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Continuing our video wrap-ups from this year's
Pebble Beach extravaganza, here is a clip of some of the track action from
Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca during the Rolex
Monterey Historic Automobile Races presented by
Toyota. We'll just shorten that to the Monterey Historics from now on, unless the Rolex and Toyota folks are looking in. We actually covered the races in two posts a couple of weeks ago.
Part one covered Saturday's main action, while
part two showed some of the events earlier in the week. The tape starts with some vintage open-wheel racers from old GP cars to the featured Indy Roadsters of the mid- to late-'50s. You'll also catch some of the most famous sports and GT racers of the mid '60s, like the
Ferrari 250 LM and
Shelby GT350 and
Corvette pictured above. Not a lot of coverage, but we were juggling still cams and video cams so it was a bit difficult. The thrill of seeing these iconic race cars from throughout history is something that is hard to impart. Hopefully this gives you at least a little taste. The YouTube clip is after the jump.
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