Starting with the Winter Marathon Rally in January and ending with the Classic 12 Hours Sebring in November, Sports Car Digest covered a diverse range of historic car races and rallies in 2016. Our award-winning team of photographers took tens of thousands of pictures, spending hours post-event analyzing and choosing the best ones in an effort to wow our readers. To celebrate the effect that these photographs have on us as well as the dozens of talented photographers who capture them, we have once again narrowed it down to the 50 best vintage racing pictures of the year.
Identifying the top 50 certainly wasn’t a walk in the park, as the shots worthy of high praise number not in the dozens but in the many hundreds. The list is done, however, and similar to our Best of 2009, Best of 2010, Best of 2011, Best of 2012, Best of 2013, Best of 2014 and Best of 2015 contests, we are asking for your assistance picking the best vintage car racing photo from 2016.
Previous Best Vintage Car Racing Photo Winners
Simply vote by leaving a comment below indicating which photo is your favorite image. If you feel that we’ve overlooked a particular picture, please nominate a candidate by linking to the picture in your comment. We will announce the winner in the January 18th edition of our newsletter and in the comment section.
We will randomly choose THREE winners from the comments to receive a SCD T-Shirt and sticker combo, so be sure to include your email address in the comment form so we can reach you. In order to win, you must also be a subscriber to Sports Car Digest Weekly, so sign up for our free newsletter if you haven’t already.
We hope you enjoy the top 50 best pictures of 2016, sorted by the date taken.
Best Vintage Car Racing Photo of 2016
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