Pictures tell only half of the story. Because on Saturday we took a superlative collection of amazing racing machines to Laguna Seca for a celebration of excellence. Welcome to the Monterey Motorsports Reunion.
By collection, we refer to the 551 historical racers from 1911 to 1995, which led to Laguna's easily scary 2.238-mile layout. Last Thursday and Friday they practiced and they qualified.
Saturday? They drove. Right drove. There were a massive 15 categories of races on display, including F1, Can-Am and Trans-Am cars. Nissan was the first Japanese manufacturer to celebrate the track, with a selection of classic Nissan racers who did public service, while Mika Hakkinen received the entire Laguna Seca for a spinal drive in the McLaren F1