1964 Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe

Tour Auto Rally 2013 – Report and Photos

Tour Auto Rally 2013 – Top 100 Photo Gallery Page Nine

Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta
Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta
1973 Alpine A 100 1800 Group IV
1973 Alpine A 100 1800 Group IV
Porsche 910
Porsche 910
1964 Alfa Romeo TZ
1964 Alfa Romeo TZ
Ferrari 250 GT SWB and Ferrari 275 GTB
Ferrari 250 GT SWB and Ferrari 275 GTB
1973 Alpine A 100 1800 Group IV
1973 Alpine A 100 1800 Group IV
Ford GT40
Ford GT40
1973 Porsche 911 RSR 2.8
1973 Porsche 911 RSR 2.8
1972 Porsche 911 ST 2.5
1972 Porsche 911 ST 2.5
Porsche 910
Porsche 910

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  1. Simply the best rally images I’ve ever seen. Thanks for transporting us straight to France for this great event. Thanks Julien and SCD.

  2. What a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon! I’ve been looking at these for 30 minutes and cannot get enough.

  3. Wow great pics indeed. On an ipd at the moment but I hope I can download some large versions for my computer!

  4. Really enjoy this new format with large pictures. They seem to pop off the pages. Yet, I still clicked through every single one at the end. There are many, many exceptional ones that didn’t make the Top 100…!

    1. Same here! I do like the new format with selected large images, but I still couldn’t resist clicking through all 200 of Julien’s excellent photos. Many many exquisite photos of luscious autos in incredibly beautiful settings.

  5. Beautiful photos of sports cars competing in magnificent settings! Bravo!
    Seeing that Gullwing in the weeds was a bit disconcerting until I saw that it was not damaged.

  6. Terry Julien: Exquisite photography! Miserable editing; excessive repetition. Why, oh why no Lancia Flaminia?

    1. Ha! Please tell me this guy is kidding. While I do love (and own) a Lancia Flaminia, no one in their right mind wants to see one when the field includes 910 Porsches and GT40s. More repetition of these great cars and more from Julien Mahiels, please.