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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.
Porsche Minneapolis celebrated the opening of their new facility in grand style today with a fantastic drive among several of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes that was intended to be led by Magnus Walker.
Make no mistake about it, this crash at the VSCDA event at Grattan is very, very scary. One second, your picking your turn in spot and getting ready for your turn.
As usual, I’m up to my eyeballs combing through all of the photography and video that has come out of car week.
Only at the Pebble Beach auctions does a car with a $250,000-$300,000 estimate qualify as “under the radar”.
I hope this camera operator is quick on his feet. Via The General Store. You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.
Darren wrote in trying to track down this fiberglass-bodied, Ford Flathead V8-powered special that his father build when Darren was a child.
Let’s walk among the trumpets and crazy wide slicks of the 1972 Can-Am paddock at Road Atlanta. Maybe I over-romanticize the history of motor racing—okay, definitely—but wandering among the teams here looks much more like any amateur vintage race happening this weekend than the velvet-rope, VIP charade of top-shelf racing in the modern era.
I think we can all generally agree that the rapid increase in technology—particularly the desktop computer—has made society better in almost every way.