The Revs Program at the 2013 7th Biennial Symposium on Connoisseurship and the Collectible Car.
Indy 500 champ Dario Franchitti looks over the 1967 Gurney-Eagle F1 car.
Historian Doug Nye and Collector Joe Freeman discuss the 1914 Mercedes GP car.
A group of attendees discuss the thinking behind a Bugatti race car with a mixed set of original and borrowed parts.
Collector Nick Mason discusses the 1953 Porsche 550 Coupe as Stanford's Owen Falk and Reilly Brennan look on.
The cockpit of a Ferrari 166 in the midst of its restoration.
Revs Director Cliff Nass speaks to the crowd before the presentation on chemistry and surfaces by Stanford's Owen Falk and The Smithsonian's Malcolm Collum.
Revs Executive Director Reilly Brennan and Historian Doug Nye discuss the history of a Cunningham race car on display.
The Revs research team poses for a photo with three-time Indy 500 champ Dario Franchitti.
Indy 500 champ Dario Franchitti laughs with Revs researchers Jackie Liao, Owen Falk and Lene Harbott.
Revs Professor Michael Shanks, Indy 500 champ Dario Franchitti and collector/rock legend Nick Mason.
Revs researcher Owen Falk, collector/rock legend Nick Mason and Revs program administrator Adele Tanaka.
Revs researcher Owen Falk displays a few tools from his research project, including an XRF gun and a body panel from a 1930 Bugatti which was donated to Revs by the Simeone Foundation.
Dario Franchitti at the wheel of the 1952 Cunningham C4R for some demonstration laps.
Revs Co-director Chris Gerdes and legendary designer Tom Gale give a walking tour of the museum, focusing on design and engineering.
Revs researcher John Kegelman presents to the crowd his work on vehicle and driver instrumentation as researcher Lene Harbott and Revs Co-Director Chris Gerdes look on.
Attendees inspect the 1963 Corvette Grand Sport #004, a vehicle owned by the Revs Institute in Florida and on loan to the Revs Program at Stanford as part of our psychopysio research project.