Of all the strange and bizarre concept cars to ever exist, theis among the strangest and most bizarre. It looks like a car more suited for space exploration than traversing human roads, but now that it runs and is , it can finally fulfill its destiny of baffling people…
Filmmaker and automobile collector/builder James Glickenhaus’ team atjust unveiled its new SCG 007 LMP1, a vehicle that the company hopes will win Le Mans. To help accomplish that, SCG says it hopes to make some money selling road legal versions.
The ‘70s were a neat time for cars. Everything was shaped like a door-stopper. Like the Maserati Khamsin. The BMW M1. The Lamborghini Countach. And the
Underneath this wild Pininfarina-designed body shell sits a Ferrari 512S race car chassis. Built in the early 1970s, this car was toured around the show circuit as a concept for future design elements before it was retired to a life as static art display in the Pininfarina offices. Just four years ago, Ferrari…
James Glickenhaus is fun because instead of just collecting cool old road-legal race cars, he decided to start making some of his own. Now he’s gone from amovie producer to an official government-approved manufacturer, and he just priced his Nordschleife-conquering at a cool $2 million.
is looking to boost its volume and expand its racing efforts into GTE, GTLM, and GT3. It’s answer for that is the new SCG 004S—a mid-engine road-legal supercar built to go racing.
The roadgoing version of the
I knew thewas a big deal before I got here. They’ve got 15.99 miles of track to run tons of cars at once, and regular enthusiasts routinely go door-to-door with Le Mans winners. But the sheer size and scale of this event is larger than I could have ever imagined, and the utter lunacy of racing…
On a normal day, the Nürburgring is heaven for car dorks. This weekend, over 200,000 racing fans—including me—will descend upon the ‘Ring to watchtry to race for an entire day on the full 12.9-mile Nordscheleife course, and I can’t wait. My mind is slowly exploding from the awesomeness that…
It was a sad day indeed when Gumpert, the maker of, er, eccentric-looking supercars,. The resurrected company, , showed off a rather pointy Arrow concept in March. Who else is going to have a hand in making that car? None other than the space-time-ripping racing barons at
Wealthy American supercar nut James Glickenhaus is sick and tired of everyone’s unreliable Nürburgring Nordschleife lap time claims. To settle this for good, Glickenhaus wants to launch a “Road Cup” for road-legal cars to determine which street-legal car has the fastest ‘ring time once and for all.
Every so often in this trash world, we get to wake up to some good news that’s like a ray of sunlight on a gray and stormy day. Today’s breath of fresh air concerns the New Stratos, which apparently has finally been greenlit for production. Update: The New Stratos will still use Ferrari F430 underpinnings.
The existing pair ofwill while Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus gets closer to readying its road car and racer in the top class of the 2017 24 Hours of Le Mans, LMP1. Here’s what they have in store.
Could we see something very similar to the belovedshow up as an LMP1 contender in the World Endurance Championship? Maybe. According to autojourno , Jim Glickenhaus said that he wants to be at Le Mans by 2017.
Afterand Croatia, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus will present one of its two finished SCG003C race cars as well as the road-going SCG003S version that will be ready the take on the streets of New York City by the end of this year.
If either of the twocan do just one yard at the Nürburgring on Saturday, will make history and American flags can be raised just a little higher all around the globe. But team James Glickenhaus and their gorgeous race cars will do more than just a yard. Much more.
Thestarted with 180 cars on the grid this year, but finished with much less as the night like always on this very tight circuit. Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus as well with the brand new , but kept on rocking by crossing the line at #35.
Fifty years from now, when a retired journalist writes a book about Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus and, it will be the tale of David and Goliath full of nice pictures and adjectives like ‘legendary’ and ‘astonishing’. And it won’t be far off the truth.
The Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 003 promises to be. It's that could redefine how we look at modern race cars. We've , but we haven't seen it moving. Until now.
TheNürburgring 24 Hours competing racecar just set a new lap record at the Hockenheim ring by a whole four seconds over the previous record-holder — a Porsche 918 Spyder.