The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is also home to the largest collection
of Lotus race cars in the world, according to the Lotus factory.
The 43 Lotus in our collection range from a replica of the first car built, the Mark 1, to the last F1 built, the Type 109. Nearly all are ready to run at a moment's notice and are regularly demonstrated on our adjacent track on weekdays and during race events. Some of the most significant cars have attended worldwide historical events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed to allow all to see, hear, and experience the full effect of the cars. Besides the 43 Lotus, our Car Collection also includes an assortment of other significant race cars such as the 1964 Ferrari 158 used by John Surtees to win the world championship in 1964.