Machined hub and spokes of a Porsche GT3 Cup rim stacked in front of other wheels. Laguna Seca, September, 2011.
Brake disk (rotor) from a Porsche GT3 Cup car. Laguna Seca, September 2011.
Jaguar speedometer and steering wheel.
1934 Type 59 Bugatti.
Warrior Bristol 2 litre, 1954.
Aston Martin Zagato reflecting the awning overhead.
Dan Gurney's 1962 Harvey Special.
Denny Hulme's McLaren M20.
Rothman's Porsche 956, as campaigned by Derek Bell and Jackie Ickx to victory in the 1982 Le Mans.
1964 Webster Special, Laguna Seca.
1964 AC Cobra 289.
1989 Porsche 962C sporting some wayward LHS headlamps.
Aston Martin DB4, from 1959, throwing off smoke from a rubbing rear tyre due to some sort of suspension issue.
Three, GT3s clipping the kerb and throwing up dust at the Corkscrew bend, Laguna Seca, Spetember 2011. (ALMS support race.)
Porsche GT3 Cup just about to be overtaken by the Dyson Lola ....
Falken Ford GT-R, GT-2 class ALMS.
Ferrari F430 diving down the Corkscrew turn, Rolex 250, Laguna Seca.
Ferrari FXX at Laguna Seca, Ferrari Race Day, 2011.
Patron F430 at the Corkscrew, Laguna Seca, with a rapidly-deflating rear tyre.
The singular six-wheeled Tyrrell P34 , first seen in the 1976 F1 season.
The dominant Lotus 79 from the 1978, F1 season when Mario Andretti and Ronnie Peterson swept to first and second in the championship. Alas, it was also the season in which Peterson died following an accident at Monza.
Graphic on the side of a team transporter, Laguna Seca.
V12 Ferrari engine with the most beautiful pipework ever to grace the rear end of a racing car.
Other machinery reflected in the highly-polished side panels of a hot-rod roadster on static display.
The Corvette-SS, first introduced in 1957, was remarkably advanced for its time. The car was magnesium bodied, lightweight and developed over 300 hp. Alas, it never had the chance to fulfil its race potential, but ultimately it, and the technologies it embraced, did spawn a number of other racers and sports cars including, of course, the Corvette we know and love today.
Rear three-quarter view of the Corvette-SS prototype.
Porsche GT3 peeping out of it's pit garage, Laguna Seca, 2010 ALMS support race.
Piloti-run Ford GT-R emerging from the transporter.
The racing helmet - every head should have one!
Mechanic focussed on what looks to be an almost surgical procedure. Drayson Racing Lola.
Toyota F1 car on a stand in front of graphics depicting other racing projects they have been involved with.
Shadow Formula 1 team, DN-8. From the '76/'77 season, some six of these variants were built. It scored a single GP win in 1977 at the hands of Alan Jones in Austria.
1983, Williams FW 08C, sitting in the garage prior to racing at the 2010 Monterey Reunion.
From the 1983 season, this is the business end of the FW08C variant, as campaigned by Rosberg & Lafitte.
One bank of a Ferrari V12 from the 1969, 312 F1 car, driven that year by Rodriguez. Just look at the way the engineers had to form the manifolds in order to get the exhaust gasses out the back cleanly and in the most efficient way. Amazing. Looks like a 12-legged octopus is wedged in the V of the two engine banks.
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