91BRG wrote: The players need a display though because there are 83 entries in the tour and you can't hope to scroll easily without a display of some sort...
91BRG wrote:been looking for some of those great sounds of races LPs for my own listening. If you have those records available to borrow, I'd love to copy them - I've got a really good vinyl to digital setup for that.
Tiger wrote:91BRG wrote:been looking for some of those great sounds of races LPs for my own listening. If you have those records available to borrow, I'd love to copy them - I've got a really good vinyl to digital setup for that.
Glad to loan or even donate. Actually, I think I have two; one is Elkhart Lake in the early 1960's (289 Cobra on cover). The other is mostly drag racing but also includes some Bonneville tracks including a Ferrari (classic "ripping canvas"!).
Maybe in return you'd digitalize all 120 or so of my old rock n roll vinyl albums. j/k
Considering I've been missing meetings, we'll have to find a place to hand off the albums.
prostwest wrote:Beat out The Peterson- wow! My first guess was that they must have won it in the past but this was the inaugural.
prostwest wrote:Beat out The Peterson.
Tiger wrote:prostwest wrote:Beat out The Peterson.
The Peterson doen't -- AFAIK -- start up the cars and run them; I'd have loved to have heard the Pegaso I saw there.
91BRG wrote: With the exception of the Alfa Tipo 33/3 which they are concerned may have stress cracks in the magnesium components,
91BRG wrote:The next driving day is THIS SATURDAY and it's a doozie: 1970 Porsche 917, 1964 Cobra Daytona Coupe, 1966 Ford GT40, Corvette Grand Sport and the 1958 Ferrari 250 TR.
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