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    Photos that have appeared in/on the twitter feed. Most are from @classicracepics but there are a few from others.



    Ford's P68. Though fast, its reliability was inversely proportional to its looks: it failed to finish a single race pic.twitter.com/HuSHmCYnxT




    Ludovico Scarfiotti concentrating hard in his Cooper T86B at Monaco, 1968. He finished fourth. Photo: Sutton pic.twitter.com/8UxvyGsdWH




    What an awesome sight: pic.twitter.com/ubevzn8v7m




    VW race start at 1963 Nassau Speed Week, possibly one of the slowest-developing races of all time. Photo: D. Friedman pic.twitter.com/cu7hp5NEx4




    Hans Stuck en route to winning the 1938 Großglockner Grand Prix in an Auto Union Typ C. Photo: Arthur Fenzlau pic.twitter.com/PToNVg7EVy




    Looking back toward Döttinger Höhe, the field makes its way to the green flag for the 1972 Nürburgring 24 Hours pic.twitter.com/0oSkACRTjx




    The Shelby American facility at the Los Angeles airport, 1965. In the foreground is the first 427 Cobra. Photo: LIFE pic.twitter.com/8SyX13JJ6W




    Stirling Moss in his Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR, 1955 Targa Florio. He & co-driver Peter Collins would win. Photo: Cahier pic.twitter.com/SFyq2cDaqy




    Jim Clark sliding his Lotus 49 through Becketts en route to winning the 1967 British GP, Silverstone. Photo: Sutton pic.twitter.com/WG6FCABZYo




    Is this the greatest ever photo from Spa 1968, McLaren’s first GP victory? We think so. #ThrowbackThursday pic.twitter.com/QS6tWfWYVj



    Smokey Yunick's 1962 Indy 500 entry during practice. Driver Jim Rathmann would finish ninth. Photo: Dave Friedman pic.twitter.com/AZKh6smNnM




    Who else but ‘SuperSwede’ Ronnie Peterson, nurturing a career-long style which won him fans the world over. #F1 pic.twitter.com/WeMlXonoLM




    Chris Amon in a works 512S, 1970 Brands Hatch 1000 km. It rained for all of the six-hour race. Photo: Schlegelmilch pic.twitter.com/9X4ShgL3IP




    special effects: Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Group B..... pic.twitter.com/n9tmY85dnj




    Mario Andretti entering the tunnel at Monaco during a wet Friday practice for the 1971 GP. Photo: Klemantaski pic.twitter.com/fyZccgqmK6

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    Great amounts of awesome!

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    Could we possibly expand the thread to include vintage race pics from facebook? Since I hate twitter.

    These are from the "Remembering Mosport" group.

    Taken at the start line in 1965: Bill Brack's Mini takes on a Corvair!




    Gilles goes for a slide in the wet in 1977:




    Mosport's International Harvester ambulance rushing to a wreck in the middle of the pack!




    Jackie Oliver in the Can-Am Shadow on the grid, 1973:




    Canadian hero Eppie Wietzes in his Labatt 50 Brabham, 1974:




    Peter Revson heading through Moss in the McLaren, 1972:




    Jaguar XJ-R heading up Andretti:




    Mayhem in the infamous Player's Challenge Series:




    The ill-fated Canadian Big-Rig Race:




    Emmo, at Moss Corner, 1972:




    And some more randoms:










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    Le Mans, 1981: The 720 hp Porsche 935 built and raced by the Kremer brothers, dubbed the K3/81. Photo: Theo Badri pic.twitter.com/JjjlqkeJKE

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    Ferrari garage, 1961 Belgian GP. Olivier Gendebien's Belgian-liveried 156 gets the finishing touches put on it pic.twitter.com/5BnbWwJ2am

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    Rolf Stommelen gets airborne at Flugplatz in an Alfa Romeo T33/3, 1970 Nürburgring 1000 km. Photo: Schlegelmilch pic.twitter.com/QqhIa4XQb8



    Vaccarella-Bandini Ferrari works 330 P3 Spyder rounding Collesano curve, 1966 Targa Florio. Photo: Schlegelmilch pic.twitter.com/Wjitm7EG7w
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    How the crowd used to file out after a race (down Turn 4 into Moss):





    Ron Fellows' Merkur, 1988:


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    Quote Originally Posted by tigeraid View Post
    How the crowd used to file out after a race (down Turn 4 into Moss):




    That's how we got off the mountain at Bathurst on 2003, too.
    Whoomah!

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    This corner at the old Öesterreichring was properly quick! Not many attacked it the way Ronnie Peterson did...

    #F1 pic.twitter.com/niJkd4hTPs




    Rudolf Caracciola in his Mercedes W154, 1938 Coppa Ciano, held in and around Livorno, Italy. Photo: Günther Molter pic.twitter.com/VTXEGDvDqw

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