois
Georges Harris
43
EXP 1.3
Ixo
LMC147
Spark
DNFFerrari Dino 268 SP27Art ModelART212
DNFFerrari Dino 246 SP
Pedro Rodriguez
Ricardo Rodriguez
28
EXP 2.5
Art Model
ART042
DNFFerrari 250 GTO
Innes Ireland
Masten Gregory
(Number font is inaccurate; Scuderia Ferrari badge should not be present; Model is the same as Bang #402)
20
GT 3.0
Box
8402
Red Line
RL119
Brumm
R533
Bang402
DNFAbarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero
Roger Delageneste
Jean Rolland
41
EXP 1.3
Ixo
LMC145
DNFFerrari 330 GTO
Mike Parkes
Lorenzo Bandini
7
EXP 4.0
Bang
7354
Red Line
RL120
DNFJaguar E-Type
Maurice Charles
John Coundley
8
GT 4.0
Spark
S2103
Best9161
DNFFerrari 250 GT SWB Drogo ('Breadvan')
Carlo Mario Abate
Colin Davis
16
EXP 3.0
Fabbri
(Ferrari Racing Collection)
(Issue #39)
DNFFerrari 250 GTO
Nino Vaccarella
Giorgio Scarlatti
58
GT 3.0
Red Line
RL117
DNFPorsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Ben Pon
Carel Godin de Beaufort
30
GT 1.6
Best
9387
DNFAbarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero
Gianni Balzarini
Franz Albert
62
EXP 1.3
Ixo
LMC148
DNFAbarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero
Henri Oreiller
Tom Spychinger
42
EXP 1.3
Ixo
LMC146
DNFTVR TVR Grantura
Peter Bolton
Ninian Sanderson
31
EXP 2.0
Spark
S0223
TestLotus 23 Ford
Jim Clark
Trevor Taylor
(Failed tech inspection due to wheel bolt pattern)
47
EXP 1.0
Spark
S0252
TestLotus 23 Climax
Les Leston
Tony Shelly
(Failed tech inspection due to wheel bolt pattern)
48
EXP 850
Spark
S0253
Tourist Trophy
1Ferrari 250 GTO
Innes Ireland
15
GT +2.0
Bang
(Promotional)
521
2Ferrari 250 GTO
Graham Hill
10
GT +2.0
Brumm
R538
4Jaguar E-Type Spider (Hard Top)
Roy Salvadori
11
GT +2.0
Best
9035
6Jaguar E-Type (Coupe)
Dick Protheroe
14
GT +2.0
Box
8443
Best
9016
DNFFerrari 250 GTO
John Surtees
6
GT +2.0
Box
8404
Montlhéry
1Ferrari 250 GTO
Pedro Rodriguez
Ricardo Rodriguez
1
GT +2.0
Bang
7095
Brumm
R530

1963

1963 saw the arrival of the Shelby Cobra, the quintessential American sports Car.

Chevrolet also got into road racing by developing the Corvette 'Grand Sport'. While it looked like a normal corvette, this car was actually one of the first GTP's. It had little in common with the production version, and GM sold the 5 cars to top-level privateers.

International Championship for GT Manufacturers 1963

Place

Car
Sponsor

Car # Class

Model

Ref. #

Image

Daytona 3 Hours
1Ferrari 250 GTO
Pedro Rodriguez
N.A.R.T.
18
GT 3.0
Red Line
RL185
Brumm
R565
5Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Jo Bonnier
15
GT 2.0
Ebbro
45035
7Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Bob Holbert
14
GT 2.0
Ebbro
45034
23Shelby Cobra
Skip Hudson
97
GT 5.0
Bang
7293
Sebring
1Ferrari 250P
John Surtees
Ludovico Scarfiotti
30
P 3.0
Art Model
ART119
7Jaguar E-Type Spider (Hard Top)
Ed Leslie
Frank Morrill
23
GT 4.0
Best
9396
9Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Don Wester
Bob Holbert
44
GT 2.0
Best
9375
10Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Edgar Barth
Herbert Linge
43
GT 2.0
Best
9465
29Shelby Cobra
Dan Gurney
Phil Hill
15
GT +4.0
Spark
S1179
Bang
414
29Shelby Cobra15Box8414
DNFShelby Cobra
Ken Miles
16
GT +4.0
Spark
S1180
Targa Florio
1Porsche 718 GTR
(No truly accurate model available; Solido created the 'Porsche GT' #134 in the 1960's_
160
P 2.0

3Porsche Carrera 2000 GS GT80SparkMP008
5Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Antonio Pucci
Paul Ernst Strähle
76
GT 2.0
Best
9357
12Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Gerhard Koch
Sven von Schröter
62
GT 1.6
Best
9437
21Jaguar E-Type (Coupe)
Innocente Baggio
Clemente Ravetto
122
GT +3.0
Best
9367
DNFFerrari 250P
John Surtees
Mike Parkes
174
P 3.0
Art Model
ART129
DNFFerrari 250P172Art ModelART152
DNFFerrari 250 GTO106Bang1015
Nurburgring
1Ferrari 250 P
John Surtees
Willy Mairesse
110
P 3.0
Art Model
ART126
Fabbri
(Ferrari Racing Collection)
(Issue #17)
6Ferrari 250 GTO
David Piper
Ed Cantrell
47
GT 3.0
Bang
7165
DNFJaguar E-Type Spider (Hard Top)
Peter Lindner
Peter Nöcker
67
GT +3.0
Best
9037
DNFFerrari 250 P
Ludovico Scarfiotti
Mike Parkes
111
P 3.0
Art Model
ART214
Le Mans
1Ferrari 250 P
Lorenzo Bandini
Ludovico Scarfiotti
21
P 3.0
Art Model
ART139
Ixo
('Le Mans Winners')
LM1963
2Ferrari 250 GTO
"Jean Beurlys"
Gerard Langlois von Ophem
24
GT 3.0
Red Line
RL116
Bang
7146
Kyosho
05121C
3Ferrari 250 P
Mike Parkes
Umberto Maglioli
22
P 3.0
Ixo
LMC070
4Ferrari 250 GTO
Pierre Dumay
Leon Dernier
25
GT 3.0
Brumm
R531
Solido
2404
7Shelby Cobra
Ninian Sanderson
Peter Bolton
3
GT +3.0
Bang
438
Spark
S1181
Box
8438
9Jaguar E-Type Spider (Hard Top)
Briggs Cunningham
Bob Grossman
15
GT +3.0
Best
9151
Kyosho
03063A
10Lotus Elite Climax
Pat Fergusson
John Wagstaff
39
GT 1.3
IXO
LMC120 
DNFFerrari 250 P
John Surtees
Willy Mairesse
23
P 3.0
Ixo
LMC071
DNFAlpine M63
Bernard Boyer
Guy Verrier
50
P 3.0
Top Model
TMC 261 
DNFShelby Cobra
Ed Hugus
Peter Jopp
4
GT +3.0
Box
8420 
Spark
S1182
Bang
420
DNFPorsche 356B 2000 GS GT
Heinz Schiller
Ben Pon
30
GT 2.0
Spark
S1966 
DNFPorsche 718/8 GTR Coupe
Jo Bonnier
Tony Maggs
27
P 3.0
Spark
S1348
DNFPorsche 356B 2000 GS GT
Gerhard Koch
Carel Godin de Beaufort
29
GT 2.0
Spark
S1967 
DNFAlpine M63
René Richard
Piero Frescobaldi
49
P 3.0
Top Model
TMC 260 
DNFAlpine M63
José Rosinski
Christian Heins
48
P 3.0
Top Model
TMC 259 
DNFRené Bonnet Aérodjet LM6
Jean-Pierre Manzon
Jean Rolland
52
P 3.0
Bizarre
BZ446 
DNFJaguar E-Type
Paul Richards
Roy Salvadori
16
GT +3.0
Best
9205 
DNFRené Bonnet Aérodjet LM6
Roger Masson
Pierre Monneret
51
P 3.0
Bizarre
BZ449 
Tourist Trophy
1Ferrari 250 GTO
Graham Hill
11
GT 3.0
Box
8409
Brumm
R537
Bang
409
5Ferrari 250 GTO
David Piper
16
GT 3.0
Box
8403
Tour de France
1Ferrari 250 GTO
José Behra
Pierre Noblet
165
GT +2.0
Bang
7291
Brumm
R566
DNFJaguar E-Type (Coupe)177Best9342

1964

Porsche 904

The Porsche 904 was run early in the season in the Prototype class. Later it was homologated, and was then able to run as a GT car. It scored a crucial overall win at the Targa Florio, which broke Ferrari's longtime domination of major events.

This represents a major gap for collectors, as there have been few versions of these cars. Vitesse issued some nice Le Mans units, but went went out of business shortly thereafter. Ebbro released an item from the 1964 Japan GP, but there are many other more famous variations that would be more collectable. Minichamps has had a 'Daytona Continental' version listed for years, but so far there has been no sign of an actual model.

International Championship for GT Manufacturers 1964

Place

Car
Sponsor

Car # Class

Model

Ref. #

Image

Daytona 2000 Kilometers (GT Cars Only)
1Ferrari 250 GTO 64
Pedro Rodriguez
Phil Hill
30
GT +2.0
Fabbri
(Ferrari Racing Collection)
#15
2Ferrari 250 GTO
David Piper
Lucien Bianchi
35
GT +2.0
Bang
7141
11Ferrari 250 GTO
Bill Eve
Larry Perkins
32
GT +2.0
Brumm
R339
Sebring
1Ferrari 275 P
Mike Parkes
Umberto Maglioli
22
P +3.0
Art Model
ART135
4Shelby Cobra Daytona
Bob Holbert
Dave MacDonald
Shelby American
10
GT 5.0
TrueScale
TSM134316
12Porsche 356B Carrera Abarth GTL
Chuck Cassel
Don Sesslar
45
GT 2.0
Best
9410
13Alfa Romeo TZ1
Jim Kaser
Chuck Stoddard
53
GT 1.6
Best
9190
18Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
Roger Penske
Jim Hall
4
P +3.0
TrueScale
TSM124321
Universal Hobbies2010
21Ford Cortina Lotus Mk I
Jim Clark
Ray Parsons
59
GT 1.6
Minichamps
400 648259
23Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
A.J. Foyt
John Cannon
2
P +3.0
Universal Hobbies
2001
32Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
Delmo Johnson
David Morgan
3
P +3.0
Universal Hobbies
2002
39Bizzarrini Iso Griffo A3C
Enus Wilson
William McLaughlin
Ed Hugus
5
P +3.0
Spark
S0387
DNFFerrari 330P
Graham Hill
Jo Bonnier
24
P +3.0
Art Model
ART185
DNFFerrari 330P
Pedro Rodriguez
John Fulp
25
P +3.0
Art Model
ART177
Targa Florio
1Porsche 904 GTS
Antonio Pucci
Colin Davis
86
GT 2.0
Spark
S3449
3Alfa Romeo TZ1
Roberto Bussinello
Nino Todaro
58
GT 1.6
Best
9067
8Shelby Cobra
'Goodyear'
Dan Gurney
Allan Grant
146
GT+3.0
Bang
423
Box
8423
9Ferrari 250 GTO
Ulf Norinder
Picko Troberg
112
GT 3.0
Brumm
R536
Bang
(Automobilia Promotional)
512
13Ferrari 250 GT Lusso
Baldassare Taormina
Pasquale Tacci
120
GT 3.0
Best
9078
Fabbri
(Ferrari Racing Collection)
Issue #29
16Alfa Romeo TZ1
Antonio Nicodemi
Francesco Lessona
62
GT 1.6
Best
9400
DNFShelby Cobra
'Goodyear'
Phil Hill
Bob Bondurant
Shelby American
142
GT +3.0
Bang
7310
DNFShelby Cobra
Zourab Tchkotoua
Tommy Hitchcock
152
GT+3.0
Bang
7352
DNFShelby Cobra
'Goodyear'
Masten Gregory
Innes Ireland
Shelby American
148
GT +3.0
Bang
7339
Nürburgring 1000 Kilometres
1Ferrari 275P
Ludovico Scarfiotti
Nino Vaccarella
144
P +3.0
Art Model
ART183
9Ford GT40
Phil Hill
Bruce McLaren
(First race for the GT40)
140
P +3.0
Bizarre
BZ269
23Shelby Cobra
Jo Schlesser
Richard Attwood
Team Shelby American
99
GT +3.0
Spark
S1185
46Ferrari 275P143Art ModelART163
DNFFerrari 250 LM
"Jean Beurlys"
Pierre Dumay
134
P +3.0
Box
8435
Best9009
DNFFerrari 275P
Graham Hill
Innes Ireland
142
P +3.0
Art Model
ART229
Le Mans
1Ferrari 275P
Jean Guichet
Nino Vaccarella
20
P 5.0
Art Model
ART154
2Ferrari 330P
Graham Hill
Jo Bonnier
14
P 5.0
Art Model
ART200
3Ferrari 330P
John Surtees
Lorenzo Bandini
19
P 5.0
Art Model
ART166
4Shelby Cobra Daytona
Dan Gurney
Bob Bondurant
Shelby American
10
GT +3.0
TrueScale
TSM134317
5Ferrari 250 GTO '6424Jouef1002
6Ferrari 250 GTO25
7Porsche 904 GTS34VitesseVCC99006
8Porsche 904 GTS33VitesseVCC99052
9Ferrari 250 GTO27
10Porsche 904 GTS
Gerhard Koch
Heinz Schiller
31
GT 2.0
Vitesse
VCC99031
11Porsche 904 GTS
Herbert Müller
Claude Sage
35
GT 2.0
Vitesse
VCC99063
15Alfa Romeo TZ1
Giampiero Biscaldi
Giancarlo Sala
40
GT 1.6
Best
9097
16Ferrari 250 LM
Pierre Dumay
Gerard Langlois van Ophem
23
P 5.0
Best
9499
DNFFord GT4010BizarreBZ271
DNFMaserati Tipo 151/3
André Simon
Maurice Trintignant
2
P 5.0
Edicola
(Maserati 100 Years Collection)
#11
DNFFerrari 275P21Art ModelART181
DNFFerrari 275P
Giancarlo Baghetti
Umberto Maglioli
22
P 5.0
Art Model
ART158
DNFFord GT4011BizarreBZ272
DNFFerrari 330P
Pedro Rodriguez
Skip Hudson
15
P 5.0
Art Model
ART148
DNFFord GT4012BizarreBZ273
DNFAlfa Romeo TZ1
Jean Rolland
Fernand Masoero
40
GT 1.6
Best
9068
Verem605
DNFFerrari 250 LM
David Piper
Jochen Rindt
58
P 5.0
Best
9478
Reims
2Ferrari 250 LM
John Surtees
Lorenzo Bandini
8
P +3.0
Best
9187 
Goodwood Tourist Trophy
12Lotus 30
Jim Clark
1
SR/P +1.6
Spark
S2210
Sierre Montagna
4Shelby Cobra
'Goodyear'
Bob Bondurant
176
GT +3.0
Bang
7342
Monza
7Alfa Romeo TZ1
Antonio Nicodemi
7
GT 1.6
Delprado
('World Racing Car Collection')
 
Tour de France
1Ferrari 250 GTO
Lucien Bianchi
Georges Berger
'Ecurie Francorchamps Collection'
172
GT 3.0
Brumm
EF07
1Ferrari 250 GTO172Box8458
Kyosho05121D
Bang458
7Alfa Romeo TZ1
Jean Rolland
Gabriel Augias
150
GT 1.6
Best
9074
8Ford Mustang
Peter Procter
Andrew Cowan
83
T +3.0
Premium X
PRD310
13Ferrari 250 GTO175Solido1902
14Ferrari 250 GTO '64170Jouef1037
DNFFord Mustang
Henri Greder
Martial Delalande
84
T +3.0
Premium X
PRD311
Bridgehampton
2Ferrari 275 P
Pedro Rodriguez
81
SR/P+1.6
Art Model
ART334
DNFFerrari 365P
Ludovico Scarfiotti
80
SR/P+1.6
Art Model
ART201
Monza - (Non-Championship)
1Ferrari 250 LM
Nino Vaccarella
31
Best
9266
Silverstone - International Trophy (GT Support Race)
10Lotus Elan (Type 26R - 'Goldbug')
Jim Clark
16
GT 1.6
Ebbro
44661
Kyalami 9 Hours
1Ferrari 250 LM
David Piper
Tony Maggs
1
A
Best
9537

1965

The year 1965 was the end of the classic GTIII era. Shelby took the championship over Ferrari, who had abandoned the GT class to concentrate on prototypes. It was also the last year of the legendary Reims 12 hours, which began at 11PM and lasted through the night. The ruins of the pits, scoreboard, and grandstands are still on the side of the same country road in the beautiful Champagne reigon of France. The GT cars were road-legal, displayed license plates, and drove themselves to the event.

Prototypes also ran at Monza, and the manufacturers interest shown by Ford, Porsche, and Chevrolet prompted the FIA to include prototypes at all events in 1966.

Prototypes and Sports Racers...

Around this time, many American and British constructors began making two-seat cars that did not have the required design elements (trunk space, spare tires) that were required by the FIA "Appendix C" regulations. The American events had separate classes for the "Sports Racers" that would go on to be the backbone of Can-Am.

International Championship for GT Manufacturers 1965

Place

Car
Sponsor

Car # Class

Model

Ref. #

Image

Daytona 2000 km
1Ford GT40
Ken Miles
Lloyd Ruby
Shelby American
73
P
Spark
43DA65
2Shelby Cobra Daytona
Jo Schlesser
Harold Keck
Bob Johnson
Shelby American
13
GT +3.0
Truescale
TSM134318
DNFFerrari 330 P2
John Surtees
Pedro Rodriguez
N.A.R.T.
77
P
Best
9583
Sebring
1Chaparral 2A
Jim Hall
Hap Sharp
31
SR +2.0
Truescale
TSM124314
3Ferrari 250 LM
David Piper
Tony Maggs
31
P 4.0
Best
9244
8Ferrari 275 P
Umberto Maglioli
Giancarlo Baghetti
33
SR +2.0
Art Model
ART301
12Ferrari 275 P32Art ModelART211
14Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
George Wintersteen
Peter Goetz
Milton Diehl
2
P +4.0
Universal Hobbies
2007
23Ferrari 275 P
Willy Mairesse
Mauro Bianchi
81
P 4.0
Art Model
ART159
34Ferrari 330 P
Bob Grossman
Skip Hudson
26
P 4.0
Art Model
ART175
37Ferrari 330 P30Art ModelART188
DNFFerrari 330 P
Charlie Kolb
John Fulp
27
P 4.0
Art Model
ART221
Monza
2Ferrari 330 P2
John Surtees
Ludovico Scarfiotti
60
P +2.0
Best
9534
8Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe
Bob Bondurant
Allen Grant
48
GT +3.0
Truescale
DNFFerrari 365 P2
Herbert Müller
Tommy Spychiger
(Spychiger Fatality)
66
P +2.0
Art Model
ART287
Targa Florio
1Ferrari 275 P2
Nino Vaccarella
Lorenzo Bandini
SpA Ferrari SEFAC
198
P +3.0
Best
9593
7Alfa Romeo TZ1
Lucien Bianchi
Jean Rolland
70
GT 1.6
Best
9062
25Alfa Romeo TZ1
Giorgio Benini
G. Frola
60
GT 1.6
Best
9061 
30Ferrari 250 GTO
Luigi Mosca
Tullio Sergio Marchesi
112
GT 3.0
Bang
7290
DNFAlfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA
Alessandro Federico
Mario Cabral
166
P 1.3
M4
7130
DNFFerrari 275 P2
Ludovico Scarfiotti
Mike Parkes
SpA Ferrari SEFAC
202
P +3.0
Best
9268
500 km Spa
8Ferrari 250 LM
Jean-Claude Franck
4
P +2.0
Best
9452
9Ferrari 330 P
Mike Parkes
1
P +2.0
Art Model
ART292
DNFFerrari 250 GTO
Gerard Langlois von Ophem
31
GT 3.0
Box
8444
Bang
444
Nürburgring 1000 Kilometres
1Ferrari 330 P2
John Surtees
Ludovico Scarfiotti
1
P +3.0
Box
8448
Best9020
16Ferrari 250 LM
David Piper
Tony Maggs
8
P +3.0
Best
9054
16Ferrari 250 LM
David Piper
Tony Maggs
(Improved details)
8
P +3.0
Best
9054/2
22Ferrari 250 LM19Best97-030
DNFFerrari 275 P24Best9144
Test Porsche 904/8 Bergspyder
Gerhard Mitter
Colin Davis
Jo Bonnier
Jochen Rindt
21
P 2.0
Provence Moulage
(by Norev)
PM0050
Le Mans
1Ferrari 250 LM
Jochen Rindt
Masten Gregory
N.A.R.T.
21
P 4.0
IXO
('Le Mans Winners')
LM1965
1Ferrari 250 LM
Jochen Rindt
Masten Gregory
21
P 4.0
Best
9173 
   IXO
('Le Mans Winners')
LM1965 
   Altaya
 
2Ferrari 250 LM
Pierre Dumay
Gustave Gosselin
(Upgraded version of Best 9010 & Box 8436)
26
P 4.0
Best
9010/2
Best
9010
Box
8436
6Ferrari 250 LM
Dieter Spoerry
Armand Boller
27
P4.0
Box
8457 
   Best
9025 
7Ferrari 365 P2
Pedro Rodriguez
Nino Vaccarella
N.A.R.T.
18
P 5.0
Box
8449
   Best
9021 
13Triumph Spitfire
Jean-Jacques Thuner
Simo Lampinen
60
GT 1.15
Spark
S1413 
14Triumph Spitfire
Jean-François Piot
Claude Dubois
54
GT 1.15
Spark
S1414 
DNFFerrari 330 P2
Jean Guichet
Mike Parkes
20
P 4.0
Best
9140 
DNFFerrari 330 P2
John Surtees
Ludovico Scarfiotti
19
P 4.0
Best
9181 
DNFShelby Cobra Daytona
Jerry Grant
Dan Gurney
Shelby American
9
GT 5.0
Truescale
TSM134319
DNFShelby Cobra Daytona Coupe
Peter Harper
Peter Sutcliffe
59
GT 5.0
Kyosho
03051F
DNFFerrari 365 P2
Jo Bonnier
David Piper
17
P 5.0
Box
8459 
Best
9026
DNFFerrari 250 LM
Lucien Bianchi
Mike Salmon
23
P 4.0
Best
9085 
DNFTriumph Spitfire
David Hobbs
Rob Slotemaker
52
GT 1.15
Spark
S1415 
DNFTriumph Spitfire
Peter Bolton
William Bradley
53
GT 1.15
Spark
S1416 
Reims
5Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe
Bob Bondurant
Jo Schlesser
Team Shelby American
26
GT +3.0
Kyosho
03051C
Bridgehampton
8Ferrari 250 LM
Richard Holquist
69
P +1.6
Box
8445
Best
9017

Non-Championship 1965

Place

Car
Sponsor

Car # Class

Model

Ref. #

Image

Kyalami 9 Hours
1Ferrari 365 P2
David Piper
Richard Attwood
1
A
Best
9566