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This Carrera Panamericana Champion spark plugs ad doesn’t even require translating it from Spanish to recognize how fantastic it is.
She may have never finished higher than 37th place (in a Chrysler Saratoga in 1952), but I have huge respect for anyone that attempted to tackle the mighty Carrera Panamericana.
These are amazing. Sure. I guess I like Piloti Racing Shoes as much as the next guy, but their aesthetics are a far cry from the simple honesty of these deadstock 1960’s Les Leston Grand Prix vintage racing boots.
Originally intended as a commemorative gift for Jimmy himself, modelmaker Henri Baigent’s work took on an additional weight of importance in the wake of Clark’s death.
Even in an era before ubiquitous photography where everyone has a camera in their pocket (and no film processing!
John Shea wrote in with another photographic head scratcher. Can anyone identify this Alfa-Romeo photographed at Sheppard’s Imports in Tampa, Florida in the mid-1950s?
I’m betting that understanding Italian wouldn’t make this any more amazing than it already is in my ignorance.
The battles from the perspective of this MGB in the 2012 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix are fun and worth a watch on their own (man, this driver works through the traffic!
Turn up those speakers. Damn. You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
In case you missed it, the wonderful and attractive people on the Goodwood media team have uploaded the full-day replays of the 2016 Goodwood Revival.
Gary Mason sent us a whole pile of his photographs shot as a teenager during his travels through Europe hitting every motor race he could.
“Thanks for my life…” says Gordon MacKenzie: leading racing driver. Gordon MacKenzie tells how his GenTex crash helmet saved his life!
Oh to visit this little garage and perch on a stool out of the way and watch these gorgeous machines get prepped for the upcoming season.
♪It’s the mooooossstt wonderful time… of the year.♫ You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
Our mid-engine car is a fair-weather friend that won’t let you down in foul weather. On sunny days, the top snaps off in less than a minute, stores under the rear trunk lid and takes up almost no room at all.
I thought I’d seen every possible accessory and customization for the 911, but I’m really digging these Ignition Switch Cover Decals from Car Bone Liveries.
I’m glad someone else has followed The Goodwood Revival’s marvelous example of livestreaming and archiving contemporary vintage races.
This film would surely have disintegrated in its can if Fred Weinberg had not picked up at a yard sale.
The Quail: A Motorsports Gathering always draws out many of the best vintage racing cars on the planet—so it only makes sense that Bonham’s auction at the event will follow suit.
James Dean would hate that I’m posting this film featuring him as a celebrity participating in a weekend at the track.