Elva Courier of Harry Codianne turns in at the end of the straight; the street
that goes up the hill above Harry's head is the pit entrance (turn sharp left
at the top); a view of Harry leaving this part of this turn is available at MG
Racing page 2.
2 — White car is Tony Viedma driving
the ex-Marc Ferland Sprite; his travails of this weekend culminated in a flat
tire during his race, earning him the Golden Taco award, a gilt tortilla
with a nail through it.
3 — Gus Vignolle complimenting the Mayor on his god-son's
4 — Hip-hugger girl without her
ocelot or her boyfriend, Lotus 7a driver George Graves; I believe the Sprite
on the track is Mickey Pleasant; Mickey and Fred Puhn in an MG TF had a classic
down-to-the-wire battle for the win; you can see where there is a row of straw
bales along a curb that runs up and out of sight around Turn One; the curb is
just a few feet from the Mexico-US border.
5 — Did I mention Bruce Redding
and his Lethal Beetle? And the white shirt under the "H" in the S-F
banner is mine? And the Formula S '66 Barracuda is
parked just out of the frame at right, nosed-in to a downhill curb, on the other
side of William Anderson's '63 Split-Window Vette?