- Terry, SCCA did require class designations and they can be seen even in the 1950s. Until the mid sixties SCCA significantly limited the space permitted forMessage 1 of 34 , Jan 29, 2013View SourceTerry,SCCA did require class designations and they can be seen even in the 1950s. Until the mid sixties SCCA significantly limited the space permitted for advertising. Class designations were part of the GCR as they are today.SLFrom: Terry Oneil <pact.terryoneil@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 4:00 AM
Subject: Re: [Marlboro_Raceway] Suzy Dietrich Marlboro Film
A question to everyone. Was there an obligation to display a Class eg, GP, FP GM etc on your car if entering an SCCA race?I ask because looking at the video again, I see that a number of cars are not displaying their SCCA class.Could those without their Class be Canadian cars? Am I right in saying they had a different system in Canada?Could it be that this race was at Harewood Acres, or am I leading everyone down a blind alley?Your thoughts please.Terry----- Original Message -----From: Terry OneilSent: Monday, January 28, 2013 5:39 PMSubject: Re: [Marlboro_Raceway] Suzy Dietrich Marlboro FilmSorry Ron,Not Roosevelt Raceway.The Dietrichs not only raced in the coastal belt of Northeast of America, but futher inland as well. Places such as Dunkirk, Akron, Connellsville, Road America and Wisconsin spring to mind. Maybe we are looking at the wrong area.Terry----- Original Message -----From: Polimeni ClanCc: Roger LintonSent: Monday, January 28, 2013 3:52 PMSubject: Re: [Marlboro_Raceway] Suzy Dietrich Marlboro FilmI wonder if it might be Roosevelt Raceway on Long Island. I attended a race there in 1960/61 as a spectator (I was 16 then). This was billed as a revival of the old "Vanderbilt Cup" races. I believe several events were held there in the late '50's and early '60's. The course was laid out with haybales around the parking lot and temporary grandstands were erected. As late as the mid '60's part of that course was still used for autocross events (in which I participated with my PV-544). Ron Polimeni
On 1/28/2013 9:54 AM, Roger Linton wrote:It is not vineland....that had sand all around. Suzy showed me these a few years ago....she had lots of shots from Cumberland and Thompson. I will show it to Otto and see what it is....she has great shots of him in the blue OSCA at Bryn fan Tydyn. Roger Linton On 1/28/2013 9:48 AM, Stefan Vapaa wrote:
I don't know. I looked at some old pictures and videos from Vineland that suggest it is a good guess. If it isn't Vineland, it is something similar._______________________________________________________ The information transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of, or taking of any action in reliance upon, this information by persons or entities other than the intended recipient is prohibited.If you received this in error,please contact the sender and delete the material from any computer.On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 9:27 AM, Stephen Lloyd <slloydmarlboro@...> wrote:Might this track be Vineland, NJ? I never attended there, but I understand it was built onto a dragstrip and it was fairly flat. Maybe David Deilstadt can shed some light on this.Steve LloydFrom: Stefan Vapaa <turbo@...>
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2013 7:59 AMSubject: Re: [Marlboro_Raceway] Suzy Dietrich Marlboro FilmNope, VIR didn't have that much pavement either and again, there are no homes or buildings or roads visible from the track and the landscape is all wrong.Wherever it is, I've never been there.Here's the identifying features I see in the video.- It is shot from temporary pits alongside the main straight which (judging by the driver leaning heavily out the near side of his MG-TD) curves gently to the right after passing Start-Finish.- The pavement is HUGE and uninterrupted by anything more than hay bales. Like a giant parking lot.- It has a lot of telephone/power line poles all along the pavement.- There are visible structures and busy roads nearby.- There's a timing stand/covered grandstand type structure.So, if it weren't for the telephone poles, I'd have guessed it was a converted airfield track. My best guess right now is some sort of fairgrounds or possibly a drag strip utilizing the main strip and return roads.My familiarity with tracks is somewhat limited, as I've only raced on the east coast. But I've spent many many days at both VIR and Lime Rock, so in that I am certain.-- -STEFANhttp://www.at-speed.com/http://photos.at-speed.com/ http://www.formulasaab.com/VSCCA comp #374VRG comp #97On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 6:20 AM, Mike Matune <mmatune@...> wrote:Could it be VIR? Sent from my iPhone--
VSCCA comp #374
VRG comp #97
- He probably has a folder full of job offers already. If Harvard doesn t give him a full scholarship, the job offers may include full college expenses. ChrisMessage 34 of 34 , Jan 30, 2013View SourceHe probably has a folder full of job offers already. If Harvard doesn't
give him a full scholarship, the job offers may include full college
On 1/30/2013 10:24 AM, jockellis@... wrote:
> Think he'll have any trouble getting into Ha'va'd?
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Jan 29, 2013, at 12:38 AM, Chris Picot Christopher.Picot@...
> <mailto:Christopher.Picot%40verizon.net>> wrote:
> > We need the help of a 17 year old.
> > 1. I recalled a relatively recent article in the WP about a student who
> > wrote an algorithm to compare photographs to geographic data in order to
> > determine the location in which the photo was taken.
> > After a couple of fruitless searches I found it.
> > Sample accuracy: 83 our of 100 photos id'd. Can be within 1000 ft.