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Ordinarily I wouldn’t subject you to an 11 minute Johnny Walker ad, but maybe if advertising as short film as love letter to vintage racing is a success we’ll see more of these and fewer terrible ads.
Rudi wrote in with his footage from a variety of drag races saying, “Don’t know if you are into drags, but I just posted what I shot way back then”.
Porsche already does a good job of getting their historic racing cars out to the track and in front of fans—but I’ve never heard of an event like this one and I hope to be there for the next one.
I was at a concert last night and invariably as the artist takes the stage, people’s phones come out and they start filming.
Given the 11 year run of the Elan, we can really see in these disperate images from a variety of periods in the early 60s and 70s how much the culture changed within the Lotus facilites, from white shop coats to rock-and-rollers.
Do you like to drive? With a Nardi steering wheel you will love it more! You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
This place recognizes Porsche 917 body panels for what they are—works of art. These would make a lovely addition to the garage wall..
I’m sure someone thought there was a good reason for this. You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
Great stuff here from the 1956 running of the Santa Barbara Road Races, Torrey Pines, and Pebble Beach.
Anyone have some land to donate to the cause of properly replicating Monza with the banking? After all, this doesn’t look so hard.
With an amazing array of classic Mercedes Benz GP Cars brought up by the Revs Institute it was already going to be a fantastic weekend.
On September 17th, we celebrate Porsche’s iconic endurance racer, the 917. You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
While we wait for the complete video archive of the weekend to make it’s way online (hopefully—fingers crossed!
Clemente Biondetti’s 2-liter Ferrari 166 MM makes the climb between Parma and the Poggio di Berceto on his way to a third straight victory in the 1949 Mille Miglia.
This image of all 6 surviving Cobra Daytona Coupes that Goodwood tweeted today is indescribable. So instead of reading anything I would write about how amazing it is, just scroll up and look at it some more.
The Revival is live streaming again this year—Hooray! I’ll update links as live video streams go down and archives go up.
Rudi wrote in with this wonderful film compiling his old 8mm film cans chronicling visits to venerable races across the Eastern half of the country between 1957 and 1967.
This Kickstarter for an Alfa-Romeo Alfetta GT inspired chrono by Straton Watch Co has already achieved more than 7 times it’s $15,500 goal, but there’s still time to get in on it for your own Vintage Driver Chrono.
Back when PIR was Auto Sports Park they had a touch more personality and fun in their program ephemera than they do today.
Whew! I thought Monday’s ride and rally around town brought out some great cars… and it did. But last night’s party had a parking lot full of amazing Porsches of all vintages.