8.31.2010

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)As promised, here are the rest of the photos from ColdTrackDays correspondent, Masaaki Kitagawa's, visit to the 39th Pokka GT Summer Special, what was the sixth round of the 2010 AUTOBACS Super GT Series, held on August 22nd at the Suzuka Circuit... [read more]

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART TWO)

Photo(s): Masaaki Kitagawa
Editorial: Justin W. Coffey


PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)I know it's a bit late, but ColdTrackDays correspondent, Masaaki Kitagawa, just sent us a handful of images from Round 6 of the 2010 AUTOBACS Super GT Series held at the famed Suzuka Circuit. Follow the link for a look and be sure and stay tuned for part two... [read more]

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

PHOTO GALLERY // SUPER GT @ SUZUKA (PART ONE)

Photo(s): Masaaki Kitagawa
Editorial: Justin W. Coffey



VIDEO // DIRT FISH RALLY SCHOOL



We'd like to introduce everyone to the DirtFish Rally School. Scheduled to open sometime next month, DirtFish will offer students the chance to drive Group N Subaru Imprezas built by Vermont Sports Cars, the same guys that build and run cars for Travis Pastrana and Dave Mirra in the Rally America series. Equipped with Ohlins suspension, rally tires, and OMP safety equipment, students will pilot the rally-prepped Imprezas around nearly 300 acres in an area they have dubbed the Old Mill Rally Park, located just 30 minutes east of Seattle. DirtFish will have both one and three day courses available, with an introductory price of only $895 for their '1-Day Intro to Rally Driving' course. Click here for additional information // [comment]


MotoGP // DECISIVE PEDROSA WIN @ INDIANAPOLIS

MotoGP // DECISIVE PEDROSA WIN @ INDIANAPOLISMotoGP racing made its way back to the U.S. for the second and final time in 2010 for round 11 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Jorge Lorenzo came into the weekend in first position, where he has been since race number two at Jerez, his lead at 77 points over second-place Dani Pedrosa. Lorenzo has indicated that he is now riding with the overall championship in mind and not individual race wins. This will presumably mean a more conservative Lorenzo giving other riders a chance at winning races... [read more]

One issue that emerged over the weekend’s practice sessions was the condition of the track. The MotoGP layout at Indy utilizes part of the oval straight, part of the old F1 layout and newer sections built in 2007 to accommodate GP bikes. This makes for a patchwork of different surfaces, the transitions between which are sometimes less than optimal for motorcycles. To make matters worse, certain sections of track have developed some nasty bumps that took down some of the best GP riders including Stoner, Hayden, Spies and, most surprisingly, Valentino Rossi on three different occasions. Nobody seems to be able to recall Rossi falling three times in a single weekend. Needless to say, many riders are calling for Indianapolis to repave a few sections before next year’s race.

Ben Spies ticked off another first in his MotoGP career by snatching pole position in a qualifying session that saw a few riders go down and some others fail to live up to expectations. Still, a rookie putting a satellite bike in pole position is no small feat. It begs the question of whether or not Yamaha has begun throwing more factory team-level parts at Spies in anticipation of his move into Rossi’s ride there next year. Either way, he seems to be reaffirming the wisdom of the decision to bring him up for 2011. The starting grid was as follows: Spies, Lorenzo, Hayden, Dovizioso, Pedrosa, Stoner, Rossi, Simoncelli, Edwards, Capirossi, Bautista, Melandri, Aoyama, Espargaro, Kallio, Barbera, De Puniet.

Spies got a dream start from pole, beating the pack into turn one, while Jorge Lorenzo reverted to his old ways and dropped like a stone back to fifth place. Between those two were Andrea Dovizioso, Nicky Hayden and Dani Pedrosa, who failed to achieve one of his miracle starts. Following Lorenzo was Rossi, Simoncelli, Melandri, Stoner and Edwards rounding out the top ten. They would cross the line for the first time in this order, with Spies looking to pull a small gap over Dovizioso. On lap two, Lorenzo began to put pressure on Pedrosa but Dani responded by shooting past Hayden. This gave Pedrosa a bit of breathing room to catch the front two while Lorenzo was left to grapple with Hayden. It took Lorenzo a little less than a lap to pass Nicky and hunt Pedrosa down. Meanwhile, Stoner had just passed Simoncelli for eighth, setting his sights on Melandri who promptly lowsided out of his 200th GP start.

On the same lap, Hayden, while chasing Lorenzo, had ripped his left-hand knee slider off in a turn. He desperately tried to reapply it to his leathers while going down the front straight, to no avail. This was particularly worrisome for his race as Indy is mostly left-hand turns, meaning he would have to take the majority of the corners without the aid of his knee slider. Pedrosa now got past Dovizioso early into lap four and began to hunt Spies while Rossi took advantage of Hayden’s troubles to move into fifth, Stoner would follow on lap six. Lap eight saw Pedrosa pass Spies on the front straight and begin his unstoppable march to the win. It also saw Stoner crash out into turn eleven just as he was closing in on Rossi. The excitement was now in watching Lorenzo stalk Dovizioso for the remaining podium spot, which he did going into the first turn of lap twelve. His delay in passing Dovizioso effectively put him out of reach in catching Spies, let alone Pedrosa. This order would stand at the front until lap 20, when Rossi got past Dovizioso, whose tires were beginning to give him trouble. There would be little more action in the remaining eight laps, save for Hector Barbera putting in a very hard pass on Capirossi in one of the final corners of the race.

This weekend marked the first time Dani Pedrosa has won more than two races in a season at the top level of GP racing. It was also Ben Spies’ first pole position and first second place in MotoGP. A win for Spies this season doesn’t seem too far-fetched. It was also Lorenzo’s first race of the season where he didn’t come first or second, he is only the third rider ever to have come first or second in the first ten races of the season, behind Agostini and Doohan. Even so, it will still take a massive streak of bad results for the title to slip away from him. Rossi’s fourth place finish, while not where he wanted to be, was a great showing after the terrible sessions he had leading up to the race. The other unsung winner of the weekend was Alvaro Bautista who came in eighth place (he missed seventh by only 0.08 sec). Bautista has been plagued by falls, injuries and the mediocre performance of this year’s Suzuki. Hopefully results like this will convince Suzuki to pour some money and resources into its MotoGP effort instead of pulling out after 2011, as some fear.

2010 Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix // Final Results:

1. Dani Pedrosa 47m31.615s
2. Ben Spies 47m35.190s
3. Jorge Lorenzo 47m38.427s
4. Valentino Rossi 47m44.248s
5. Andrea Dovizioso 47m53.500s
6. Nicky Hayden 48m06.753s
7. Marco Simoncelli 48m08.355s
8. Alvaro Bautista 48m08.440s
9. Aleix Espargaro 48m16.520s
10. Hector Barbera 48m22.983s
11. Loris Capirossi 48m27.001s
12. Hiroshi Aoyama 48m29.518s
13. Randy De Puniet 48m35.754s

DNF

Mika Kallio
Colin Edwards
Casey Stoner
Marco Melandri

On a note unrelated to MotoGP, 13-year-old Peter Lenz, riding in a US Grand Prix Union race at Indianapolis on Sunday morning, crashed and was run over by another rider during the warm-up lap. He was pronounced dead soon after at a local hospital. While everyone involved in racing knows the risks involved, it’s heart-wrenching to see someone, especially someone that young, suffer something like that. Condolences to his family and friends.

Photo: Mirco Lazzari via Autoblog
Editorial: Jeff Winterberg


2010 BELGIAN GRAND PRIX // RACE RESULTS

2010 BELGIAN GRAND PRIX // RACE RESULTSLewis Hamilton collected his third win of the 2010 season this past weekend, finishing ahead of Mark Webber and Robert Kubica at the famed Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Hamilton's win, the 14th of his career, now has him tied with Formula One legends Jack Brabham, Graham Hill and Emerson Fittipaldi. Having led every lap of the race, something he has done only once before, Hamilton finished some 1.571 seconds ahead of Red Bull's Mark Webber, and nearly four seconds ahead of third place Robert Kubica.

Follow the link for complete results... [read more]


2010 Belgian Grand Prix // Complete Results:

1 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 44 2
2 6 Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 44 1.571 1.571 1
3 11 Robert Kubica Renault 44 3.493 1.922 3
4 7 Felipe Massa Ferrari 44 8.264 4.771 6
5 14 Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 44 9.094 0.830 8
6 4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 44 12.359 3.265 14
7 3 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 44 15.548 3.189 21
8 23 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 44 16.678 1.130 17
9 12 Vitaly Petrov Renault 44 23.851 7.173 23
10 15 Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes 44 34.831 5.374 12
11 22 Pedro de la Rosa Sauber-Ferrari 44 36.019 1.188 24
12 16 Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 44 39.895 3.876 16
13 17 Jaime Alguersuari* Toro Rosso-Ferrari 44 49.457 5.606 11
14 10 Nico H├╝lkenberg Williams-Cosworth 43 1 lap 1 lap 9
15 5 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 43 1 lap 4.888 4
16 19 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Cosworth 43 1 lap 14.379 13
17 25 Lucas di Grassi Virgin-Cosworth 43 1 lap 1.780 22
18 24 Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 43 1 lap 5.962 20
19 18 Jarno Trulli Lotus-Cosworth 43 1 lap 14.574 15
20 20 Sakon Yamamoto HRT-Cosworth 42 2 laps 1 lap 19
8 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 37 7 laps 5 laps 10
1 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 15 29 laps 22 laps 5
21 Bruno Senna HRT-Cosworth 5 39 laps 10 laps 18
9 Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 0 44 laps 5 laps 7

Image and Info: F1Fanatic


8.25.2010

VIDEO // GROUP B THUNDER: AUDI SPORT QUATTRO



Courtesy of our friends at The Group B Channel, check out this video montage of the infamous Audi Sport Quattro featuring "original engine sounds." Watch as Walter Rohrl and Stig Blomqvist pilot the 500hp Audi on such rallys as the Monte Carlo, Portugal, New Zealand, San Remo and Acropolis // [comment]


BTCC // CLEAN SWEEP FOR TEAM AON @ SILVERSTONE

BTCC // CLEAN SWEEP FOR TEAM AON @ SILVERSTONEBritish Touring Car squad Team Aon completed a memorable day at Silverstone by taking all three race wins at the Northamptonshire circuit. Tom Chilton was victorious in the first two races of the day while team-mate Tom Onslow-Cole rounded the weekend off in fine style with victory in race three.

The LPG powered Focus's were somewhat dominant around Silverstone’s "National Circuit" all weekend, and even after having the size of their Turbo air restrictor and max boost further reduced by series organisers TOCA following qualifying no-one was able to match their pace around the short 1.64 mile circuit... [read more]

The double race victory for Tom Chilton was however somewhat controversial as twice the Littlehampton based team appeared to bizarrely order Onslow-Cole to move aside for Chilton even though the man from Poole trailed his team -mate in the championship standings.

However with his three podiums Onslow-Cole has now moved into second place in the standings behind Jason Plato, as the series heads on to Knockhill in Scotland in two weeks time. With only 14 points between them 23yr old Onslow-Cole is now in with a genuine title shout and commented "“To make so much ground in one day on Jason is amazing and to be up to second and to be not so far off the lead feels fantastic.Snetterton two weeks ago seemed to suit the Chevrolet, here it was the turn of our car so it could be Matt’s turn at Knockhill where everybody thinks the Civic will be strong. With just three rounds to go things are bound to start getting tense so it will be really important to take as many points as possible."

Championship leader Jason Plato started the day with a podium in race one before a fourth place finish in race two, however the Chevrolet Cruze driver tangled with his old adversary Matt Neal at the first corner in race three dropping him to the back of the field before the 2001 champion recovered to ninth place at the flag.

Stay tuned for a deeper look into precedings at Silverstone from CTD correspondent Calvin Chu.

Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship Standings After Silverstone (Round 7 of 10)

Drivers' Points:
1. Jason Plato, 171
2. Tom Onslow-Cole, 157
3. Matt Neal, 148
4. Gordon Shedden, 138
5. Tom Chilton, 127
6. Steven Kane, 118
7. Mat Jackson, 112
8. Paul O’Neill, 104
9. Robert Collard, 101
10. Andrew Jordan, 64

Manufacturer/Constructor Points:
1. Arena/Ford, 390
2. Honda/Dynamics, 368
3. Chevrolet/RML, 317

HiQ Teams’ Points:
1. Honda Racing Team, 269
2. Team Aon, 265
3. Airwaves BMW, 228
4. Silverline Chevrolet, 206
5. Sunshine.co.uk, 104
6. WSR, 103

Independent Drivers’ Points:
1. Tom Onslow-Cole, 182
2. Steven Kane, 166
3. Mat Jackson, 153
4. Tom Chilton, 150
4. Paul O’Neill, 150
6. Robert Collard, 137

Independent Teams’ Points:
1. Team Aon, 230
2. Airwaves BMW, 214
3. Sunshine.co.uk, 174
4. WSR, 170
5. Uniq Racing with 888, 145
6. Pirtek Racing, 114

Photo/Editorial: Neil Tozer



8.24.2010

TRIVIA // WHO, WHAT, WHEN AND WHERE?

TRIVIA // WHO, WHAT, WHEN AND WHERE?To be quite honest, I have no idea where this photo came from. That being said, I thought we'd drop a little trivia on you and see if we can figure this out. Anyone care to tell us who, what, when and where this photo was taken? The first person with the right answer might win a little CTD schwag ;) // [comment]


VIDEO // ADAC DEUTSCHLAND RALLYE 2010



Last weekend, the World Rally Championship held its ninth round of competition, the ADAC Deutschland Rallye 2010. What is both a gravel and tarmac rally, this years event saw Sebastian Loeb collect his fifth victory of 2010, finishing some 51.3 seconds ahead of his Citroen teammate Dani Sordo. In the video featured above, which comes to us courtesy of JM-Video, watch as the field of 55 cars navigate the narrow back roads of rural Germany. For complete results from the ADAC Deutschland Rallye 2010, click here // [comment]


NEWS // VOLKSWAGEN UNVEILS RACE TOUAREG 3

NEWS // VOLKSWAGEN UNVEILS RACE TOUAREG 3Volkswagen has just unveiled the latest iteration of their Dakar dominating Race Touareg, what they are calling the Race Touareg 3. Following in the footsteps of the Race Touareg 2, which won both the 2009 and 2010 Dakar Rally, the new truck feature a handful of aesthetic changes, such as new LED running lights up front, a new grill and a different set of 16-inch wheels wrapped in 235/85 BF Goodrich tires.

Power will come from a twin-turbocharged 2.5-liter TDI motor that produces 296 hp and 442 lb/ft of tourque. According the VW, the Race Touareg 3’s TDI powerplant will be more efficent than its predecessor without sacraficing power and is capable of pushing the Race Touareg 3 to 62 mph in just 6.1 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 117 mph.

Follow the link for the official press release... [read more]

VOLKSWAGEN UNVEILS ITS NEW DAKAR CHALLENGER

Volkswagen has unveiled its new Dakar challenger, the Race Touareg 3.

Replacing the Race Touareg 2, twice winner in 2009 and 2010 of the gruelling Dakar Rally and the first diesel-powered vehicle ever to win the event, the new Race Touareg 3 promises to be faster and more efficient while retaining the immense strength and durability of the outgoing car.

Wind tunnel testing has led to changes being made to the carbon fibre and Kevlar bodywork with particular attention to improving the cooling systems around the roof of the vehicle while minimising disruption to the airflow at high speeds. At the same time the changes have meant the Touareg has adopted a fresh look with new LED lights, a new grille, window line, rear clamshell and wheels.

Beneath the bodywork the twin-turbocharged 2.5-litre TDI engine has been optimised to allow greater economy while still producing 300 PS and 442 lbs ft of torque. It has also been revised to cope with the severe altitude changes incurred on the Dakar with the vehicle climbing to heights of over 15,000 feet above sea level. The Race Touareg 3 can now adapt to these conditions, meaning the performance doesn't suffer despite the thinner air encountered at such altitudes.

The 2.5-litre engine channels its drive through three limited slip differentials via a newly upgraded five-speed sequential gearbox and a ZF-Sachs three-plate ceramic clutch.

The result is the ability to accelerate to 62 mph in 6.1 seconds before reaching a top speed of 117 mph in nearly any conditions.

In order to maintain these speeds in extreme off-road conditions the Race Touareg 3 needs to be able to withstand the rigours passing over sand dunes, through deep mud, and across gravel and broken tarmac roads. As a result the Race Touareg 3 is based on a high-strength steel spaceframe chassis with a pair of springs and damper units fitted to every corner in order to protect the vehicle against severe impacts. A set of specially developed BF Goodrich 235/85 R16 tyres provide the grip while a pair of wheels and tyres are carried by the vehicle at all times.

The new Race Touareg 3 has already undergone shakedown tests comprising 10,000 kilometres of simulated special stages ahead of the 2011 Dakar Rally. This equates to twice the length of the Rally itself and a greater distance than Formula 1 cars cover in an entire season.


Image and Info: Autoblog
Editorial: Justin W. Coffey


8.23.2010

VIDEO // ODE TO SALT - SPEED WEEK 2010



SpeedWeek on the Bonneville Salt Flats has come and gone, and while we were unable to send a correspondent to the dry lake bed outside of Salt Lake City, Utah, we did come across this three and a half minute video shot by aspiring filmmaker, Jason Clason. So with that said, sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of SpeedWeek. Did we mention we're green with envy! // [comment]


SUPER GT @ SUZUKA // RACE RESULTS

SUPER GT @ SUZUKA // RACE RESULTSOver the weekend, the AUTOBACS Super GT Series held its sixth round of competition at the Suzuka Circuit. Collecting the win in the GT 500 class was #8 ARTA HSV-010 of Ralph Firman, Yuji Ide and Takashi Kobayashi. In the GT 300 class, Tetsuya Yamano and Kota Sasaki drove the #62 R&D SPORT LEGACY B4 to victory. Follow the link for complete results and stay tuned for additional images courtesy of ColdTrackDays correspondent, Masaaki Kitagawa... [read more]

Super GT @ Suzuka Circuit // GT 500 Class:

1 8 ARTA HSV-010 Ralph Firman Yuji Ide Takashi Kobayashi 4:07'10.085 121 BS 10
2 23 MOTUL AUTECH GT-R Satoshi Motoyama Benoit Treluyer 0'22.312 121 MI 46
3 100 RAYBRIG HSV-010 Takuya Izawa Naoki Yamamoto 0'25.740 121 BS 48
4 17 KEIHIN HSV-010 Toshihiro Kaneishi Koudai Tsukakoshi 1'51.161 121 BS 68
5 35 MJ KRAFT SC430 Hiroaki Ishiura Kazuya Oshima 1'57.905 121 BS 62
6 38 ZENT CERUMO SC430 Yuji Tachikawa Richard Lyons 1Lap 120 BS 64
7 32 EPSON HSV-010 Ryo Michigami Yuhki Nakayama 1Lap 120 DL 6
8 39 DENSO DUNLOP SARD SC430 Andre Couto Kohei Hirate 1Lap 120 DL 18
9 18 Weider HSV-010 Takashi Kogure Loic Duval 1Lap 120 BS 100
10 1 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430 Juichi Wakisaka Andre Lotterer 1Lap 120 BS 82
11 6 ENEOS SC430 Daisuke Ito Bjorn Wirdheim 4Laps 117 BS 100
12 12 CALSONIC IMPUL GT-R Tsugio Matsuda Ronnie Quintarelli 31Laps 90 BS 82

SUPER GT @ SUZUKA // RACE RESULTS
Super GT @ Suzuka Circuit // GT 300 Class:

1 62 R&D SPORT LEGACY B4 Tetsuya Yamano Kota Sasaki 4:09'14.093 111
2 43 ARTA Garaiya Morio Nitta Shinichi Takagi Kyosuke Mineo 1Lap 110
3 74 COROLLA Axio apr GT Takuto Iguchi Yuji Kunimoto 1Lap 110
4 19 WedsSport IS350 Manabu Orido Tatsuya Kataoka 1Lap 110
5 86 JLOC Lamborghini RG-3 Koji Yamanishi Yuhi Sekiguchi 1Lap 110
6 7 M7 MUTIARA MOTORSAMEMIYASGC 7 Nobuteru Taniguchi Ryo Orime 1Lap 110
7 27 NAC EISEICOM LMP Ferrari Yutaka Yamagishi Hiroshi Koizumi 1Lap 110
8 11 JIMGAINER DIXCEL DUNLOP F430 Tetsuya Tanaka Katsuyuki Hiranaka 1Lap 110
9 5 MACH GOGOGO SHAKEN408R Tetsuji Tamanaka Haruki Kurosawa 2Laps 109
10 9 HATSUNEMIKU X GSR PORSCHE Taku Bamba Masahiro Sasaki Mitsuhiro Kinoshita 2Laps 109
11 28 IWASAKI INDUSTRY LMP Porsche Yuki Iwasaki Akihiro Asai 4Laps
12 87 JLOC Lamborghini RG-3 Hiroyuki Iiri Yuya Sakamoto Naohiro Furuya 7Laps 104
13 22 RQ's Vemac 350R Hisashi Wada Guts Jyonai Ryohei Sakaguchi 8Laps
14 365 365 ThunderAsia MT900M Melvin Choo Shinsuke Yamazaki Keita Sawa 13Laps
15 88 RIRE Lamborghini RG-3 Atsushi Yogo Shinya Hosokawa 14Laps 97
16 46 UP START MOLA Z Naoki Yokomizo Tsubasa Abe 21Laps 90
17 666 BOMEX LIAN BOXSTER Junichiro Yamashita Takamori.com Satoshi Kimura 24Laps 87
18 2 Apple·K-one·Shiden Hiroki Katoh Hiroshi Hamaguchi Kazuho Takahashi 25Laps 86

Photo(s): Masaaki Kitagawa
Editorial: Justin W. Coffey



EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNIONLast weekend, ColdTrackDays correspondent, Camden Thrasher, visited the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, California, for the 36th annual Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion (an event formerly known as the Monterey Historic Automobile Races). Amongst those racing over the weekend were motorsport legends Sitrling Moss, Bobby Rahal, Tomy Drissi and John Morton. An event like no other, follow the link for a few photos from Camden's experience in Monterey... [read more]

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

EVENT // 2010 MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION

Photo(s): Camden Thrasher
Editorial: Justin W. Coffey