Photo Gallery from the VHRR’s Aug. 4–6, 2018, Winton Festival of Speed in Benalla, Australia. The March 73S of Joe Calleja. Peter Strauss in his Brabham BT11. The 1966 Ausca TR driven by Ian Mawson. Shane Bowden in his Prad 5 Sports with the Aarons Lotus Mk9 in the distance. Greg Smith out front in his MG-Holden Monoposto followed by the Ford Special of Jim Russell. Wayne Seabrook’s Porsche 911 Carrera. The Corvette Stingray of Samuel Narkiewicz. Donald Greiveson’s Spectre NG Type followed by the Stag FV of Grant Kelly. The Rennmax Mk2 Vee of Ian Cutcher. Tom Tweedie peddling the family Elfin MS7. Brian Weston in his MG Midget in front of the Shelby GT350 of Kevin Lukey. Andrew Lamrock in his Reynard leading the Formula Fords with Johnny Greig’s Reynard looking to get past on the inside. Ernst Luthi in his 1971 Alpine Renault. The Charger E49 of Les Walmsley. The 1961 Falcon XK of David Forbes. Phil Barrow hard running his Holden FJ. Johnny Greig’s Reynard with the Elfin 600FF of Phil Oakes closely behind. The Van Diemen RF86 of George Thornton followed by the Elfin 600FF of Phil Oakes. The 1975 Fiat 131 of Phil Buggee. Bill Trengrove in his ’64 Ford Falcon with the Chev Camaro of Tony Hubbard in the distance. While Justin Brown in his BMW 2002ti heads in the right direction, Phil Barrow looks for a slightly different route in his Holden FJ. The Volvo 142S of David Belford. The March 73B of Andrew Makin followed by David Hardman’s Hardman JH1 and the Kaditcha AF2 of Malcolm Oastler. Kent Brown in his MGB leading the Porsche 911 of Andrew Begg. Ian Tate running his 1954 Prefect Special. Peter McNiven in his Holden Torana XU-1 leading the similar car of Daniel van Stokrom. David Noakes in his 1972 Ford Escort. Greg White’s MGB followed by the MG F of Sean Herlihy and the MGB GT V8 of Trevor Dunford. The Tiga SC 82 of Geoff Kelly followed by the MG Midget of Jim Robertson. Jim Robertson getting ready for the evening’s barbeque with his MG Midget. The Chevron B14 of Phil Randall. The Photon Lotus 11 of Dick O’Keefe followed by the Aarons Lotus 9 of Peter McKnight and the George Reed Monoposto.