Jim: We had four cars had Laguna. All were "real" cars, though the SWB has some modifications (6 carbs). I, also, am concerned as it appers that vintage racing is going through a transition. There were NO 250 Testa Rossa's, one Birdcage and only one 250 GTO present at Laguna this year. Many of the people whom we used to race with are leaving or gone due to age, changing interest or concerns about car values. Many of the vintage events now are more focused on the financial results than the cars and drivers. Large grids make for better finances and offer the casual spectator more to see, but the quality of the driving has defintely been reduced. Many owners of "special" cars have decided it is not worth the risk to place their car on the same track as $40,000 vintage race cars driven by individuals of lesser ability. Just look at Elkhart Lake to see large grids made up of cars of lesser value and importance. Thankfully, we stopped going there the year of the big crash. If you looked around, you could see it coming.