Another really exciting historic photo collection here to be shared. Bryan Colechin has done another great job in sourcing this one. This collection of amateur photos is by Walt Etten. It spans from 1970, right through to the early 1990s, and covers some great US and Canadian racing events, including Can-Am, Formula 1, World Championship For Makes/Trans-Am, and IMSA.
Walt's collection is big! So I've broken it into several chapters, kicking off with the two Can-Am events. These are
Posting of photos in this set was completed on 4/2/13 - All photos shown here were taken by me over the July 9-11 1971 race weekend (See '71 and '72 Super Vee set for additional images taken at the '71 Road Atlanta event)
Canadian-American Challenge Cup race at Road America Elkhart, Wisconsin August 29.1971. This was the sixth season of the Can-Am auto racing series. It consisted of FIA Group 7 racing cars running two-hour sprint events. It began June 13, 1971 and ended October 31, 1971 after ten rounds.
The images in this set are drawn from the Dave Friedman collection held at the Benson Ford Research Center. We are presenting the scanned images in this set as we received them, with minimal archival processing. Some images may have been incorrectly identified as to location, race, or date. We will work to resolve those issues as we become aware of them. Please help us by providing comments, corrections or other information either directly with the images, or via email using the address given below. We appreciate your feedback. For additional information about these photographs or the Friedman collection contact the Benson Ford Research Center at email@example.com.
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