More vintage racing photos from Laguna Seca? You’re welcome.
Audi’s five-cylinder engine turns 40 today. Created to mitigate the packaging and weight distribution downsides of an inline-six cylinder engine, with the advent of turbocharging and permanent all-wheel drive the motor went on to be a legend.
Fog over Laguna Seca.
[Remember when MG was going to be on top of the world again, again?]
The famous Group 5 BMW E21 320 Turbo, about to put in some work at Laguna Seca.
This is what’s called “building brand awareness.”
I’d ask “Which one would you take?” but I already know the answer.
Pebble Beach is coming up soon! Start your day with something classy, you goons.
Happy 50th birthday to the Volvo 140 Series. That design has held up well.
CATERA! When was the last time you saw one of these on the road?
I’ve had two S63 AMG press cars while employed for Jalopnik. I never took photos of the second one, but I did the first—and never shared them. Here they are!
Two years ago Jason and I drove from Austin to the Los Angeles Auto Show in this 228i. This shot, which I rather like, was taken just outside of Fort Stockton, Texas in what most people would consider the middle of nowhere.
And people say ‘80s cars are ugly.
An incredible 1990 Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II, with just 885 miles on the clock, will go under the hammer as part of Silverstone Auctions’ sale at Salon Privé at Blenheim Palace on Saturday 3rd September.
Bring back the Tiburon!