The design and color of past eras of racing seem to stand still in time. No matter how much time passes, these shapes are held dear to our hearts in a way.
Easy on the eyes, record-setting, 4 rotors. Perfection.
Did some editing while on a recent plane ride. Definitely can’t wait to start developing all the film I shot during this trip.
Gotta love the classics.
Even though it was my last event with Laguna Seca, I’m glad I got to see some of these amazing cars up close and in person. My ears were definitely ringing after every race. The pure power that comes from these cars simply puts a smile on my face.
The last month has definitely been filled with some cool cars. It started with a Fatlace Friday, and their pre-bimmerfest meet at the Fatlace Paddock. It was a fun filled Friday evening with great music, good people, and some milk tea. I will definitely be going to the next one on June 24 for their collab release with Mooneyes.
Next is interning everyday at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Even though most of the work is in the office, it’s nice to venture down to the pits and look at whatever cars show up that day. From trans-am racers to Porsche’s, it’s awesome to see people that share a common love of cars race at the track.
Some film from our Oregon trip will be up once I actually get the prints back from being developed. Can’t wait to share them!
One more teaser from Rennsport Reunion V this past weekend. I wish I could have stayed longer, but silly me left my camera charger back at home. This resulted in my camera being almost dead when I got there. Hopefully I’ll be better equipped next year.
Just a preview of the Rennsport Reunion V. I’m guessing this team started their weekend off pretty poorly. It was funny to see how quickly they covered the car, it was only moments of the car reaching the team tent. More Porsche awesomeness to come as I finish editing through all of them.
Who doesn’t love a little burnout action?