Alex MacAllister - 1966 Ford GT40
Alex MacAllister - 1966 Ford GT40

Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2017 – Photo Gallery

The 2017 running of the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion was held August 14-17 at the 11-turn Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Salinas, California. The Reunion is one of the cornerstones of the Monterey Classic Car Week and the largest event held annually in the scenic coastal community.

Senior Photographer Dennis Gray documented the 2017 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion. We often run into a problem when Dennis is in the field — too many good images. Given the deep field at this year’s Reunion, we ended up with not enough time to post all of the images in our original story. Therefore, in addition to our initial report and photos, we offer the following selection of photos too good to not share. Enjoy.

Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2017 – Photo Gallery (photos: Dennis Gray)

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  1. Hi–Did I miss it or is Rich Morrison’s ’39 V12 Lagonda missing both times? It was in the background on Page 10 last week–but not featured unless I missed it!

  2. Fantastic Dennis once again, you captured all the fun and a great couple of weekends ! Keep up the good work.

  3. More images from the 2017 RMMR and the 2017 Pre Reunion can be viewed at Dennis and Bill Wagenblatt’s site HistoricMotorPrints.com . We will be posting images through this weekend.

  4. Dennis, after several looks, selecting a best has become too difficult. However it would probably involve a Porsche 962 or two, leaving Turn 2. Great work capturing great cars and drivers going very fast on a great track. The shot explanations re camera, lens and settings are of additional interest to most of us also. Thanks to you and SportsCarDigest for a chance to see all of these exciting images.
    Paul

  5. As always, your work is fabulous! Some of my favs were the pics of the cars coming out of the Laguna turn up the hill which for me was a refreshing viewpoint. Great caption info as well!
    ~ Kristina Cilia