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10 of Paul Newman's race cars make a public debut together at the 2018 San Marino Motor Classic

Paul Newman came to racing later in life, but once there, he kept at it. In the 20-something years he drove, he piloted a wide range of road cars, everything from Datsuns to a Trans-Am Oldsmobile. Ten of Newman’s cars made their public debuts at the annual San Marino Motor Classic June 10, from his original Triumph TR6 to the Porsche 935 he co-drove to first in class and second overall at Le Mans in 1979.

A day at the workshop with Shelby American legend Allen Grant

A man with a racing career intrinsically linked to the Cobra, Allen Grant was part of the fabled Shelby American driver line-up during the 1965 championship victory that wrote Carroll Shelby and his “hot rods” into the history books. Rémi Dargegen spent the day with him at his Palm Springs workshop.

The last time a road car won Le Mans

The recent announcement that production-based hypercars could race at Le Mans in 2020 has us thinking about the last time a road car won the famous 24-hour race. It was 20 years ago, and the car was a Porsche 911 GT1 driven by Allan McNish (in his first of three Le Mans wins), Laurent Aïello, and Stéphane Ortelli. This, the 66th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, was the last year of GT1, a class which allowed top-flight street-based cars to compete for overall wins.

Examining the 2019 F1 rule changes to boost overtaking

Closer racing and more overtaking — these were the key targets as rule changes for the 2019 season were announced. In a video produced by Formula 1.com’s tech team of Giorgio Piola and Mark Hughes, we explain the major revisions aimed at spicing up the racing in 2019.

This documentary explains why Hong Kong is filled with abandoned collector cars

In its final episode after 30 years, Hong Kong’s “The Pearl Report,” dives deep into the culture surrounding the Special Administrative Region of China’s copious abandoned and trashed classic cars. The episode, appropriately called “The End Of The Road,” takes viewers not just to the cars themselves but also to government officials, local car club members, mechanics and car collectors.

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This is a dream come true for Nick Boulle - Racing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans

Posted by Stephen Page on May 29, 2018 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

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This is a dream come true for Nick Boulle. If you haven’t heard, he will making his debut at the Le Mans race. So any coverage you would like to provide would be greatly appreciated. Please click on the link to see the publicity photos of Nick: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/um4wqquau8q7y6h/AACWvcSgJASqqtcI4DN3bXvja?dl=0…

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May is Here

Posted by Greg Robb on May 12, 2018 at 10:00am 0 Comments

It is May here in Indianapolis and that means the Indy 500. Our latest newsletter was released this week. Featuring a former Patrick Racing Reynard 97i just listed on our website. Along with a very nice Dallara T02 pictured below. Also several other former Patrick Racing machines. So take a look at our newsletter, May is here. If you like what you…

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‘53 Studebaker Commander.  $125,000/B.O. Formerly owned by Pan-Am/Chix legend Jerry Churchill.

Posted by Stephen Page on May 10, 2018 at 10:56am 0 Comments

‘53 Studebaker Commander.  $125,000/B.O.  Formerly owned by Pan-Am/Chix legend Jerry Churchill.  Built by Jamie Hamm’s Bonefied Customs in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Cost to reproduce $185,000+.  Comes with a LS based engine. The late Jerry Churchhill Studebaker.  No expense…

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