1968 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2 Daytona Coupe - Jay Lliohan.
1968 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2 Daytona Coupe - Jay Lliohan.

U.S. Vintage Grand Prix Watkins Glen 2015 – Report and Photos

U.S. Vintage Grand Prix Watkins Glen 2015 – Featured Photo Gallery Page Three

1977 Elfin MR8 F/5000, Bill Hemming.
1977 Elfin MR8 F/5000, Bill Hemming.
1971 Lotus Type 69- Kyle Kaulback.
1971 Lotus Type 69- Kyle Kaulback.
1972 Matich A50- Philip Lewis
1972 Matich A50- Philip Lewis
1985 Roush Mercury Capri- Kenneth Davis.
1985 Roush Mercury Capri- Kenneth Davis.

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1968 Austin Mini Cooper S, Dave Morgan.
1968 Austin Mini Cooper S, Dave Morgan.
1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint- Thomas V.H. Vail.
1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint- Thomas V.H. Vail.
1952 MG TD/Cisitalia- Robert O'Meara.
1952 MG TD/Cisitalia- Robert O’Meara.
Peter Giddings' 1935 Alfa Romeo Tipo C 8C-35, an ex-Scuderia Ferrari works car successfully driven in period by names such as Tazio Nuvolari and Dick Seaman
Peter Giddings’ 1935 Alfa Romeo Tipo C 8C-35, an ex-Scuderia Ferrari works car successfully driven in period by names such as Tazio Nuvolari and Dick Seaman

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    1. As every year for more than a decade now, I attended the Vintage GP at the Glen. I took 154 shots from different vantage points and was pleased with most of them. For some dumb reason (perhaps onsetting senility) I erased them all while tranferring them to my PC. Thanks to Michael DiPleco I can now revisit the vintage week-end. As a side line, for the first time in years I managed to secure lodging at the Seneca Lodge. Enjoying a margarita after the races at the beautiful rustic Lodge’s bar, I had the pleasure to make the acquaintance of Jennifer Revson, sister of the late Peter and Doug.

  1. Great pictures.

    Any idea why the Chevron feature race was run at 3/4 speed? Every entry led at some point. Was more of a parade rather then a race.