The first ever South Florida Sportscar Challenge featured both FARA USA and the Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli taking to the track at Homestead-Miami Speedway. This also was the busiest I have ever been at an event, serving both an entire series and multiple clients in all classes for both series. Thankfully, the weather was superb and I couldn't have asked for better conditions to shoot.
  This race also marked the first time in my six years of shooting FARA that I actually had a sunset to shoot during the Sunset 300, and while not idea, it sure didn't disappoint. 
  Finally, this was the weekend my good friend and first client Herbert Gomez debuted his fully restored 1988 "Dentici Supercar" Acura Integra. After a painstaking effort to restore the car to its original livery from the 1988 SCCA Runoffs at Road Atlanta, Gomez brought out the car at Homestead for the first time, sharing the ride with the car's original driver Jim Dentici. Years of work culminated in the unveiling of the car in front of friends and family at the track. Next up for me for Trans-Am will be the Detroit round for the TA2 class, while FARA returns to the track at Homestead-Miami Speedway for the Memorial 300.


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