ROFGO Gulf Heritage Collection at atrium, Entrance East

The ROFGO Gulf Heritage Collection is delighted to announce its participation in RETRO CLASSICS® 2020. Some of the most significant cars from the Collection will form part of the large special Gulf show during 
RETRO CLASSICS® 2020 in Stuttgart and will stand out thanks to their famous blue and orange colours of the iconic Gulf Oil brand in the atrium at the Entrance East. These cars will include the ROFGO Ford GT40, the Por-
sche 917K, the Le Mans winning Gulf GR8 Ford, the 2009 Le Mans GT1 Group winning Aston Martin DBR9, as well as the first ever car to carry the Gulf Racing colours, i.e. the Mirage M1.

Visitors will be able to see a total of around 20 of the fantastic vehicles from among the 43 models of Gulf’s motor racing history that now comprise the Collection. The ROGFO Gulf Heritage Collection is the passion and 
ambition of one man who set out to create the most comprehensive and historically correct collection of racing cars which lined up on the starting grid with the iconic Gulf livery. The Collection is as diverse as the 
connection between the individual models through the temporary sponsorship by Gulf Oil of Formula 1, GT and LMP1 cars. The cars are used actively and are always kept race ready through ROFGO Racing.

The man behind the ROFGO Collection and the associated companies is the businessman and racing driver, Roald Goethe. The Collection came about thanks to the assistance and guidance of the classic car guru Adrian 
Hamilton. It is now located in a specially constructed location in England that also houses the car dealership for historic vehicles, DH ROFGO, and ROFGO Racing. ROFGO Racing prepares the modern vehicles which are used 
all over the world under the ROFGO banner, as well as its race ready historic and classic cars. Although some cars from the Collection have occasionally made appearances at events in various parts of the world, RETRO CLAS-
SICS® will be a unique opportunity for both historic car enthusiasts and fans of the Gulf legend to see so many of the cars together in one place at one time.