An epic battle in the history of American Road Racing. Lance Reventlow had just finished building his fantastic new Scarab Sport Cars. Early success on the West Coast was fine, but if the Scarab's were real they had to come East and beat the dreaded Cunningham Lister-Jaguars. Their second east coast race was scheduled at Montgomery - a perfect venue for a light, powerful car. Montgomery was a basic triangle of runways with a few cones and hay bales thrown in to form chicanes. BARC was there for this fight between east and west. We tell our story, and also included is the original Competition Press coverage by Art Peck. But enjoy the shots of one fantastic day of racing back in the day.