One of the great things about vintage racing is that you'll see some truly historic, special cars. This is one of them. Conservatively estimated at being worth 2 - 5 million dollars, owned and raced by Jon Shirley. This is THE car that Tazio Nuvolari won the 1935 German Grand Prix in. Here's a link as well... Some interesting details - if you look inside the cockpit you can see that the driveshaft splits just in front of the driver. Each rear wheel is driven by a separate shaft. There is an "axle" that connects each side, but they are driven individually.The fuel is a mix of 85% ethanol, 12.5% petroleum (didn't get that detail exactly), and 2.5% acetone. It sounds amazing at full throttle, and was driven enthusiastically all weekend long (well, except when it rained in its heat).