The Fifth Annual Race of Gentlemen: Chasing Dreams and Traditions

The Race of Gentlemen has become more than a gathering of old steel and vintage bikes on the beaches of Wildwood, it has become a tradition for many hot rodders and proving ground for vintage bikes. I myself have sometimes wondered the stories my cars could tell me if they could talk, but those stories would be…

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Ferrari's Old Flat-12 Le Mans Prototype Is The Angriest Sounding Car Imaginable

Ferraris are a mainstay at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but only in the GT classes now. You can’t blink at La Sarthe without accidentally nudging a 458 with an LMP1. (Sorry Jeff!) Let’s ride on one of Ferrari’s older Le Mans prototypes at Road America, then: the cuckoo-for-Cocoa-Puffs flat-12 Ferrari 312 PB.

This Amazing 1946 Indy 500 Footage Was Found In An Antique Store

My friend Galen has pretty amazing luck when it comes to finding old, unseen movies. He once found some home movies of Hitler, which pretty much has to be the Holy Grail of home movie-hunting, at least until someone finds home movies of the Holy Grail. More relevant to now, though, is this amazing home movie of the…

All The Great Old Race Cars From That Downton Abbey Racing Episode

I’ll be honest: I haven’t really been watching Downton Abbey, and if I have seen it at lately it’s been mostly to watch that old Dowager Whatshername get all dry-Mean-Girls on someone—or for the glimpses of old cars. Well, the DTA crew must have decided to go heavy on the latter, because there’s just been a whole…

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Watch Porsche Factory Driver Patrick Long Drive The Crap Out Of An Old 911 RSR

We’ve had a lot of posts on Monterey Car Week, but far too few on the really great stuff. By “really great stuff,” my admittedly biased words mean “Porsches racing.” Here’s a great video from Racer that shows what happens when you stick factory driver Patrick Long in a 911 that’s underpowered for its class.