What happens to race cars after the season is over? The next season's model comes out, and the old one fades from view. Where do the old cars go? Some of those older cars make their way into the hands of enthusiasts who not only keep them running, but race them. Welcome to the world of vintage racing.
Hahahahahaha, roll cages. HAHAHAHAHA, DOORS. If you want to see balls of steel, go to a vintage race—specifically, the pre-war race group. The lucky ones get a codriver to hold them in the car around corners!
I hear it all the time: "I want to get into racing but I can't afford it." Ok, what kind of racing? Now if you know you HAVE to be at the track and not some vast parking lot or airfield autocrossing, then listen up, Buttercups. I have the simplest solution ever: become a course/grid/tech worker. Of course this means…
This 1961 Porsche 356 was captured during a Sportscar Vintage Racing Association event held on what looks like a dark and wet day. Regardless of the weather an old Porsche on back roads looks like fun to us. (Photo Credit: Nathan Bittinger)