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Crikey! It’s Novitec Rosso’s 770bhp, widebody Ferrari F12

German tuner takes Ferrari F12, makes it really wide, gives it all the power

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Packed Schedule for Audi Tradition in 2016

Audi Tradition will take part in more than 20 events in 2016 on the world’s roads and at classic car events around the globe, while also celebrating a few anniversaries along the way. One of the highlights: It was exactly 80 years ago that the Auto Union Type C racing car with Bernd Rosemeyer behind […] See More
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Classified of the week: this is a 550bhp, 5.0-litre V8 Bowler EXR-S, and you could have it

Extreme road-legal off-road racer heads to auction. This is the Rangie to have

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Is Ginetta’s G40 racer a good route into motorsport? TG checks it out

The G40 is a road legal, entry level racer for £40k. But is that really good value?

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Simon Pagenaud gets controversial IndyCar win in Long Beach

Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud took his fifth IndyCar Series win of his career at the 42nd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach in Long Beach, California, April 17. However, it wasn’t without controversy. As the 31-year-old French racing driver exited the pits after his second pit stop, he appeared to cut the pit exit line and, in doing so, was able to pass Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon for the lead and for the win. IndyCar reviewed the incident and handed Pagenaud a warning.

Formula 1 set to agree plan on 2017 rule changes

Formula 1 has been through a turbulent time over the last year or so. There have been rows, stand-offs and threats. At times, the very future of the sport has seemed in doubt. Falling TV audiences and a poisonous atmosphere within the sport have led to the acceptance that something has to change. And now, finally, F1's bosses are poised to sign off on a set of new regulations that they hope will guarantee a rosier future for the next few years, with faster cars, happier drivers, better racing and less financial strain on smaller teams.

Luftgekühlt 2016 — Report and photos

The third edition of the air-cooled Porsche celebration known as Luftgekühlt was staged April 10 at home decor brand Modernica’s property in Los Angeles, California. The brainchild of Porsche factory racer Patrick Long and Howie Idelson, Luftgekühlt has become one of the major social occasions in the Porsche community, especially for the crowd that isn’t necessarily interested in the world of Concours.

Porsche inherit Audi's Silverstone win in FIA World Endurance Championship opener

That the racing at the opening round of the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship would be intense was never in doubt; the ultimate result of the meeting, however, proved more elusive. At the end of a frenetic and incident-packed six hours on April 17, it was the No. 7 Audi of Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer and Benoît Tréluyer that took the chequered flag, the marque’s first win since the second round at Spa last year. Their celebrations were short-lived, however, after the car was deemed to have broken sporting regulations by the stewards in post-race scrutineering, giving the victory to the second-placed Porsche No. 2 of Neel Jani, Romain Dumas and Marc Lieb.

It's better to have a vintage race car you don't need to worry about

As much as vintage racers hate to admit it, we aren't creating history when we compete; we are merely celebrating it. So if you're going vintage racing, is it smarter to drive something faster and more durable? In other words, something less vintage?

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Just Read Louis Galanos" online piece at a must read!

Posted by Jim Holody on April 7, 2016 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

"Just Read Louis Galanos" online piece at a must read!"

Louis...I loved your story about your experiences from your trip to the 1962 Sebring races. I can totally believe your family back then thinking it was an April Fools joke!

I have had some wild tales as a university student back in 1969 with NASA and the FBI, but nothing like your story.

As an 1959 MGA twin cam racer, what initially caught my eye, was your period picture of the #53 MGA…


Art Deco dasher – 1927 Bugatti Type 38A

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