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17Sep/110

ModSpace American Le Mans Monterey presented by Patrón

Round 8 American Le Mans Series
Presented by Tequila PatrĂ³n
Saturday September 17, 2011
Pit Notes Presented by Porsche

Stefan Mucke (#007-LMP1 AMR/Lola Coupe B09 60 Aston) records his first ALMS win.
Adrian Fernandez (#007-LMP1 AMR/Lola Coupe B09 60 Aston) records his ninth ALMS win.
Harold Primat (#007-LMP1 AMR/Lola Coupe B09 60 Aston) records his first ALMS win.
Christophe Bouchut (#055-LMP2 Lola Honda) posts his seventh ALMS win.
Scott Tucker (#055-LMP2 Lola Honda) posts his ninth ALMS win.
Luis Diaz (#055-LMP2 Lola Honda) posts his eleventh ALMS win.
Elton Julian (#63-LMPC Oreca FLM09) posts his sixth ALMS win.
Eric Lux (#63-LMPC Oreca FLM09) posts his second ALMS win.
Michael Guasch (#63-LMPC Oreca FLM09) * did not drive more than one lap.
Joerg Bergmeister (#45-GT Porsche 911 GT3 RSR) records his thirty-fourth ALMS win, tied for 4th.
Patrick Long (#45-GT Porsche 911 GT3 RSR) records his twentieth ALMS win.
Spencer Pumpelly (#66-GTC Porsche 911 GT3 Cup) posts his third ALMS win.
Duncan Ende (#66-GTC Porsche 911 GT3 Cup) posts his fourth ALMS win.
Peter Ludwig (#66-GTC Porsche 911 GT3 Cup) posts his first ALMS win.
Championships (pending final results): Chris Dyson and Guy Smith clinch LMP1 drivers title
Dyson Racing clinches LMP1 team championship
Joey Hand and Dirk Mueller clinch GT drivers championship
BMW Team RLL clinch GT team championship

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17Sep/110

ModSpace American Le Mans Monterey presented by Patrón

At 5:12 pm (3h 45m running), Oliver Gavin (#4-GT Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1), leader in class, into the pits.
4 tires, fuel, no driver change. Peter Ludwig (#66-GTC Porsche 911 GT3 Cup) takes the lead in class.

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17Sep/110

RENOWNED ART APPRAISER & COLLECTOR DAVID W. STREETS ANNOUNCES THE ESTATE SALE OF THE CENTURY.

THE ESTATE SALE WILL INCLUDE RARE PHOTGRAPHS BY ICONIC PHOTOGRAPHER

TERRY O'NEILL

INCLUDED IN THIS ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPOTUNITY WILL BE HUNDREDS OF STATE, HISTORICAL AND PRESIDENTIAL ART. INCLUDING CELEBRITY MEMORABILIA, MEN'S & WOMEN VINTAGE FURS FROM MOVIE STARS

THIS SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18TH AND NEXT SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25TH

FROM 10:00AM-4:00PM IN BEVELRY HILLS, CA

Beverly Hills Ca- One of the worlds nost well known art appraisers and collectors of art, and memorabilia David W. Streets of the David W. Streets Gallery in Beverly Hills will be moving his gallery to a new location and must sell alot of rare treasures he has amassed over the past 20 years to make room for his new location in beverly hills.

This is a rare opportunity to buy Beverly Hills estate furs, rare art, rare photogrphs numbered and signed and rare presidential and celebrity memorabilia, these items will sell for $50.00 to $50,000.00 . these are items that will appraise up to $100,000.00 in value.

David W, Streets is also the consultant used on the NBC Series ITS WORTH WHAT? , he procurs all of the items on the show and sets their appraised value.

Some of the massive and impressive items from David's Collection that will be for sale include: Rare hand signed and numbered Terry O'Neal photographs of The Rat Pack, Dean Martin, Sinatra,The Rolling Stones, Elton John, John Lennon, Eric Clapton, these rare photos were last seen in Las Vegas and in London and can only be bought from this collection.

hand signed Babe Ruth baseball, Home Plate signed by Joe Dimaggio,

guitars signed by Ozzy Osbourne, Bruce Springstein, Willie Nelson, Steven Tyler and Areosmith,

One of Amelia Erharts personal hats signed by the aviator herself.

An artifact from the Titanic

Jered Maancowitz rare lenticulars that are sold out edition usually not available to the public of Dean Martin, Mick Jagger, Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia, Keith Richards.

Also for sale are Preisdential hand signed artifacts fro Preisdents Johnson, Carter, Reagan, and Kennedy. rare signed artifactts from stars such as Lucille Ball, Elvis, The Monkeys, the cast of glee, Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monre rare photos, sports jerseys from the biggest sports stars, vintage collectible art posters.

Furs for men and women from the estates of Max Factor, and many stars.

Streets said " In downsizing I must part with these items and no resonable offer will be refused I simply do not have room for these in my new gallery. they must go. this a rare opportunity for the public and collectors to get very valuable items at prices they will not believe." Items will sell from $50.00 to $50,000.00...

The sale will go from 10:00am -4:00pm this sunday September 18th and again next Sunday September 25th from 10:00am -4:00pm the location of gthe sale where the items can be viewed and bought is located at 8712 Wilshire Blvd in the Edwards Lowell bldg.

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