Colin Chapman inspects the back of Mario Andretti's Lotus 79

Drivers and Personalities from 1971 to 2008 – Photo Gallery

Drivers and Personalities from 1971 to 2008 – Photo Gallery Page Twelve

Perhaps one of the most under-rated drivers, Scott Pruett is still winning races, well past his 50th birthday. Experienced in sports cars, Indy cars and NASCAR stock cars, Pruett currently drives for Chip Ganassi's Grand-Am prototype team.
Perhaps one of the most under-rated drivers, Scott Pruett is still winning races, well past his 50th birthday. Experienced in sports cars, Indy cars and NASCAR stock cars, Pruett currently drives for Chip Ganassi’s Grand-Am prototype team.
Richard Petty inspects a tire during NASCAR winter testing in 2005 at Daytona. A hands-on team owner, Petty isn't one to fly in on race morning, socialize with sponsors and fly home before the finish. Nearly 70 years old when this picture was taken, the seven-time champion was at a mid-January test, bent over a tire at the back of a primer-gray race car.
Richard Petty inspects a tire during NASCAR winter testing in 2005 at Daytona. A hands-on team owner, Petty isn’t one to fly in on race morning, socialize with sponsors and fly home before the finish. Nearly 70 years old when this picture was taken, the seven-time champion was at a mid-January test, bent over a tire at the back of a primer-gray race car.
John Force celebrates with the NHRA trophy after winning the Funny Car class at Topeka in 2008. Force had been severely injured in a crash during the 2007 season and missed the remainder of the year. This victory at Topeka was his first since the accident.
John Force celebrates with the NHRA trophy after winning the Funny Car class at Topeka in 2008. Force had been severely injured in a crash during the 2007 season and missed the remainder of the year. This victory at Topeka was his first since the accident.

[Source: Bob Harmeyer]

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  1. Dear Anonymous,
    I bet it is not as “annoying” as having your work pirated, Mr. Harmeyer is well served by posting his brand.

  2. On page 6, the rear of the Chaparral 2K looks awfully kit for 1980. Was that a special design from Hall or standard for that era?

  3. PLEASE put a “View as one page” button on your (the magazine’s) articles and if it’s already there make it more prevalent.