The fifth global gathering of Porschephiles, Rennsport Reunion V, took place before a record crowd of some 57,531 under sunny skies at California’s Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca last weekend, with more than 300 vintage Porsches from all over the world assembled to celebrate the marque while participating in seven race groups.
The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart brought 40 cars along, most of them presented as Porsche Legends of Le Mans in Laguna’s permanent garages. Not far away, under a huge tent, were about five dozen privately owned Porsche racecars of all shapes and sizes arrayed in a Chopard Heritage Display, and included among them were the Penske Racing 917/10 and 917/30 that rolled over Can-Am competition in 1972 and ’73 in the respective hands of George Follmer and Mark Donohue.
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