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The Many Motorcars of the Monterey Auction Week

Image: Bonhams
Over the past seven days, in a pretty little town reminiscent of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs‘ Swallow Falls, US$400 million changed hands in exchange for 750-odd classic cars.
They went under the hammer during the traditional …

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Oldtimer Grand Prix Nürburgring 2014

Images Marcel Hundscheid / Speed-O-Graphica.com
To create a perfect three course meal you need the right ingredients, the same goes for a historic motorsports event. Select a stunning race track, invite several hundreds of the greatest historic race …

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Nigel Mansell and Lotus – Ten great shots and a story

1992 Formula 1 World Champion Nigel Mansell endured a tough time at Lotus. He drove three races on debut in 1980 and then four full seasons from 1981 to 1984. Few could have predicted the …

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The breathtaking Lotus 21 – Widescreen Gallery

A Lotus 21 in British Racing Green. There’s not much in motor racing that is as iconic from the 1960s era of Formula 1.

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Rewind: The first-ever NASCAR race held outside North America

Images thanks to The Coventry Collection
Marcos Ambrose’s time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series over recent years has helped open the eyes of the North American racing world to the talent of Australians in big …

Connew F1 tiny workshop

The story of the Connew F1 Team

If remembered at all, motorsports fans  recall Sunday, August 13 1972 as the date Emerson Fittipaldi won the Austrian Grand Prix, and in doing so all but clinched his first Formula One World Drivers’ Championship. …

1998 Ferrari 333 SP

The Winningest Ferrari 333 SP

Photography by Darin Schnabel, thanks to RM Auctions
This 333 SP is the only Ferrari to win both the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring, and at RM Auctions’ upcoming Monterey Sale, you …

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Jaguar Lightweight E-Type – Nearly Here

In the early 1960s Jaguar only built 12 of the 18 Lightweight E-Types they had planned. Now more than 50 years later, the missing six will come alive.