1960 E2A: After Le Mans, Cunningham brought the E2A to America for the racing season here and fitted with a larger 3.8L engine. Although it won at Bridgehampton, the E2A was not designed for most shorter USA sprint races. Jack Brabham drove the E2A at Riverside to 10th place where he did a creditable job of making the heavier E2A competitive gainst the lighter weight competition. Bruce McLaren drove the car in its last race at Laguna Seca, where he could only manage 12th. Model by CONTACT 1/43. Credit: http://www.oldirish.com/collection/models3.html.
Briggs CunninghamLe MansE2ABruce McLarenJack Brabham