The McCall Motorworks Revival 2018 was held Wednesday, August 22nd at the Monterey Jet Center in Monterey, California. Gordon McCall’s 27th annual Motorworks Revival event and charitable fundraiser provided guests with a taste of everything — classic cars and motorcycles, private and military aircraft, food and wine, coupled with the latest offerings from top luxury brands and automakers.
A highlight was the collection of Lancia rally and endurance cars owned by John Campion. All wearing Martini Racing livery and badges, the display of six striped race cars included a Le Mans Beta Montecarlo and an 037 model that competed in dozens of Group B rallies.
Other notables at the McCall Motorworks Revival 2018 included the Lola Mk6 GT, McLaren M1A and the Nissan R382. Built in 1969 by Nissan Motors for competition in the Group 7 season (think Can-Am), the R382 featured a 6-liter V12 engine developed by the engineers at Prince. It saw success at the 1969 Japanese Grand Prix against a field of Porsche 917s, Lola T70s and others.
Charity is a major focus of the McCall Motorworks event, with the California Highway Patrol’s 11-99 Foundation as the beneficiary of Gordon’s year-long campaigning and vision for the annual bash. Annually, the generosity of this group has resulted in a six-figure total for the California Highway Patrol 11-99 charity.
Similar to 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2017, Sports Car Digest also documented the McCall Motorworks Revival 2018, with Richard Michael Owen highlighting the annual segment of Monterey Classic Car Week.
McCall Motorworks Revival 2018 – Photo Gallery (photos: Richard Michael Owen)
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