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Randy Wells

Randy Wells

Randy Wells has spent thirty years behind the camera, logging more than a million miles on the road photographing America and its car collections. His work has appeared in over 25,000 venues worldwide, including covers for Excellence, National Geographic Traveler, Outdoor Photographer, and Sunset magazines. His clients include American Express, AT&T, BMW, Boeing, CNN, Daimler AG, Heineken, IBM, McDonald’s, Microsoft, Nike, and every major airline, hotel and cruise line. Randy’s awards include American Photo, AR100, Communication Arts, HOW, Nature’s Best, and Graphis. He’s based in Seattle, Los Angeles, and travels worldwide. “Looking at things differently, being creative, and making each project unique is what drives me as a photographer and writer. My approach is to do the research beforehand, then let my intuition and imagination fuel my search for new discoveries on location.”

1955 Pre-A Porsche 356

It was a pleasure getting to know Bob Heintz and his 1955 Pre-A Porsche 356. Bob restored this rare “Continental” model to perfection in its original Jade Green Metallic paint. It’s a gem that has gone on to win numerous concours. What a fun day it was canyon carving above Santa Barbara in this “time machine”. Photographing and writing about this jewell of a 356 was a blast too! Watch for my feature in the next issue of Excellence Magazine.

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PORSCHE RACING WEEKEND

Today is the final day of autocross competition at the 60th annual Porsche Parade in French Lick, Indiana. Good luck to all my PCA friends!

In Colorado, the 93rd Running of the “Race to the Clouds” is in qualifying mode. Pikes Peak Hillclimb champions Rhy Millen and Jeff Zwart are there. Zwart is running second behind Millen’s electric vehicle in his Porsche RSR GT2. Conditions are the best he’s ever seen!

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Randy Wells | Automotive & Travel Photographer | Writer

PORSCHE WINS LE MANS

Porsche Team’s 919 Hybrid #19 won the world’s greatest endurance race today with Nico Hulkenberg, Nick Tandy, and Earl Bamber driving at the French venue. This is Porsche’s 17th overall Le Mans victory. 919 #17, which was on pole with Mark Weber, finished second. Audi had to settle for 3rd after dominating this event for years.

Patrick Dempsey’s 911 RSR #77 finished 2nd on the LM GTE Am class podium with Marco Seefried and buddy Patrick Long sharing driving duty. Congrats to all!

(Photo courtesy Porsche AG)

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ROAD SCHOLARS II

ROAD SCHOLARS II

A new Porsche shop is about to open on San Juan Island, WA. The man of the shop? Kevin Watts. A Scot who’s one of the sharpest guys I know. Thanks, everyone, for your gracious hospitality.

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THE ALMOST PERFECT 1954 SPEEDSTER

THE ALMOST PERFECT 1954 SPEEDSTER

It’s no secret. I’ve always wanted a 1954 Porsche Speedster. It’s the first year of an iconic shape that’s become an classic in automotive history. At least I’ve had the opportunity to photograph and drive one. My images of Bruce Ungari’s PCA Parade concours winning example are now on view in an article Peter Linsky wrote for the latest issue of Excellence Magazine. Enjoy.

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