I had to check the calendar to see if it’s Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus appreciation week or something because they’ve posted some fire lately.
Is your desktop wallpaper and iPhone lock screen something boring to look at like some generic photo of the night sky or *gasp* just the color black? Well, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus wants to help you out with that before the year ends. As per Glickenhaus on their official Instagram post they put out earlier today (Nov. 6,2018) someone on their social media team convinced James Cameron Glickenhaus to release its entire photo archive in full high-definition resolution to the greater press and to regular fans of the American Supercar maker like you and I.
Check out their wonderful little Instagram post below.
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We love sharing our adventures. We receive daily inquiries from press, and we decided to share virtually every high res photograph and rendering that we have the rights to with the press and the world. Behind the scenes. Racing. Loosely organized by car. But this is an treasure trove of literally thousands of photos. To use, enjoy, publish. I am organizing the files now and will release them over the this week.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has a rich history of racing that goes back to 2011 when, according to their website, they finished 13th overall in the VLN Endurance Champtionship with thier SCG P 4/5 Competizione. Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus followed that feat with an impressive 39th overall finish at the 24 Hours of Nurburgring in a field of 180 cars.
Most recently, SCG completed the 2018 24 Hours of Nurburgring with a First in class finish with their SCG 003C, quite the progression over seven years for the American based team to say the least.
You can imagine with the close to two dozen racing highlights between those races including building a handful of racecars, that there is a sizeable amount of Research & Development as well as plenty of behind the scenes that normal folk never get to see, all this documented thanks to someone walking around with a DSLR. Now, all those photos will soon be available.
This is an unprecedented amount of media to share and is certainly appreciated by the greater car community.
One thing they WON’T be sharing, when queried by this Instagram commenter, is their CAD files, which almost goes without saying, but funny for them to reply with nonetheless.
Bookmark, save, star their Facebook, Instagram page etc as SCG will post the link with all that media, soon.