Of course the on track action at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion was fantastic. Everything you want to see in a race weekend; close action, lots of position changes and rare, if any incidents resulting in damage to these fine and historically significant automobiles.
To really say you’ve seen it, however, requires that you make your way over the pit area and see these machines up close. They are all replete with details and nuances that you just won’t notice as they scream by you at 100 mph.
If you saw my “Stacked” feature, then you know I appreciate the big picture but I equally, if not more, enjoy the details. And this post is all about them. I hope you enjoy them, as well.
I've been around some form of racing since I was a kid. First hanging around Ascot in Southern California. Then, after moving to Texas as a teen, I got hooked on drag racing and did that for almost fifteen years. In between I have raced Dirt bikes and Quads.
2011 Marked my 8th and final year racing up Pikes Peak: Five in the Pro Quad division and three in Time Attack. Future racing plans are in the works, but until then I'm at the track shooting for My Life at Speed as much as I possibly can.
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