Thursday, August 20, 2009

Monterey Historic Races at Laguna Seca from the Air and Ground

Last weekend, Austin, Texas resident Tracy Anderson was in for a treat as he flew the airship from Moffett Field in Silicon Valley, over the Santa Cruz Mountains down to the Monterey Peninsula. There he saw the incredible Monterey Historic Races at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca from both the sky and ground.

We captured some great footage of the trip over the mountains, the track from the air, and the historic vehicles on the ground. Talk about a "skybox"!

2 comments:

Jon Tabor said...

Oh man, you've just combined my two favorite things -- motor racing and Zeppelins. Suddenly it's 1929 again!

You have to get me a wallpaper sized photo of Eureka's shadow on the ground, from the air. What a fantastic sight.

Brian Hall said...

We're working on a new "Shadow of the Zeppelin" blog. A collection of some of the best photos we have taken over the years of the shadow. We'll post here when it officially opens.