Photo Gallery from the Aug. 31 – Sept. 5, 2020, running of the Tour Auto in France.
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Photo Gallery from the Sept. 5-6, 2020, Grosebeck Grand Prix, in Grosebeck, Texas.
1 Ferdinando Minoia drives an Isotta-Fraschini to victory in the Coppa Florio race in Italy (1907). 2 Belgian racer Willy Mairesse, no longer able to bear the physical and psychological damage suffered in a crash at Le Mans the previous year, commits suicide in his hotel room in Ostend, Belgium (1969). 3 Rolf Stommelen drives...
The British Grand Prix, Brands Hatch, July 20, 1968 Jochen Rindt drove a Brabham BT26-Repco, with the Repco 860 twin-cam heads, which proved to be an important power improvement, but not quite enough to top the Cosworth DFV. Rindt qualified 5th, but ultimately retired due to a fuel leak and resultant fire. Photo courtesy of: THE KLEMANTASKI COLLECTION PO Box 8204, Stamford, CT 06905 USA., Tel: (203) 461-9804 • Fax: (203) 968-2970 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Web site: www.klemcoll.com • Blog: klemcoll.wordpress.com
Photo Gallery from the Aug. 8–10, 2020, Driver Appreciation Event at WeatherTech Laguna Seca Raceway.
1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB The 1961 24 hours of Le Mans GT class winning Ferrari 250 GT SWB, was entered and driven by Belgian privateer, Pierre Noblet. Arthur Schening is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator living in Arlington, VA. Prints are 19″ wide x 13″ tall. They are printed using an Epson Artisan 1430, 6-color printer, on 65 lb. uncoated cover stock. The cost is $35 per print ((plus $7shipping and handling for the continental U.S., overseas shipping is additional). http://www.scheningcreative.com/auto-art/
The under 2-liter Grand Touring (GT) cars have always had a place to compete within the ever-changing regulations of international motorsports; the World Sports Car Championship from 1953-1961, the Speedworld Challenge from 1962-1963, the International Championship of Makes from 1964-1971 and the World Championship of Makes from 1972-1981. This included racing in the great endurance...
Photo Gallery from the Classic Sports Car Club’s July 25-26, 2020, event at Thruxton, UK.
1 The Prest-O-Lite smokestack outside of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is torn down. Carl Fisher, who built IMS, also co-founded the Prest-O-Lite company (1990). 2 Giuseppi Farina wins the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring driving a Ferrari 500 (1953). 3 Giuseppe Campari gives Alfa Romeo their first GP win when he drives a P2...