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1965 A-Production Corvette

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1959 OSCA 750S NART

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1959 Bocar Stiletto

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Indy 500 Mercedes Grand Prix racer

by Royce Rumsey Keep pushing! After leading 196 of the 200 laps of the 1912 Indianapolis 500, Ralph DePalma’s Mercedes suffered a cracked piston. Rather than pull the crippled car into the pits and retire, Ralph and his mechanic Louis Fontaine, hand-pushed the large Mercedes the remaining 4 laps (10miles!) on the brick-surfaced speedway to finish 11th! This is the stuff that legends are made of and it’s nearly impossible to imagine any contemporary sports personality exhibiting this kind of…

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Augusto is now a member of The Vintage Racing League
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Can You Restore Classic Cars As A Beginner?

Restoring classic cars is a captivating journey that entails reviving a piece of history, and preserving the artistry and innovation of a bygone era. For many, this endeavor is a passionate hobby that brings immense satisfaction as they breathe new life into vintage vehicles, transforming them into gleaming symbols of automotive heritage. The appeal of classic car restoration lies in the unique stories each vehicle tells and the meticulous process of bringing them back to their former…

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Shawn Shaw joined Stephen Page's group

La Carrera Panamericana Group

La Carrera Panamericana (1950-1954), the Mexican Road Race, was one of the most famous events in auto racing history. Race in 2009.Contact: Gerie Bledsoe, NA Coordinatorgbledso@aol.com650-867-9488 (Cell)650-726-9890 (home office)See More

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Bugatti's Baby II Type 35

The six bespoke masterpieces that make up the Baby II Type 35 Centenary Edition family have each been elegantly crafted and uniquely designed with a livery inspired directly by the six Bugatti Type 35 racecars that left a lasting legacy on both the automotive and motorsports world 100 years ago.

Leclerc praises performance of Ferrari upgrades as he prepares for 'super important' qualifying in Imola

Charles Leclerc was pleased to enjoy a strong first day on track at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix as Ferrari ran a series of upgrades, but also warned of a need to "keep our feet on the ground" ahead of qualifying. Leclerc looked to be feeling comfortable in his SF-24, having topped the timesheets in both of Friday’s practice sessions in Imola.

Penske in charge as the pace quickens on Fast Friday at IMS

Team Penske fired a warning shot across the paddock at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a 1-2-3 at the top of the timing screens as the field made their final preparations for the opening day of qualifying for the Indy 500.

The top 7 coolest Corvettes from Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach

We have a great rivalry in the collector car auction world right now, with Barrett-Jackson and Mecum throwing out numbers that rival what other auctions are garnering for our beloved Corvette. After their Kissimmee extravaganza, where a whopping 72% of the 527 'Vettes offered sold, Mecum was declared the undisputed champion of collector car auctions.

Chevy Camaro could return as a fun-to-drive electric car, GM president says

The Chevrolet Camaro as we've come to know it since 1967 is no more. The gasoline-powered pony car ended production in December 2023, with no solid hints from Chevrolet about the future of the nameplate. General Motors president Mark Reuss has just shared some ideas about the future of an electrified Camaro product, however, and it sounds nothing like Ford's Mustang Mach-E. (Image: Car and Driver)

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Posted by Greg Robb on April 5, 2024 at 9:57am 0 Comments

We still have a little way to go on my new website. Plus some small details in the shop to do. Today we got our latest newsletter out.

Well 2024 is off to a good start. Our first newsletter for the year is out this weekend. We spent the first couple of weeks finishing the Wildcat Mk8B. A two page list of cleanup and fixup projects m…

Posted by Greg Robb on January 21, 2024 at 3:50pm 0 Comments

Well 2024 is off to a good start. Our first newsletter for the year is out this weekend. We spent the first couple of weeks finishing the Wildcat Mk8B. A two page list of cleanup and fixup projects mostly complete, scrubbing the floor will finish that off. I got the social media stuff back on track. I assigned someone to direct the creation of our new website. I am quite optimistic about the coming season. …


Sponsor a World Class Female Racecar Driver

Posted by Stephen Page on May 17, 2023 at 3:14pm 1 Comment

Sabré Cook is a professional racing driver and mechanical engineer from Grand Junction, Colorado. She progressed from a successful karting career into car racing in 2017 and has raced in a broad spectrum of series such as SCCA, Road to Indy, F4, F3, W Series, NLS, MX5, WRL, Porsche Sprint Challenge, and now…


SVRA Laguna Seca Speedfest 2022

Posted by Dougie on May 31, 2022 at 8:41pm 0 Comments

We had a great trip to Laguna Seca for SVRAS's Speedfest in April. Team Healey family and crew had a great time racing, eating, and drinking in Carmel and the beautiful surrounding area.


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