Highlights from Sonoma Raceway: The Historic Trans Am Race, 2018 IndyCar Grand Prix of Sonoma. Part 2.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEVE PHIPPS • SEPTEMBER 23, 2018 • PHOTOGRAPHS ON THIS PAGE ARE COPYRIGHT © FAMAMOCA LLC 2018 AND MAY NOT BE REPUBLISHED WITHOUT LICENSE
Leon Desimone's 1970 Chevrolet Camaro, just out of Turn 2. Fifth in Sunday's Race 2, 2:00.748 best lap.
Ken Epsman's 1966 Ford Mustang. Tenth in Friday's Qualifier, 2:00.689 best lap.
Lance Smith's 1970 Chevrolet Camaro, headed for Turn 3. Fourteenth with a 2:02.317 in Friday's Qualifier but DNS for Sunday's race.
Ken Epsman's 1972 American Motors Javelin. Friday's top qualifier with Jimmy Hague behind the wheel and a fast 1:55.845 best lap, the only car faster than 1:56. And then there's either a typo in the race results or the drivers swapped rides: Hague is listed in the no.89 Mustang for Sunday's Race 2 (above) and Ken Epsman is in the no.2 Javelin, finishing third with a 1:59.853 best lap.
Bill Godwin's 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, just out of Turn 2. Eleventh in Friday's Qualifier with a 2:00.929 best lap but DNS for Sunday's Race 2.
Robert Kauffman's 1970 Chevrolet Camaro. Ninth in Friday's Qualifier with Brian Ferrin behind the wheel and a 2:00.157 best lap. And either another typo or another driver swap: Ferrin is listed in the no.45 Boss 302 for Sunday's Race 2 and Ken Adams takes over in the no.77A Camaro, placing it seventh with a 2:01.129 best lap.
Chip Fudge's 1970 Chevrolet Camaro, just out of Turn 2. Tenth in Sunday's Race 2 with a 2:01.455 best lap.
Lance Smith's 1970 Chevrolet Camaro.
Steve Link's 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. Thirteenth in Sunday's Race 2 with a 2:00.814 best lap.
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