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Panoz DP01 For Sale

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Cosworth Ford DFX Engine - $27,500

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I have a rare original Hewland HD5 gearbox for sale.Good overall condition.Open to reasonable offers or trades with Mk6/8/9 or FT200 gearboxes or parts.See More
Philippe Demeyer commented on Marc Crocetti's group Winkelmann / Palliser Racing Cars
"Looking for Palliser-Winkelmann WDF2 or WDF3 Formula Ford. Anything considered. Please send offers and leads by PM. Thank you. Philippe Demeyer"

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ESM Nissan conquers Petit Le Mans after bizarre final stint

Brendon Hartley, Ryan Dalziel and Scott Sharp won the 20th Petit Le Mans, but only after their ESM Nissan teammates and an Action Express Racing Cadillac were served penalties in the final half hour. Pipo Derani in the No. 22 ESM Nissan was adjudged to blame for sending Ryan Briscoe’s Ford GT off course while holding the lead and received a drive-through penalty. Meanwhile, Filipe Albuquerque in the No. 5 AXR Cadillac was issued a stop-and-hold penalty for ushering teammate Dane Cameron off the track during the final restart. He then had to serve another drive-through penalty for responding too late to the one before.

The sky is full of stars at Artcurial's latest auction

On Oct. 15, Artcurial will hold an auction at Mercedes-Benz’s French headquarters in Paris, with the whole catalogue fully dedicated to the three-pointed star. Among the 50-odd lots on offer, there are great classics, modern collector cars, and today’s supercars.

Schumacher's Ferrari F1 car from 2001 offered for sale in New York

A Ferrari F2001 raced in period by Michael Schumacher will be among the headline offerings at the 2017 RM Sotheby’s New York auction, scheduled for Nov. 16 at Sotheby’s headquarters in Manhattan. RM Sotheby’s said the Ferrari F2001, chassis 211, is the “most important modern Formula 1 race car and is amongst the most significant and most valuable competition cars in any collection worldwide.” The F2001, which contested the 2001 Formula 1 World Championship, is the car in which seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher won the last of his five Monaco victories and in which he secured his fourth world title, with victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Chassis 211 is expected to fetch well in excess of $4 million.

The indomitable legacy of the Porsche 935

Few racing cars conjure up an image and awake the emotion in me quite the same way as the Porsche 935. It debuted in 1975 and was the scourge of its competitors until the mid-1980's. Even in the Camel and Winston GTs alone, various 935 types won 65 races and four championship titles. The typical 935 was essentially a 930 turbo. According to regulations, the 935 had to use the road car's basic shape and floor plan.

Here's what a $1.3 million driving simulator looks like

Racing simulators comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes depending on how much money you want to spend. A few hundred bucks will get you a nice off-the-shelf steering wheel, while a few hundred thousand will get you a complete motion-ready F1 cockpit with three screens and a seriously immersive experience. But just how much do you get for your money? WTF1 made a nice video comparing racing simulators of various prices, starting from a reasonable $1300 setup all the way to a $1.3 million dollar system.

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4 Hacks to Boost Your Old Car's Resale Value

Posted by Tracey Clayton on October 16, 2017 at 6:30am 0 Comments

Finally, you’ve saved up enough money for a new car. But what about your old one? It would be a good idea to sell it, so you have more money for the new one. But is your car ready for a…


How to Safely Transport Your Vintage Car

Posted by Tracey Clayton on September 22, 2017 at 3:33am 0 Comments

It doesn’t matter if you are moving to another part of the country or visiting a classic car show, chances are that you won’t drive your vintage car. With every mile adding up, not to mention the risk of accident or maintenance issues, driving your classic car is a risky affair. No matter how much you enjoy inspiring awe with the old Detroit V8 rumble, transporting a vintage car is always a better alternative. Whichever option you choose, there are things you should know…


Indy Competiton News Volume 1, Issue 10

Posted by Greg Robb on September 17, 2017 at 12:46pm 0 Comments

Ligier JS5 Formula 1 car

Indy Competition News 

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Car Tyre Manufacturing - Then and Now

Posted by Tracey Clayton on September 10, 2017 at 9:25am 0 Comments

Resilient rubber compound, steel belts and the air inside – for most of us that’s what tyres are all about. While it might have been the case decades ago, today’s tyre manufacturers are pushing the boundaries of the design, building entirely new concepts. Let’s look at what has changed and how modern tyres have evolved through time.…


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