The 2010 SVRA Vintage Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio, June 25-27, was HOT! The cars were hot, the on-track action was hot, AND the weather was definitely hot! But even with the heat, the crowd for the three-day vintage weekend was impressive…and they were not disappointed. The racing was fantastic. Summer surely started with a bang!
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is known for its excellent spectator viewing areas. I’m usually on the move during a typical race day…walking the track, visiting the pits, and strolling paddock. Here are a few photos from three of my favorite spots at Mid-Ohio.
Turn 1, flat-out left-hander (also features pit exit). Here's a 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 exiting Turn 1, hustling on up to the keyhole.
The Paddock area at Mid-Ohio offers an excellent opportunity to see the cars up-close. Here is a beautiful 1957 Lotus Eleven.
Turn 4, at the end of the long back straight, leading into a series of corners known as "Madness". Here's a smart-looking 1972 BMW 2002ti maintaining good momentum as he exits Turn 4.
Writer/photographer of vintage/historic sports car racing. See you at the track!
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Very Nice Terry. I like three way you had the fstop low enough to catch the motion action in the background. When are you gonna get some pics of Danika Patrick??????
In due time my friend!