Spec Racer Fords have been one of SCCA's most popular and competitive classes. Mark Ballengee is the proprietor of MBI racing and car #97. MBI prepares the #11 of 4-time SCCA National Champion, Mike Miserendino.
Chuck Horton has been a long time support of racing MG's in SCCA and vintage. He had a beautiful stable of cars. I owe Chuck a lot of gratitude for his support of my racing and artwork. Thanks Chuck!
Ben has been tearing up the So Cal SCCA scene with his red MG Midget in the H-production ranks of SCCA.
photo credit to D.E. Baer
Mark Donohue drove the Porsche 917-30 to the Can-Am Championship for Roger Penske in 1973. Often referred to as the "Can-Am killer" as Donohue won all but one race in '73.
This particular print is limited to 5 artist signed pieces.
Bryan Grove's stunning 1974 Chevy Chevelle Malibu was the subject of this piece. With a 572 ci engine in the Chevelle's near future, besting it's 12sec quarter miles shouldn't be a problem. Thanks to Mike Pinney for comissioning the artwork.
This image captures Todd Lamb, owner of ATL Speedwerks, leading the pack of Spec Miatas at the 2015 SCCA Majors race held at Watkins Glen. Todd went on to win the race. ATL Speedwerks preps cars for road racing and provides driver coaching to their customers.
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This Porsche 917 won the 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans. This iconic paint scheme was one of many that Porsche used on their race cars over the years.
This particular image is limted to 3 artist signed prints.
Multi-time national champion, Jim Goughary, in his beautiful Nissan 350Z running in GT2.
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After a few stops at the podium at SCCA's Runoffs, Mike won his first championship at the 2014 Runoffs at Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca in his brilliant fluorescent orange Formula Mazda. Congrats!
Steve Hussey has been tearing up the west coast in H-production for years. His first tour of duty was in his father's Bugeye Sprite, where he won two National Championships. After more than a decade away, Steve returned to H-production in a Honda CRX in an effort to bring home more gold.
Long-time racer Bill Jucha, is shown here leading the Spec Racer Ford race at Fontana. On the west coast, we were used to seeing Bill's bright yellow SRF leading the way. This was dedicated to Bill after he passed away in 2013 - RIP my friend.
Former Mazda Rx-7 pilot Bob Neal has turned his attention to his Honda CBR1000RR. This image capture Bob dragging his knee and out in front.
photo credit to Mike La Putt
Since 1960. Huffaker Racing (now Huffaker Engineering) has been designing and racing the fastest BMC products around. Little Joe has is keeping the Huffaker name out front, whether overseeing customer car projects or behind the wheel of his own creations.
This Huffaker built MGB is owned and raced by Tom Tuttle.
Created for Cal Club, a division of SCCA, and their end of year award named after Lindley Bothwell. This unique award was given to Kyle Kelley, shown here in his GT1 National Championship winning Corvette.
photo credit to DE Baer
After winning a few championships in SCCA's Solo ranks, Jason moved his focus onto road racing. He owns multiple lap records on the west coast and hopes to add another National Championship trophy to his mantle.
photo credit to DE Baer
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is home of the infamous Corkscrew. This image shows a Lotus7 piloted by the artist leading two MG Midgets and a Mazda Miata in SCCA's F-production. F-production is home to a variety of old (Lotus, MG & Volvo) and new (Miata, Honda & Acura) cars that can compete with one another.
Tom Tuttle in his Huffaker built MG Midget running in SCCA's H-production. This is a replica of Jon Woodner's Huffaker MG.
Most of us will only get to race a Ferrari in a video game. A few fortunate drivers get to race these incredible street cars, prepared for racing, in this single marque series.
Lawrence Loshak is no stranger to the top step of the podium. The 5-time SCCA National champion is shown here in his latest endeavor - the Trans Am series in the TA2 class. With backing from Raybestos Powertrain, Loshak Racing brought back the livery made famous by Dorsey Schroeder on his Ford Mustang in the 90's.
photo credit to Chuck Anderson
Cat Kizer remains the only woman to have won the Runoffs in H-production. The 1979 champ ran with the support of Jim Trueman and his Red Roof Inns chain, and her husband's car preparation.
photo credit to Brian Linn, circa 1980 at Road Atlanta
This image shows multi-time champion Craig Chima behind the wheel of his classic Lotus Super Seven. In partnership with George Bauchman of Midwest Motorsports, Craig has won many races and set lap records in this lightweight rocket.
This BEAUTIFUL Lotus Elan 26R is raced by Alan Tosler on the east coast vintage circuit. The midnight blue paint really accents the flowing Lotus body lines. A great subject for a piece of artwork!
The venerable Austin Healey Sprite has been a mainstay of SCCA's H-production since it's inception. Many examples of this 1960's British sports car are still seen on the track. This fine example is raced by Craig Bryant, who followed in his father's footsteps when it was time to pick a car to race.
To commemorate Team MiataCage.com's victory at the NASA national championships at Miller Motorsports Park, I created these two images for Sean Hedrick.
Michael Heintzman has been racing his Huffaker built Miata in both E-production and GT3. Captured by DE Baer at a recent event at Buttonwillow Raceway Park.
The infamous Chaparral 2J, the "Sucker car", had fans in the back to create a vacuum under the rear of the car. It was incredibly fast but unreliable. Kudos to Jim Hall and his Chaparral team for the innovation.
As a fan of the McLaren team, this car has always been a favorite. The orange and blue livery stood out of the field of 33.