The Shuttleworth Collection 2015.
The beautiful Cosmic Wind was a racing aircraft that first flew in 1947, designed and built by Tony LeVier and the staff of the Lockheed Corperation. Tony LeVier being a test pilot for Lockheed between the 1940s to the 1970s. It did not race successfully in the US but won the 1964 King's Cup Air Race in the UK. This example, known as "Ballerina" is the very machine that won that race and is the last of the six examples built that survive today. She now belongs to Pete Kynsey, chief pilot for the Fighter Collection.