This 1948 Alfa Romeo Racer Is Actually A Nardi

Dick De Luna is a septuagenarian gentleman who intends to keep moving rather fast for at least another 20 years with this, his 1948 Nardi-Danese 6C 2500 shared with his wife as a navigator. » 3/12/15 9:15am 3/12/15 9:15am

Watch Jay Leno Hammer On A Classic Jaguar At The Mille Miglia

Jaguar absolutely threw down at this year's Mille Miglia, inviting many celebrity drivers to pilot some serious cars, including denim enthusiast Jay Leno and Jaguar Design Director Ian Callum who had the keys of a Jaguar XK120 race car. » 6/03/14 1:20pm 6/03/14 1:20pm

This Was Jaguar At The Mille Miglia

Jaguar Heritage Racing entered four cars into the four-day, 1,000-mile endurance rally known as the Mille Miglia. The historic fleet was supported by 30 mechanics from JD Classics while the cars themselves were driven by all sorts of celebrities and the best of Jag's own crew. » 5/21/14 4:30pm 5/21/14 4:30pm

Mercedes-Benz Had A Blast At The Mille Miglia In Italy

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A Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Was Totally Ruined And Life Is Unfair

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[Jaguar Heritage Racing will be tackling the legendary Mille Miglia classic car endurance event from 15-18 May with a line-up of top-name drivers, which will be traversed over 1,000 gruelling miles from Brescia-Rome-Brescia in ten of the most revered and sought-after historic Jaguar cars ever produced. Photo credit:… » 5/01/14 11:00pm 5/01/14 11:00pm

What It's Like To Run The Mille Miglia In A Priceless Sports Car

Back in 2009, RM Auctions sold a 1952 Jaguar C-Type, a car once driven by Phil Hill, for $2,530,000. This C-Type was once owned by Juan-Manuel Fangio, so you can imagine the worth. But, knowing that, would you drive it at high speeds through the Italian countryside? » 7/12/13 3:00pm 7/12/13 3:00pm

30 Years Of Sir Stirling Moss Being Awesome

Britain has given the world more Formula-1 World Champions than any other nation. The list includes Jackie Stewart (3), Jim Clark (2), Graham Hill (2), Mike Hawthorn (1), John Surtees (1), James Hunt (1), Nigel Mansell (1), Damon Hill (1), Lewis Hamilton (1) and Jenson Button (1). » 1/17/13 3:20pm 1/17/13 3:20pm

Sergio Scaglietti’s Cherry Blossom Death Machines

Last fall, two months before he died, I sat on a bench, awake for two days, and cried, thinking of Sergio Scaglietti. He was a relatively obscure racing car designer who imagined the most beautiful Ferraris of the 1950s and hammered them into aluminum. » 7/04/12 5:00pm 7/04/12 5:00pm

The Autobahn Is Full Of Awesome Cars Like This

There we were, cruising down the Autobahn between Baden Baden and Stuttgart, when all of a sudden we came across something out of place even in the car lover's paradise that is southern Germany. Even better, the graphics showed the car was coming back from the historic Mille Milgia and the driver had the matching… » 6/22/12 1:30pm 6/22/12 1:30pm

Restored BMW 328 Kamm Coupé To Debut At Villa d'Este

The BMW 328 Kamm Coupé will be reintroduced to the world after 40 years in bits and pieces at this months Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este to celebrate BMW's 1940 Mille Miglia win. There's also supposedly a new retro-themed concept too. » 4/08/10 12:30pm 4/08/10 12:30pm

Saab, Spyker CEOs To Race Mille Miglia In A Two Stroke

Saab CEO Jan Ake Jonsson and Spyker CEO Victor Muller plan to race the 2010 Mille Miglia in a 55 HP, two-stroke Saab 93. If that's not a good way to begin a partnership, we don't know what is. » 3/05/10 1:20pm 3/05/10 1:20pm

The Grand Prix For British Philatelic Immortality

In 2007, Royal Mail issued a set of stamps commemorating Britain’s Formula One greats. With six slots for eight world champions and Sir Stirling Moss, the stage was set for a philatelic battle royale. » 6/03/09 4:00pm 6/03/09 4:00pm

When The Germans Came to Formula One

Brawn GP's inaugural 1–2 victory in Melbourne was no stranger to their engine supplier Mercedes-Benz: it was exactly the same fashion as how they debuted in Formula One in 1954 with their epic W196. » 4/02/09 4:45pm 4/02/09 4:45pm

Mille Miglia Madness!

In the history of motorsports, there are very few races as historically fit-inducing as Italy's Mille Miglia. Blah, blah, blah, ack, ack, ack, ran from '27 to '57, minus the war years, spectators died, Stirling Moss drove that one Mercedes, it's a historic rally now etc. You know the drill. Regardless, it does not… » 5/22/07 9:45pm 5/22/07 9:45pm

Know Thy Germans: BMW 328 Roadster and Coupe

Introduced to the world for the 1936 Olympics, the BMW 328 was an (almost) instant classic that went on to dominate the world of motor racing for the next half-decade. But like the "in your face, master race" that Jesse Owens gave Hitler and friends by winning four gold track & field medals, the 328 harbored an… » 12/19/06 2:00am 12/19/06 2:00am

BMW Unveils Mille Miglia Concept Coupe

Watchers of vintage races and rallies know this week starts one of the majors on the docket: the Mille Miglia, an annual run across Italy by various enthusiasts, viscounts and gearheads in every manner of racer. This year, BMW's honoring one of the cars it ran successfully in 1940 — the 328 Mille Miglia Touring… » 5/11/06 10:33am 5/11/06 10:33am