From the track to the auctions and even the road between them, Car Week is one of the few events where it pays to have a camera with you at all times. You never know what you might see just down the street or around the corner in Monterey.
Here are a few more of my favorite shots of the week so far.
This ’56 300SL was a matching-number single-family-owner example — it sold for $1,737,500 at Bonhams on Friday Rupert Banner and Paul Darvill spotting bids at Bonhams’ Quail auction Duesenbergs and Ferraris wait their turn on the block at RM Sotheby’s in downtown Monterey 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series I, on its way to a $6,825,000 sale at RM Sotheby’s on Friday Nardo Grey F40 “Competizione” draws a crowd in Monterey, and draws immense interest in a private auction sale via RM Sotheby’s The “Perfect Circle” Miller racer rolls to a $650k sale inside the Portola on Friday night “Hell’s Chariot” from the 1978 film “Grease” awaits a new owner at Mecum — between being mobbed with selfie-shooters Could this be the world’s best Opel Kadett wagon? The new owner paid $15,400 for it at Mecum Monterey Paul Walker’s 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 stunned at $1,072,500 File this under “Don’t see that everyday”: A 250 LM hitching a ride on a rollback at Laguna Seca GTOs in the shade, GTOs in the sun… Minis, Alfas and Fords prepare to battle it out for screaming, sliding supremacy down the Corkscrew at Laguna Seca