|What's a Chevron? Never heard of that manufacturer. No idea, but I love this car's all-Euro sponsor decals and very Seventies livery of brown, red, and orange. "Formidable!"|
|Once again, a car with odd colors wins my heart. Bright red or black cars are all over the place. But sky blue and yellow? Very cool.|
Another make I'd never heard of. "Scarab". Really nice looking car, though. I can see a bit of Jag D type in there, which is never a bad thing to have in there.
These trumpets play a mighty tune. What's the benefit of the staggered heights on the stacks? More evenly distributed positive pressure on the incoming air?
And now I have seen a Lister in the flesh. That is a very long nose. Apparently, the car is owned by Rick Knoop, and is called the Knoop-Mann Special. It's based on a 1958 Jaguar. Here's a link to an article on Vintage Motorsport about it.
|You may think that I put the security camera lens back on my camera (from Monday's blurry pictures). But nope, this is just the result of me enjoying a horse tranquilizer falafel and a glass of antifreeze at the concession stand. Spicy!|
|Adjusting the engine's speed knob to "all the way speed" for the next practice lap.|
|Love these colors. French blue and fluorescent green.|
|This jokey surf wagon did not come to race.|