Night-Import: Photography by William Lee
Continuing with our Part 1 coverage, more 911's and other cars were coming in near the track area. It's usually uncommon to see such cars at one place and if you're a true automotive enthusiast, such events shouldn't be missed. Although I am still in the learning phase of knowing cars, engines, etc., I definitely do know if a car was professionally built or not. I'm not talking about wires going everywhere and having trash in the back seat. I'm talking about FIA approved seats, thoroughly placed equipments within the car, and others.
Parked Lotus near the entrance.
Always good to start young.
You don't want any problems going on when it comes to competing against the top drivers.
The weather was absolutely gorgeous.
There were a lot of participants from The Porsche Owners Club. Wish I could be in one later on.
These beauties were parked separately for a photoshoot.
Some classics parked next to each other.
How many set of tires do these guys go through?
I actually missed a 'speedhunters' status moment. All the 911's were in line before launching off and right when I arrived... :(
Results being updated.
And that's pretty much how this ended. Until the next Porsche Owners Club event, I'll definitely be more informative about the cars and do a Random Spotlight feature.