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Rick Knoop's 1972 McLaren M8F with 8357cc.
Rick Knoop's 1972 McLaren M8F with 8357cc.

Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival 2014 – Report and Photos

Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival 2014 – Featured Photo Gallery Page Nine

Charles Wagner's 1959 Ferrari 250LWB exits turn ten.
Charles Wegner’s 1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Tour de France exits turn ten.
Orwin Middleton's 1959 Corvette.
Orwin Middleton’s 1959 Chevrolet Corvette.
1970 Porsche 908/3 driven by Cameron Healy.
1970 Porsche 908/3 driven by Cameron Healy.
Craig Jackson in the Ex-Dan Gurney 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.
Craig Jackson in the ex-Dan Gurney 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.

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Don Lee's 1965 Cobra accelerates out of turn ten. Don's Cobra is a 427ci or 7000cc car.
Don Lee’s 1965 Shelby Cobra accelerates out of turn ten. Don’s Cobra is a 427ci or 7000cc car.
Nick Colonna's 1963 Lt. Wt. Jaguar XKE. This car is similar to the Lindner Nocker Lt. Wt Jaguar.
Nick Colonna’s 1963 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight.
Ranson Webster's 1976 Porsche 935 K3.
Ranson Webster’s 1976 Porsche 935 K3.
He must be lost.
The driver of the Ferrari 250 GTO must be lost.

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  1. In life, we strive to get better and improve no matter what the task. Dennis….you can stop now! Its not possible to take better pictures than these.

  2. Bill.
    Thanks. It helps that the cars and drivers put on such a great show. The drive Ken Epson put on Saturday taking his Dekon Monza from last to third then Sunday’s drive by Henry Schmitt in his 3.5 CSL BMW Batmobile from near last to fourth were both lessons on how to drive aggressively and quickly without bending any sheet metal. Fun to watch and great to shoot.

  3. Dennis,

    Great shots, but I believe the name is Ken Epsman and he owns several TransAm cars and he can drive them.

  4. Thanks Dennis for your great photographic coverage, especially of my personal favorites the Sports Racing cars. And great to see all your photographs of the North American built Sports Racing cars, and Formula cars. Cheers from Sweden, Graham…

  5. The reports and pix are a treasure for those of us that saw them originally, but must pick and choose opportunities to see the cars and drivers run these days. To that end I’d ask the Digest editors if they’d consider adding a schedule/calendar of vintage events and auctions a bit into the future so we ‘old guys’ might plan/try to attend more of those near enough. For now, keep up the ‘fine art’ you offer that we love.

  6. I think I finished fourth and second in class in group 13a – maybe Schmitt was next?