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James Dean would hate that I’m posting this film featuring him as a celebrity participating in a weekend at the track.
“Brilliant Italian Race Car Manufacturer Pays Tribute to Dependable Champion Spark Plugs ‘The victory /of Alberto Ascari in one of our Ferrari cars in the 22nd Grand Prix of Italy at 115.547 miles per hour average, established new all-time records for the Monza track, and also established the highest speed attained in European circuits.
It’s good for the soul to get these old bikes out on the New Jersey beach and flog them like the thoroughbreds they are.
I’ve received enough emails about the Jackie Stewart Tyrrell shirt that we’re printing a second run of them.
Get ready for LeMans weekend! You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
Porsche 550s for saleAlthough I do enjoy that the pace of used car sales was such that only a mailing address was necessary..
This video could have stopped at the handheld footage of the corners from an airplane passing slowly overhead and it still would have been worth sharing.
Always shocking to see the stark contrast between the glitzy see-and-be-seen fanfare of today’s pits and the casual atmosphere of races of the past.
I feel like British Pathé could have used this title for dozens of their recaps of races in the 1960s.
By now we’ve already done all the drooling we can over the impending sale of several of Jerry’s Porsches at the upcoming Gooding Amelia Island auction.
The team at Canepa says, “The last of Porsche’s “street legal” racecars was the 906. With dealer plate in hand we went out to test that theory.” I wonder what the other drivers on the road thought of this blood orange beauty appearing in their rear-view mirror.
I’ve been trying to figure out why it is that contemporary track maps aren’t imbued with the personality and joy that illustrated track maps like this on of the 1967 Tillamook Naval Air Station Auto Races.
Ice racing still happens on the frozen waters near St. Paul, Minnesota. But seeing Siatas and 356s and Allards wheel to slipping wheel is no less a tremendous sight out on the ice in this film of the St.
Another beautifully shot video by the team at Quartamarcia. You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
Classic Race Simulators rents out a variety of handmade replica mid-late 60s Formula 1 cockpits for use with racing simulators for what looks to be an incredibly immersive experience.
These onboards from the Targa Florio during the practice period are always harrowing. When you see the occasional shepherd and daily Sicilian traffic it’s not hard to see why this footage from 1973 was the last year of the event.
Excitement is standard equipment! The small blue car lurking behind that ’61 Corvette is a 1927 Bugatti.
The new Boxter is lovely. But sit one next to the old Porsche 718 and it looks like garbage. We’ve talked before about marketers doing this “let’s photograph the new one next to the old one and show our lineage and the power of our history” tactic before.
A bit more standard a map than I usually showcase on our Track Maps of the Past series, but how can you not love the Südschleife?
I’m having trouble finding verifiable information on this gorgeous little barchetta. Previous sellers have said she has LeMans and Mille Miglia provenance, but I’m not finding it immediately and we’ve all known sellers that were prone to exaggeration.