How Peter Harholdt shot the cover photo of the Rusty Wallace Dodge for Motorsports Hall of Fame of America
Have you seen the latest addition to the Vitesse gallery? This 1929 Du Pont Model G Four-Passenger Speedster was generously donated by Mr. Thomas L. duPont and now resides permanently on the gallery floor. Speaking on the car, Revs Institute Founder Miles C. Collier, says: "This is an exciting addition to the displays at Revs Institute and will aid in our mission: to drive the recognition of the automobile as not only a great social change agent, but also one of the highest expressions of all that is great in the human mind and spirit."
Peter Harholdt is both a museum photographer and a veteran racer. He is a partner with Stance & Speed in the Monograph Series, where they publish automotive books. His clients have included the Smithsonian, the Louvre, MoMA, and the White House. He has raced in IMSA and the SCCA and has had podium finishes in the 24 Hours of Daytona and the Can-Am. He’s also run at Bonneville. Among Peter's recent automotive books are: Can-Am Cars in Detail, the Stance; Speed Monograph Series, and The Allure of the Automobile, and The Art of the Hot Rod, both with Ken Gross who has also been a guest here on Cars Yeah
An interview with Peter Harholdt about the 12 image Boxed set of important Can-Am cars. With Pete Lyons, he produced the book "Can-Am Cars in Detail" which was published by Bull Publishing. These images derived from this work and are archivally printed on 17" X 22" double weight gloss stock