Bob, Robert and Ron,
An appreciated thread regarding Warren Agor, his passing and bits of his racing history. I first became associated with Warren and his racing team in 1973 and grew into a full volunteer crew member lasting through the 1977 season. My strongest involvement were with the Monza GT cars being a designer, fabricator,race crew member and photographer/videographer.
FYI, Warren will be inducted into the Watkins Glen Grand Prix Drivers Walk of Fame this coming Sept. 12, 2015. On Friday Sept-11 at the Corning Concourse and on Saturday at both the Watkins Glen Post Office and International Racing Research Center, the newly reconstructed Agor 1977 Monza GT, after last September's crash, will be on display along with a grouping of photo and memorabilia displays from Warren's entire career from the Penske Trans-Am Camaro time through the 1977 race season, as well as more recent SVRA vintage events. Family members and some team members will be attending. You're all welcome, if you're close enough to attend, etc.
I know it's really late to ask, but if any of you have any Warren Agor / Warren Agor Racing photos that you'd like to contribute (in digital form) to be possible included in the event display, as well as to be part of the digital documents archive DVD to be turned over to the International Racing Research Center n Watkins Glen, they'd be very much appreciated, even at this late date. Even after the event they would be appreciated and could be included in the archive of Warren Agor's racing career.
I'm coordinating all such documents and the display for the Agor family and currently involved team members.
I can easily be reached at email@example.com
FYI, a few years ago I created with Warren, the Facebook site "Warren Agor Racing Team" in which there are already over 700 photos and some videos. What's still lacking are more photos from the early years.