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The official website of the Bridgehampton Racing Heritage Group
Photo highlights from the 2011 Bridgehampton Days Celebration and Road Rally - Oct 1, 2011

Photos by Peter Klebnikov and Andrew S. Hartwell
Arthur prepares for his run. PKIn the D-Type, while it was still threatening to rain.  PKIn the foreground, the beautiful 1958 Lister Jaguar, identical to the one in which the indominable Archie Scott-Brown, the one-handed tobacco salesman won so many races around the world.
PKAs at any event at Bridgehampton, legendary race cars brought out the experts.
PKA highlight of the exhibit was Dan Stanfill's superb 8mm film from a electric camera mounted on the cowl of his Austin Healey 100/4 at one of the first ever races at Bridgehampton in 1958. Here, Herb Wetson and Frank Dominiani take in the action.. PKThe Crosley land speed record car.  PKJon, Jake: Thanks so much for brightening the day for all of us!
PKTaking off for the quick lap around the old round-the-houses Bridgehampton circuit.
PKThe field before the rally.  PKFerrari Daytona and Pierce Arrow.  PKJake Auerbach and co-pilot in the continuation Maserati 450S
PKFord fanatics, Peter Papademetriou and Peter Klebnikov in front of immaculate 1966 GT-40.
PKIn this Allard J2, Tommy Cole won the inaugural sports car races around the houses at Bridgehampton in 1949. There are photos of him jumping the old bridge at over 90 mph with all four wheels off the ground.

Before the rally.  PKThe raceway exhibit tracks the evolution of racing from 1949-1997. It remains a popular feature of the day, as people keep sending us new material and films.
PKKey to BRHG's mission is passing the lore of Bridgehampton to the next generation.
PKGuy Frost, Peter Papademetriou, unidentified gentleman, and Andy Hartwell, of the Bridgehampton Racing Heritage Group.  PK
Tony Giordano's Sprite is a time capsule of an early-1970's SCCA club racer. Bravo!
PK1957 D-Type, identical to the one in which "King of the Bridge" Walt Hansgen won the inaugural professional races at Bridgehampton in the fall of 1957.
PKBob Strada takes the Ferrari Daytona for a run around the old round-the-houses circuit in Bridgehampton. In background is the Candy Kitchen, which was ground zero for racers for nearly 50 years.  PK

Dr. David Hidalgo brought one of 31 Ford GT40 street models. Original raceway is 2 miles in back of this landscape.
PKBRHG's Mark Saladino prepares to tow concours winning GT40 to parts unknown
PKWhich way to the Mulsanne Straight? Herb Wetson takes the D-Type out for a twilight run. He hopes the Lucas headlights will hold. 

PKBefore the crowds. The Bridgehampton Race Circuit display.
Howard Kroplick's "Black Beast" that ran in the first Indy 500Andy Hartwell and the new BRHG bannerMemories for sale!