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The Winningest Ferrari 625/250 TRC

Enjoy a Few Moments with the Winningest Ferrari Ever

“If they said you could take one with you, this would be it. This just checks every box.”
Looking at documentation from over fifty races that it ran in, this absolutely stunning Ferrari 625/250 TRC went …

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Still Sideways at 60 years and 60 Horsepower

Jeff Zwart teaches us that even a car with just 60 horsepower at best can hang it out with the best of ‘em.

Racing Goodwood at Night

The Incredible Goodwood Night Race

I do quite a lot of day-to-day driving in a 1948 MG TC. It’s a brilliant little car, and perfectly capable of handling Sydney’s traffic. Except that if I stay out too late and Mr. …

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Video: Nelson Piquet talks trash

Piquet could drive like the wind, but he certainly wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea. This video captures some of his most entertaining (and sometimes abrasive!) moments.

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Interview: Niki Lauda on buying into racing, his bravest lap, and the sound of 2014 F1 engines

Fantastic in depth interview with 3 times F1 world champ Niki Lauda.

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Top Five of 2013: Bikes

The insanity of Laverda’s V6 Superbike

Laverda started out in 1950 with a humble single piston 75cc four stroke – however history would see them remembered for something much more substantial.
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People, places, motorbike races – 20 questions with Jim Scaysbrook

Old Bike magazine editor Jim Scaysbrook’s new book is pretty special, and here’s why.

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Motorsport Retro Films: Porsche Passion – Building the 911 Group 4

The tale of one mans lifelong enthusiasm for one very special car.