Laguna Seca Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2012 (Unedited long version)
15 minutes of unedited vintage race cars at Mazda Laguna Seca's annual
Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion historic race. Make sure your volume is
turned up :)
Pre-1940 Sports & Touring cars
1927-1951 Racing cars
1974-1980 Formula Atlantic (FAtl)
1981-1989 FIA Mfg. Championship & IMSA GTP
1973-1982 IMSA, GT, GTX, AAGT, GTU/GTO
1962-1967 Shelby Cobra
1974-1990 Stock Cars with disc brakes
1955-1962 GT cars
1960-1968 Sports Racing USRRC
1963-1966 GT cars over 2500 cc
1955-1961 Sports Racing cars under 2000cc
1958-1963 Formula Junior cars
1955-1961 Sports Racing cars over 2000cc
1947-1955 Sports Racing and GT cars
1961-1966 GT cars under 2500cc
1970-1979 Sports Racing cars under 2000cc
2014 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion - 1959 Corvette - Group 3A - Race
In car footage of my dad racing his 1959 Corvette at Mazda Laguna Seca
Date: August 16, 2014
Time: 2:30 PM
Course: Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway
Event: Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion
Class: 1955-1962 Cars Production/GT
Car: 1959 Corvette
Driver: Ron Cressey
With 3 laps to go, my dad was black flagged for supposedly passing under
yellow (along with 4 other cars, including the leader), so I ended the
footage when he pulls in to talk to the stewards.
Monterey Historics 2006
This year's edition of Laguna Seca Monterey Historic Automobile Races.
August 18-20 2006. Music: L'Automobile per Gianmaria Testa
2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S: The Most Capable Grand Tourer? Ignition Ep. 104
On this episode of Ignition, Jonny Lieberman has a go with perhaps the most
capable grand touring car on the market, the new Porsche 911 turbo S. Combining 560 horsepower, upwards of 553
lb-ft of torque and several cows' worth of leather. Embarking on a cross
continental trip in the dead of winter, Jonny begins in frosty Georgia and
heads all the way back to Motor Trend's headquarters in Southern
California. Along the way he traverses ten States, meets up with friends
like Randy Pobst and John Hennessey, examines why Americans are so found of
road trips and just generally enjoys the hell out of one of the quickest
production cars on earth, the mighty 911 turbo S.
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Porsche Macan Turbo vs Cayman GTS - is the SUV a sports car on stilts?
We pit two very different cars from Porsche's range against each other in
one of our famous track battles! Which comes out on top?
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Porsche's range is bigger than ever, and we're testing two of the newest
and most exciting models - the Macan turbo and Cayman GTS. The cars couldn't be more
different - the Macan a sports SUV, whereas the Cayman GTS is a more
powerful version of the Cayman S. They both cost under £60,000, but how
different are they on track?
The Cayman GTS has 340bhp and 380NM of torque. It'll hit 60mph in 4.6
seconds and weighs just 1,345kg. When it comes to price, it's going to set
you back just over £55,000. The Macan turbo has 400bhp and 550NM of torque, but it tips
the scales at 1,925kg and will cost you just over £59,000, but it'll still
hit 60mph in just 4.8 seconds.
The Cayman GTS is an absolute delight to drive around a circuit and set an
impressive lap time of 1:10.5 seconds. That's 1.2 seconds faster than a Cayman S. How does the Macan
The end result wasn't much of a surprise - the Cayman showed a clean pair
of heels to the Macan around the test track, but there's more to these cars
than racing against a stopwatch. The Cayman GTS is simply one of the finest
cars I've ever driven on a circuit. It's beautifully balanced and an
absolute joy to drive.
The Macan isn't as at its best when it's chasing a lap time, but it's got
lots of grip and a very smooth, powerful and refined engine, and it's one
of the best sports SUVs you can buy. So, in our minds, both of these
Porsches are winners.