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PostHeaderIcon Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2017

The annual site of the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2017.
It is good to remember origins.
They lend perspective and light the way for the future.

In 1957 the need for a race track was apparent with more safety features than the races through the forest at Pebble Beach then offered.
In 1957 SCRAMP (Sports Car Racing Association of the Monterey Peninsula), along with funds and energy from local businessmen, began a project for a new race track.
The site selected was in a natural bowl, which permitted simultaneous views of he majority of the race track.
Negotiations took place with the US Army for use of the land, and a lease was signed.
The track was completed in only 60 days, and the first race drew 100 entries viewed by 35,000 spectators.
Now in 2017, 60 years later, SCRAMP continues to manage the circuit.

Keep reading to learn more

The Monterey Historic Automobile Races came into being in 1974, organized by Steve Earle as a platform for racing period-authentic automobiles.
The event became a part of Monterey Car Week, and in 2011 the name was changed to the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion.


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“The Monterey Historic Automobile Races came into being in 1974, organized by Steve Earle as a platform for racing period-authentic automobiles”

Entering the raceway by the bridge near the media tower at the 2017 event, one of the first sights in view was a large tent housing a display of race cars entitled Racing Through the Decades.
Quite a few race cars that made their mark on history were in the tent, along with descriptions of their accomplishments.
Some of the cars under tent with racing experience at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca were a 1985 Porsche 962, a 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 302, a 1956 Porsche 356A Carrera, a 1963 Shelby King Cobra, a 1973 Porsche 917/30, a 1983 March Indy Car, a 1993 AAR Toyota Eagle, and a 1999 BMW V12 LMR.

After admiring the display, I focused my attention on one of them, a 2005 Audi R8 LMP.
The R8s had taken five overall victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, in 2000-2005, excepting 2003.
These petrol-powered R8s took six wins at the American Le Mans Series also, finally being replaced in 2006 by the Audi R10, a diesel-powered machine.


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“This 2017 model, an R8 LMS, is an enclosed sports car that complies with FIA GT3 regulations”

Another type of Audi R8 was on display in Automotive Alley.
This 2017 model, an R8 LMS (2007-present), is an enclosed sports car that complies with FIA GT3 regulations.
Power is by a 5.2-liter V10 engine with DOHC and four valves per cylinder yielding 585 hp.

Christian von Koenigsegg’s car, named after him, was scheduled to lead a procession on track late in the day.
I wanted to find where the car was lying in wait to give it a good scrutinizing, being that it is such a technical marvel.
As I exited the media center I spotted a media shuttle that happened to have a few free moments.
We headed for the Island, as I thought that the most likely place.

Exiting the shuttle, the first thing I found was a display of show prepared Shelby Cobras.
I noticed two in particular, one in striking metallic green, the other in metallic blue.
Pointing to the dash of one of the nearby Cobras, a spectator enthusiastically suggested I look at something.
The dash boasted an actual autograph by Carroll Shelby.
Lucky owner, as this is seemingly uncommon in the Shelby.


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Nearby was a Ford Shelby Cobra Concept Car (2004).
This model made its debut at the 2004 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Its minimalist styling is not unlike the original Shelby Cobra. The car was designed and built by the Ford Advanced Product Creation team.
Like its predecessors, the car’s features are Spartan.
The powerplant is an all-aluminum V10, 6.4-liter (390 ci in) engine which produces almost 650 hp and just over 500 ft-lb of torque near tach red-line.
The engine employs double-overhead-cam, velocity stacks, port fuel injection, and a dry-sump lubrication system.

In the adjacent display I finally found the Koenigsegg. Its doors were open, so I asked the attendant if I could enter to try the fit.
He said that regretfully, no, the car was privately owned.
But he suggested that if I waited a quarter hour, four more should arrive from a nearby location.

As promised, fifteen minutes later four more Koenigseggs (1996-present) rolled in, all in different colors.
“What luck”, I thought.
I had never seen more than a solitary Koenigsegg in one place previously.


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“Another reason the Koenigsegg is special is a 270-plus mph top speed, the 0 – 60 mph acceleration time of well under 3 seconds”

The technology is awe inspiring that Christian von Koenigsegg has designed into the nearly 20 iterations of his hypercar since the 1996 prototype.
His V8 engine without camshaft is one example, enabling the engine to rev to 15,000 RPM, similar to the Formula One engines with the pneumatic-actuated valve system.
Another reason the Koenigsegg is special is a 270-plus mph top speed, the 0 – 60 mph acceleration time of well under 3 seconds, and the nearly 1,000 hp the Agera model puts out, although these numbers seem to keep improving.

The Koenigsegg uses carbon fiber extensively in various models to reduce weight.
In the limited edition Trevita, Koenigsegg developed a proprietary white carbon fiber for the body.
Some chassis also are made of carbon fiber with a F1-type honeycomb core.
Other components getting the carbon fiber treatment are the carbon fiber intake manifold, and bevel carbon fiber springs.

The key word with the Koenigsegg is “proprietary”.
Most of the components that make up the car are custom made.
The Dihedral Synchro-Helix door is an example.
This door system permits the extra-long structure to move outward and upward simultaneously.


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Production methods meriting praise include the 3-D scanning system, employed to ensure body panels align properly as specified by CAD (computer aided design) requirements.
Passenger comfort is not overlooked, noting the active noise cancellation system employed for a quiet ride.
Of course robust engine exhaust notes are permitted to enter, at least at a reasonable level.
The list of superlatives of this still evolving hypercar seems endless, but I think I have made my point about this remarkable automobile.

The Porsche display in Automotive Alley boasted several impressive racing cars.
One was an aggressive looking Porsche 935 (1976-1978) in highly polished black, bearing #0, with red, orange, and white racing stripes.
The car was previously driven by Danny Ongais (“On gas”), a talented Hawaiian driver who raced nearly everything from dragsters to Formula 1.
Ongais raced this car on billionaire Tom Field’s Interscope racing team.

“The Porsche 935 model was debuted by a Martini sponsored works crew in 1976”

The Porsche 935 model was debuted by a Martini sponsored works crew in 1976.
The model went through several iterations, including the 935/78 in 1978.
The 935 has an illustrious resume with many wins to its credit, including an overall win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1979, and six times each at the 24 Hours of Daytona, and the 12 Hours of Sebring.

I found another Porsche 935 resting in the paddocks.
This model belonged to Bill and Don Whittington, and was a 1977 version.
This car looked real racy in its mustard-yellow color and aerodynamic body.
Eventually the impressive power output of model 935 reached within a few ponies of 850 hp.


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“Nearly 30 computer processors are built into the car, with the movable rear wing being one example”

The latest iteration of the Ford GT (2004-2006, 2016-present), winner of the GT class at the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours, was found just outside its garage in Automotive Alley looking lovely in red paint.
If it appears to have extreme styling, consider that it probably is the very definition of the architectural adage, “form follows function”.
The wind tunnel tests at Allen Park, Michigan weren’t done casually, they were quite extensive.
Those tests helped with the design, and design verification of the car, especially the static and active aerodynamics.

The wind tunnel helped achieve low drag with maximum down force, stability, efficiency, and improve wind noise acoustics inside the vehicle.
Although the so-called flying buttresses towards the upper-rear of the body may appear excessive, they are multi-functional.
Car fluids pass through them, while air channels under them to the active rear wing creating downforce, and this air also enters the intercoolers in front of the rear wheels.
Ford says that the close fit of the GT’s body around the V6 engine further enhances the aerodynamics.
That twin-turbo, 3.5-liter engine is quite powerful at 647 hp.
Ford eschewed employing a hybrid scheme which would have cost in weight and added complexity.


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There is more than just functional exterior styling to the Ford GT.
Nearly 30 computer processors are built into the car, with the movable rear wing being one example.
As car speed increases the rear wing rises, under computer control, thus increasing down force and grip for better negotiating curves.
In the GT’s track mode under aggressive braking the rear wing also rises, increasing drag and thereby reduces the car’s speed.

Turbo lag, long a fact of life in turbo assisted engines, has apparently been reduced to unnoticeable levels in the Ford GT.
Turbo lag is the unwanted delay from when the accelerator is depressed until the turbo-boosted engine power suddenly slams into effect.
The GT’s computers effectively keep the turbos always on boost, so that the GT seems to perform like a naturally aspirated engine.

A few more things about this fine piece of automotive work.
The smallest details have received attention, such as those openings around the tail lights which permit hot air (not engine exhaust) to be vented out through them.
Very notable, the GT’s chassis, complete body, passenger cell, and even the wheels are constructed of carbon fiber with the goal of achieving the lowest weight, and best power to weight ratio possible.


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“The GT3 is homologated to compete in more than two dozen FIA sanctioned racing series internationally.”

Another car on display in Automotive Alley was Nissan’s race car, the NSX GT3 (Second Generation, 2016-present).
The car is powered by as 3.5 liter, twin-turbo, V6 with dry-sump system, delivering power through a 6-speed, sequential shift racing gearbox.
There is much going on with the styling.
The GT3 is homologated to compete in more than two dozen FIA sanctioned racing series internationally.

Back on track, the Trans-Am race cars sounded in superb tune.
They were revving high and as smooth as silk.
The speed indicator on the bridge indicated 139 mph quite a few times as the cars shot under the bridge at the Media Center.


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For” hot hardware”, automotive I mean, the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion is the place to be!
In the paddocks, at displays, or during wheel to wheel competition on track, whether on the Island, in Automotive Alley, or down the Corkscrew, the Reunion has it all!

PostHeaderIcon Monterey Car Week Once Again Brings The Goods In 2017

I’ll admit it – I’m pretty spoiled when it comes to car stuff. Of course, that’s the sort of thing you’d expect given my line of work. When unicorns and exotic metal become the routine, it’s easy to lose your perspective.
But even with my drastically skewed sense of what four-wheeled “normalcy” is supposed to be, Monterey Car Week manages to impress. For starters, there’s the sheer scope of it. Think seven days of events and practically endless things to do, ranging from shows, to auctions, to racing, to cruises. There’s excess of every kind when it comes passion-inspiring rides to enjoy. Then there’s the backdrop. The California central coast is without a doubt one of the most spectacular places on Earth, with jaw-dropping scenery and rich history at every turn. But probably the best thing about MCW is the superiority of the cars on hand. Not only is the quantity over the top, but so is the quality, a rare combination to which I have yet to find an equal in all my auto-themed adventures. I’ve been covering this thing for several years now, but 2017 still managed to bring the goods in a big way.

If you’ve been thinking about going, but you’re still on the fence, then we hope this will convince you to get out there in 2018. If you wanna go, but haven’t had a chance, then we hope our account of the action will assuage your longing – for now, at least.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Monterey Car Week.

PostHeaderIcon 2017 Monterey Car Week – Preview

As I write this, dear TopSpeeders, I sit just a handful of miles east of the Pacific Ocean. Through my open window, I can hear the sound of exotic internal combustion drifting through the air. Just down the road lies Laguna Seca, the battleground where hundreds of historic racers will once again pound the pavement in search of lower lap times. In the other direction is Pebble Beach, the ultimate destination for elegant collectible automobiles. In between is an assortment of auctions and auto-themed events, a vast, sprawling cornucopia of four-wheeled goodness the likes of which you’re unlikely to see anywhere else in the world. That’s right, TopSpeeders, I’ve made it to Monterey Car Week.

Once again, TopSpeed has sent me as point man to cover this thing, and I’m cleaning the lenses and juicing up the batteries in preparation for five straight days of car indulgence. I can’t wait to get out there and jump into the action, but before I do, I wanted to give you a quick breakdown on what to expect. So read on for a few brief blurbs on each of the events on our schedule, plus links back to our individual preview pieces for more info. And let us know – what are you looking forward to seeing? Tell us in the comments, and we’ll do our best to make it happen.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Monterey Car Week.

PostHeaderIcon 2017 Monterey Car Week – Preview

As I write this, dear TopSpeeders, I sit just a handful of miles east of the Pacific Ocean. Through my open window, I can hear the sound of exotic internal combustion drifting through the air. Just down the road lies Laguna Seca, the battleground where hundreds of historic racers will once again pound the pavement in search of lower lap times. In the other direction is Pebble Beach, the ultimate destination for elegant collectible automobiles. In between is an assortment of auctions and auto-themed events, a vast, sprawling cornucopia of four-wheeled goodness the likes of which you’re unlikely to see anywhere else in the world. That’s right, TopSpeeders, I’ve made it to Monterey Car Week.

Once again, TopSpeed has sent me as point man to cover this thing, and I’m cleaning the lenses and juicing up the batteries in preparation for five straight days of car indulgence. I can’t wait to get out there and jump into the action, but before I do, I wanted to give you a quick breakdown on what to expect. So read on for a few brief blurbs on each of the events on our schedule, plus links back to our individual preview pieces for more info. And let us know – what are you looking forward to seeing? Tell us in the comments, and we’ll do our best to make it happen.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Monterey Car Week.

PostHeaderIcon 2017 Gooding & Company Pebble Beach Auction – Preview

While there are seemingly innumerable car auctions taking place up and down California’s central coast for Monterey Car Week, Gooding & Company is the only auction located next to the flagship Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance event. As such, the quality of the automobiles headed to the block is staggering, with record-breaking lots and world-class collector vehicles offered as the norm. This year, nearly 140 individual vehicles are slated to go under the hammer, with several potentially topping the eight-figure mark.

This is the place where the deepest of pockets show their worth, the auction where white-gloved treatment is expected and granted. Antiques and classics are in abundance, while more modern supercars and racers round it out. We’ll be on hand to watch it all go down, but before we arrive on the scene, we’ve broken down some of the more interesting (not to mention expensive) lots on offer in the following preview article.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Gooding & Company Pebble Beach Auction.

PostHeaderIcon 2017 RM Sotheby’s Monterey Auction – Preview

RM Sotheby’s holds a variety of high-end auctions around the world, with venues including London, Maranello, and Paris. Now that August is in full swing, RM Sotheby’s heads to California for Monterey Car Week, setting some of the world’s finest collectible automobiles up on the block, complemented by the stunning backdrop of the Pacific Ocean. This year, the highly celebrated auction house is ramping up the excitement with yet another impressive lineup. The big headliners for 2017 include 13 highly desirable Ferraris, from a 1961 250 GT SWB Berlinetta, to a 2011 599 GTO. However, a variety of other popular makes are obviously included as well, with oddities, antiques, classics, and supercars all up for grabs. This is the cream of the crop, all the good stuff and no filler. The only question is – can your bank account bring one home?

We’ll be on the scene to check out the action, but before we arrive, we’ve picked through the lots and found some of the more interesting vehicles on offer, compiling them all right here for your reading enjoyment. Check them out, and let us know which cars you wanna see more of in the comments below.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 RM Sotheby’s Monterey Auction.

PostHeaderIcon 2017 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion – Preview

I’ll take any excuse I can to head out to Laguna Seca. Simply walking around this incredible ribbon of California tarmac is enough to send chills up and down my spine. Throw in a collection of iconic race cars doing hot laps, and I’m one very happy camper. Do it for four days straight, with a rotating variety of run groups, plus Q&A and autograph sessions with legendary racing personalities and tons of delicious food, and I’d call it pure gearhead bliss. This is the formula for the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, the place where the racing of Monterey Car Week all goes down. As the uber-epensive collectibles roll across the block at auctions like Mecum or Russo & Steele, and the show judges scour a field of pristine classics at the Concours d’Elegance, Laguna Seca plays host to hundreds of hardened competition machines doing what they do best – going fast.

As in years past, the 2017 rendition of the Reunion will bring together a vast collection of four-wheeled heroes, from a 1911 National Speedway, to a 1989 Mazda 767-B. In fact, there’s so much automotive goodness on hand, the event has been dubbed the “rolling museum.” We’ll be there to capture the action, but before we get there, here’s a preview of what to expect.

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PostHeaderIcon Soberanes Fires Continue To Burn, Monterey Car Week Undeterred

With the 66th annual Monterey Car Week kicking off in a few days, some 85,000 auto enthusiasts are expected to arrive on the central California coast to take part in various car shows, auctions, racing events, and cruises. However, attendees will need to share the road with the 5,000 firefighters currently battling a devastating wildfire located just south of Monterey.

One of the biggest issues is access to Highway 1, the main artery that runs north to south through the central coast. With the huge increase in traffic expected for MCW, concerns are being raised over whether or not firefighters will be able to get to and from the frontlines.

However, according to a report from local NBC affiliate KSBW, Cal Fire and the California Highway Patrol have given the event the go-ahead, and are working with organizers to make sure firefighting efforts aren’t hampered.

Some of the changes include a truncated route for the Tour d’Elegance, a classic car cruise that traditionally includes a run south into Big Sur. This year, the route has been shortened to 35 miles, rather than the usual 70. There will also be stricter parking enforcement, and additional law enforcement in high-traffic areas.

So far, the Soberanes wildfire has burned more than 70,000 acres and destroyed 57 homes. Hundreds of locals have been forced to flee, and the fire has been blamed for three injuries and one fatality. Acting Governor Tom Torlakson has declared a state of emergency in Monterey County.

Thankfully, the majority of the firefighting effort is now centralized south of Monterey, and it’s expected that the increase in traffic won’t have a major impact on firefighting efforts.

“We feel pretty comfortable that we are able to get in and out of the areas that we need to in case of emergency,” Cal Fire Capt. Mark Edria told KSBW.

Cal Fire is reporting that the fire is currently 60 percent contained. You can find updates on the firefighting efforts here.

The wildfire is thought to have originated from an illegal campfire in Garrapata State Park.

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