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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Bill Sadler (red) was a genius builder, including this neat
Formula Jr
Not only were Sadler's cars brilliant, they were fast and fierce and they won Roy Salvadori (r) and Carroll
Shelby Sebring 59.  They won LeMans 4 months later
Georgio Scarlotti (L) has kind
words with young Dan
Gurney at Sebring in 59
  Skip Scott drove everything in the mid 60's Can-Am, Trans-Am, SCCA
Dr. Ed Shantz, Cornell professor, BARC member, road racer and fun fellow Hap Sharp in his Cooper Monaco was part of the Chaparral boys Bob Sharp was killer fast
in his Lotus 7 and later in a
series of Datsun's
Carroll Shelby really did wear bib coveralls, here interviewed
by Chris Economaki
  Jo Siffert walks with his son at the USGP after practice
  D Charles Stell in his FVee.  Was very fast in MG's as well Fast Fred Stevenson at Sebring 1975 was known for more for open wheel speed BARC Freddie always remembered for his aviators and a chilly lager at the White Hart