Take a look at some of the cars that will be part of Chris Evans' Children In Need The Magnificent Seven!\n\nDisclaimer: The vehicles used may be subject to change. These pictures are for illustrative use only.
Specifications: 280bhp, 3,421cc, front, longitudinal, four cylinders in line fed by two Weber 58DCOA3 carburettors. Wheelbase 2350mm\n\nAlthough little changed on paper from its predecessor, the Ferrari 857 S, the 1956 860 Monza was much more competitive in international sports car racing. The engine was reworked with 102 mm (4 in) by 105 mm (4.1 in) dimensions for a total of 3.4 L (3432 cc/209 in), though power output remained at 280 hp (209 kW). The wheelbase was lengthened by 100 mm (3.9 in) to 2350 mm (93 in), but a new front coil spring suspension, as on the 500 TR, allowed the 100 kg (220 lb) heavier car to handle well.\n\n \nWith Mercedes-Benz pulling out of international sports car racing, the 860 Monza showed well throughout 1956, bringing the sports car world championship home to Modena again. This despite the fact that Jaguar's new D-Type took the crown at the newly-restricted Le Mans and Maserati's 300 S took the 1000km Nürburgring race. The 860 Monza also performed well in the Mille Miglia, taking second and third places overall (Peter Collins and Luigi Musso) behind Castellottis Ferrari 290MM.\n