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ALMS NorthEast Grand Prix
« on: July 12, 2011, 01:10:03 PM »
I didn't want to put these in the Art Appreciation, as I am no photographer which is quite evident by the photos below.

Had a blast there, like always and its probably the best road course I've been to for spectators. Being so small, and the ability to go anywhere in the infield (including the paddock) is amazing, and not common nowadays. The Track (which is inside a State Park, in the valley of a ring of small mountains) is also amazing. Driving up to the track and just hearing the car noise bouncing off the mountains brings a smile to just about any car guys face.

Risi Ferrari 458 (wrecked in practice, rebuilt overnight) & Core Autosport Oreca going through West Bend.

Dyson Lola/Mazda (eventual race winner) and a GT3 Porsche

Green Hornet Racing GT3

Battery Tender GT3 & Extreme Speed Patron 458 Ferrari

Jaguar RSR heading under the bridge at the downhill.

Corvette C6.R GT2 warmup

Battery Tender GT3 & Corvette C6.R GT2 heading into the downhill

Risi Ferrari again going under the bridge.

Paddock Area

Dyson Pit

Robertson Racing Pit

Corvette Pit

Bling Bling

Green Hornet Pit

Piss Test

NGT Likes bold colors

David Heinermier Hansson GT3

Tire Barrier aftermath

Corvette Merch Area

The Best looking BMW there

Some of the Corral Cars

Lotus Timeline

You dont notice how small a Lotus is, until it is next to an already small Cobra

Corvette Corral



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Re: ALMS NorthEast Grand Prix
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2011, 06:24:25 AM »
Spotto F50 in the background of one of those pictures.
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