Shots of the famous and not so famous
photo credits: John E Kelley, Dave Nicholas, Michael Eaton, Dave Zych, Spankey Smith, Gordy Ruston, Rich Rea
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Jim Hall in an early Chaparral, Watkins Glen 1964 The tall Texan liked
his cigarettes
Walt Hansgen takes
some advice from BARC founder Dave Nicholas
The patented ice man glance
from the man who dominated
Road Racing in his day
Hans Hermann was still driving
in the 60's.  Here at Sebring in
a factory Porsche
Harry Heuer, the boss of the
Meister Brauser Scarab team
Why is Phil Hill so happy?
Sebring 1965 in a GT-40
Hill and Ginther arrive at a
cold Watkins Glen Formula
Libre race in 1958
Graham Hill oversees last
minute preparations to
his birdcage Maserati
Hill out for a stroll at
Sebring in 1962.  Did he know
he would be World Champ?
Holbert Tribute
Jim Haynes - Formula III & Junior and proprietor at Lime
Rock for many a year
A young David Hobbs
1973 Watkins Glen
Bob Holbert discusses strategy at Sebring 1960.  What they decided was good for 2nd overall Holbert and wife celebrate
a victory at Thompson, CT
in 1960
Howdy Holmes 1978 Atlantic
Champ and CART driver heads
the Jiffy Bake Mix empire
Ed Hugus (in car) and Allan Connell with their Ferrari at Sebring in 1961 Denny Hulme 1976
at the USGP Watkins Glen
Denny Hulme after the Glen
Can Am 1969 ready to taste
a beer
James Hunt at the
US Grand Prix 1978