Tecnomodel 1:18 resin model of the #7 Ferrari 250 GT SWB as driven to victory by Stirling Moss in the 1961 Goodwood Tourist Trophy. The 1961 Goodwood Tourist Trophy was a three hour endurance contest for GT cars; Moss looking for his fifth consecutive victory in the prestigious event as he headed into the 1961 edition. The Ferrari 250 GT SWB, with its relatively low weight, powerful 276 bhp engine, sorted suspension and disc brakes was the perfect tool for the job. The event distilled into a duel between the 250 GT SWBs of Moss and Mike Parkes. Parkes had taken pole position, and initially held the lead before the dark blue Rob Walker-entered car made its way by on lap eight. Crucially Stirling’s smooth driving style meant that he was considerably easier on his tyres than Parkes, and consequently he had to make one less stop for fresh rubber over the course of the race. This contributed to Moss’s winning margin of an entire lap come the chequered flag.