The video clips are from last year's 'Track Day' associated with the Concours d'Elegance of America - Commemorating The Indy 500 Centenial,
Indyrjc and Mac Miller ran the car for me.
Here's a link to some photos from the track and Concours
We ran with the Pre-War Group.
Photo of Tom Malloy in his Don Lee Special and Indyrjc in the 1927 Boyle Valve Special Tribute Car.
This event was the debut for the recently completed Tommy Milton 1923 Indy 500 Winner recreation by Zakira's Garage.
Quando Omni Flunkus Moritati
I have a couple of questions about these events. I look all over the internet to find videos of these cars running and have only seen them just lazily running around the tracks. Are there events where these cars are driven fast? And if not why? Also, how many of these cars are real? And is there any differentaion made in the groups they run in pretaing to real and replicas?
I'm glad to hear the person with the video camera behind the car where the sound is.......the front always looks good but you just don't get the sound richness especially on video tape that just rings through when you are suckin' of fumes......Great stuff!
Katharine's Legge is in the gravel!--Jenks
12-7-1941 Never, Never Forget 9-11-2001
Vintage Oval Racing in Los Estados Unidos.
Only for those who love old racing cars and want to see them on track instead of in a museum.
Composed of real cars that are 'restored, recreated, duplicated, with 0 to 100% authentic or original parts.'
The motorsports equivalent of a Civil War Battle Re-Enactment.
Two hundred 'events' with several dozen Organizations with somewhat differing rules all over the Country in June.
Various levels of 'competition' but most all are run with 'reasonable speed' restrictions.
Some events run all categories together, most base the groupings on speed and safety equipment such as roll bars, cages and non cages.
Just about everyone leaves with a smile on their face and the satisfaction of having driven to their level of competence and the design of their car.
Last edited by carl s; 06-15-2012 at 12:14 PM.