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Ike Smith has sent us some more evocative pictures, taken by Gil Munz, from the great days of US Sportscar racing.
All Pictures coutesy of Gil Munz (unless otherwise stated).
Denny Hulme in the Sid Taylor T70 at the Riverside Can-Am October 1966. Denny retired with a blown engine.
Graham Hill in the second Team Surtees car at the Riverside Can-Am 1966. Graham finished third, team-owner Surtees won,
The starting grid for the Elkhart Lake 500, a USRRC round in 1966. Buck Fulp's T70 MKII is on the front row, he retired with a broken gear lever.
Mark Donohue in the Penske T70 at the 1966 Riverside Can-Am, Mark finished 4th.
Jerry Grant leading Mark Donohue at the Watkins Glen USRRC race in June 1966. Jerry finished 5th in the AAR-entered T70 MkI car.
Mark Donahue, again at the Watkins Glen USRRC race, before the accident with John Cannon that resulted in the Penske T70 MkII being burnt out.
The Mexico City USRRC race in March 1968. In the pits is the second placed Skip Scott Simoniz T70 MkIII.
Also at Mexico City is the second Simoniz T70 MkIII, driven by Chuck Parsons, it finished eighth in the race.
The Spring Race at St. Jovite 1966. This was the first race for Roger Penske and Mark Donohue in the 427 T70.
Mike Goth's T70 MKII at the Stardust Raceway Las Vegas USRRC race in April 1967.
Skip Hudson in the Chuck Jones Lancer Lola T70.
Skip Scott taking the chequered flag at the USRRC Bridgehampton round in 1968 ahead of Chuck Parsons. The Simoniz cars finished 1 & 2.
A smiling John Surtees in his only USAC race, the Rex Mays 300 at Riverside in 1967. The T90 retired from the race with a broken magneto.
A Publicity shot of John Surtees and his Team Surtees T70 (copyright unknown).
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