Vintage American iron joined the fray in the prewar class.
Allard on the track.
Allard was also a featured marque at the Festival.
The XJR-5 easily took over the lead and maintained first place.
After starting at the end of the pack in the Jaguar feature race, the XJR-5 quickly worked its way to vie for the lead out of Canada Corner and into Thunder Valley.
Special guest of honor Bob Tullius shared his Group 44 racing experiences with his Jaguar XJR-5 in the background.
A Rolls Royce crashed the Jaguar concours.
The Vintage Sports Car Driver’s Association Fall Festival featured the Jaguar Clubs of North America’s Challenge and Concours.
The rumble of big engines and the smell of racing fuel is an endless fascination for my car nuts.
Road America paddocks turn into a dynamic, screaming town with street life filled with mechanics, drivers and fans noisily scurrying about.
The long and winding four mile fourteen turn Road America road course awaits.
I have my helmet, I have my driving suit, I even have my tie. Now where’s that new fangled safety belt?
. . . was recreated once again at Road America’s HAWK Vintage Races.
Mayhem deterrent at vintage races.
Number 0 Formula Ford in action going up the hill to the front straight.
Disclaimer: Women are not only welcomed into it, many are quite successful, too.
The transport carrying this car drove all night from Texas to Wisconsin for the SCCA races at Road America.
All good things must come to an end.
A Kohler two cycle racer required attention in the paddock.
The group 6 #0 black Camaro goes by the moniker Sylvester and is well known around the circuit.
Burt Levy hawked his books in the paddock. His novels include The Last Open Road, Montezuma’s Ferrari, The Fabulous Trashwagon, Toly’s Ghost and The 200 MPH Steamroller.
The second driver of an enduro anxiously awaited the arrival of his ride in pit lane. This was a two hour enduro race that required three pit stops and a driver change.
Give it up to the faster car . . . or you’ll get the blue flag if you’re lucky.