Although #IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER is more associated with photography submissions, we also deal with video, writing and any other medium which can portray Speedhunting. Take this video made by Speedhunter’s reader Justin Lapriore as a perfect case in point. Filmed at the 18th annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, which paid homage to 50 years of Lamborghini, the Ford GT40, the Porsche 911 and the Corvette Stingray. “It’s sunny. It’s unpretentious. It’s extremely well run and it’s not to be missed.” Justin told us. He continues, “There were hundreds of people taking beautiful pictures, and those may be worth a thousand words, but I prefer the noise, some blur and a complete loss for words.”
Turn your speakers / headphones up and enjoy a beautiful piece of art in motion.
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Very well done. Really captures the atmosphere. At 9:08, there is Sam Posey with his 1967 Caldwell D7. I see this car every day at work (the museum's name/logo is on the rear spoiler), but it is much better to see it out on the grass with Sam. We also have his uncle's home-built "windwagon". Such fire and creativity is a family trait, it seems. Again, well done. Very nice work.
amazing video...hope to see more stuff like this in speedhunters...no music edit only pure car sounds from amazing cars...well done
Awesome video thx for sharing. Anyone knows a link with pictures of that transparent corvette stingray?
The past 16 minutes of my life well spent. Great to hear all the amazing cars, there is just something about it. It almost looks like you are there, beautiful atmosphere.
Good job Justin.
Noticed Mr Magnus Walker and his wife at 4:43. Lucky guy went for a ride along in those Porsche cup cars.
Porn, no other way to describe it, absolute gold!! We need a oscars award for 'Best automotive art piece'! Awesome!
WHAT a video! 15 minutes of joy. Thanks for all the awesomeness. The 911 with blue/red livery on white and the number 59 is just perfection. ... together with almost every other car in this masterpiece.
@maxproof That car was driven to many, many IMSA, Trans-Am, 24 hour races, etc victories around the world by Peter Gregg, who was the owner of Brumos Porsche in Jacksonville Florida. The colors you like were their colors and are on many famous race cars here in the States. Peter was unfortunatly stricken With A L S and committed suicide at age forty. Google Brumos and you'll see many cars in this livery.
Be sure to have a look at Justin's video Past Glory http://letsmakemedia.com/Past-Glory
@CSX 2485 Hey now, that's quite the code name. Thanks. Cheers!
@CSX 2485 Thanks a lot! I've often seen this livery but - strangely - never looked it up. Really great. Could suit nearly every (sports) car well.