Benjafields Racing Club
Period set dressing for a weekend of racing... a la Brooklands ‘Double Twelve’, last held in 1931. More pictures available at Benjafield’s Double Twelve.
Exhibition stand designed and built by TPG for Kidston SAS, featuring a trio of impeccable Ferrari, and highlighting the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin DB4 Zagato.
Aintree at Goodwood Revival
A tribute to the Cooper Car Company, celebrating their first F1 title win in 1959, and Jack Brabham’s win in a T51 Cooper at Aintree. Research, design and build by TPG.
Goodwood & Connolly Collaboration
Adding a flavour of Racing Pits and Motor racing Club to a working cafe in Mayfair, for an evening rendez-vous. Both challenging and fun! See the Dream Team article on Goodwood.com.
Honoured with the task of designing and building a stand for Simon Kidston’s outstanding display of Lambourghini Muiras, the purple carpet and light boxes received nearly as many comments as the cars! See Classic Driver article Here’s how we’d have spent our imaginary millions at Rétromobile 2019.
Bugatti parts and period tools on a racing Pit counter, provide some theatre for the Christmas Party at Jack Barclay’s Bugatti Showroom.
1948 British Grand Prix at Goodwood Revival
A selection of EX Rob Walker cars were assembled in a recreation of the 1948 Silverstone Pits, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first British F1 Grand Prix...(and the 20th anniversary of Goodwood Revival!).
An authentic recreation of the period Daily Express sponsorship, including flowers!
Nurgurgring at Goodwood Revival
The stage for Fangio’s possibly greatest drive, the Nurburgring display housed a selection of 1957 GP cars including Fangio’s Maserati.
That his two sons should turn up unannounced, was further Revival’magic’.
For further details, please read the full article on Classic Driver.
Reims at Goodwood Revival
Key features of the Reims pits were the colourful advertisments and Iconic race tower...faithfully recreated by hand painting as in period. Check out Nigel Harniman Photography /Reims Pits ..'is this the greatest Revival image ever?'
Bugatti & Armani
Period race Pits designed and built for a Bugatti & Armani event , located in the grounds of Chateau Saint-Jean, Molsheim.
Designed, built and installed in the workshop of a private collector.
Plat de jour or just an espresso?
TPG designed and built a homage, based on the Sebring Pits, to celebrate the first ever gathering together of all six Shelby Daytona Coupes. As if that wasn't fantastic enough, the original designer, Peter Brock was also present. See GRR Meets - Peter Brock, legendary Daytona Coupe designer.
Maserati at Goodwood Revival
Designed and built by TPG, to celebrate the Centenary of Maserati at Goodwood Revival. Variants of the iconic Maserati 250F Grand Prix car were housed in each Pit shelter. For further details see ClassicDriver.com - How the magical Monza pits were created.
Goodwoods celebration of the legendary Ford GT40 included a single marque race for the Whitsun Trophy and a timeline display of noteabley historic cars.
As a backdrop to this iconic lineup , TPG were comissioned to research , design and build a recreation/homage of the Le Mans pits , scene of the epic Ford/Ferrari duel.
The timber construction , finished to simulate rendered concrete ,occupied an 8week build, with period details and advertising all recreated ‘in house’.
Interior Garage Design
A practical and period design by TPG for the motor house of a private collector.
Comprising Stores , Office with curved glass , and retro tiled Service area , complete with pit and period fittings.
Bremgarten circuit pits at Goodwood Revival
Goodwood Revival is always one of - if not 'the' - annual motoring highlights, with selected anniversaries celebrated each year.
2012 saw the 75th anniversary of the German GP cars visit to Great Britain in 1935, at Donnington. Goodwood marked this historic event with the largest gathering of the legendary 'Silver Arrows' seen since those prewar days, and entrusted The Period Garage with the responsibility of creating a suitable setting for the live display.
This took the form of a line of 12 racing pits, based on the iconic design of those used at the prewar Bremgarten circuit. Following research, the traditionally built timber and corrugated roof structure occupied an 8 week build period and included reproducing the special plaques with team and driver names, as well as the 35 metre jettied canvas banner.