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Porsche Sounds at Goodwood

Pure Sounds of Porsche: 936, 962 and WSC-95 – Turn it Up!

It’s the middle of the night, and only the Porsches are stirring. Turn your volume up and enjoy the pure sounds of Porsche’s Le Mans-winning 936, 962C and WSC-95.


For Sale: 1959 Cooper-Climax Monaco T-49 MK I

Images: Bonhams
The second of just eight Mark I Cooper-Climax Monacos, this lovely little machine was owned by Finnish legend Kurt Lincoln as well Jack Brabham, and has an impressive racing history behind it. It’s heading …

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Le Mans 1969 – Porsche misses glory by metres

Ford vs Porsche: 4998km against 4997.88km
by Helmut Zwickl
Thanks to AUTOMOBILSPORT, we take a look back at the fierce battle between Porsche and Ford in the 1969 24 Hours of LeMans.

Aston Martin DBR9

For Sale: A Le Mans-Winning 2007 Aston Martin DBR9

Images: Fiskens
In 2007 David Brabham, Darren Turner and Rickard Rydell drove this 2007 Aston Martin DBR9 to victory in the GT1 class in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Today, it’s up for sale at Fiskens, …

Alain Prost France 1981

Onboard with Alain Prost Around Monaco in 1981

Image: Alain Prost in France on the way to the first Grand Prix victory of his career in 1981, thanks to the Cahier Archive
Hop on board with The Professor, Alain Prost, for a unique perspective …

Toyota Celica Pikes Peak

A 130mph Ride up the Goodwood Hill in a Toyota Celica

Buckle up for a 130 mile-per-hour thrill ride up the Goodwood hill, courtesy of Rod Millen and his 850 horsepower Pikes Peak-winning Toyota Celica.


Mega Photo Gallery & Report: Peter Auto Spa Classic 2015

Marcel Hundscheid/Speed-O-Graphica.com
Spa hosted the fifth edition of the Peter Auto Spa Classic during the weekend of 22nd, 23rd and 24th of May. This edition was visited by 20.000 spectators, a new record with no less …

24 Hours of Le Mans History

Red Bull’s Animated guide to the 24 Hours of Le Mans

For just shy of a century, the 24 Hours of Le Mans has been thrilling motorsport fans and forging motorsport legends. So, give it another 240 seconds and let Mark Webber guide you through its history!