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Niki Lauda

Formula 1 Legend: Niki Lauda

Niki Lauda driving the Brabham BT46B ‘Fan Car’ to victory in the 1978 Swedish Grand Prix, thanks to the Cahier Archive.
Spend some time reflecting on one of the most astonishing careers in Formula 1 with the …

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Spa Classic 2016 – Preview

By Marcel Hundscheid / Speed-O-Graphica.com
Peter Auto will host the 6th edition of the Spa Classic during the weekend of 13-15 May 2016. The Spa Classic has achieved the status of being one of the major …

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Hockenheim Historic: CanAm and Interseries Cars Rocked the Motodrom

by Marcel Hundscheid/Speed-O-Graphica.com
Enjoy our report about a stunning historic motorsports weekend at the Hockenheim Historic –  the Jim Clark Revival and celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Canadian American Challenge Cup.

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Masters Historic at Zolder: thrilling races relive the 60s, 70s and 80s!

By Marcel Hundscheid / Speed-O-Graphica.com
Enjoy our report about the thrilling season opener from Masters Historic Racing at Zolder in Belgium and relive the 60s, 70s and 80s with these stunning images by Marcel Hundscheid.

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Techno Classica: the world´s leading classic motor show

 

By Marcel Hundscheid / Speed-O-Graphica.com
Techno Classica was five days of pure passion presenting over 2700 vintage cars and featuring 1250 exhibitors from 30 different countries, over 200 clubs and around 25 official car manufacturers.

1973 Sebring 12-Hour Winning Porsche 2.8 RSR

For Sale: 1973 Sebring 12-Hour Winning Porsche 911 2.8 RSR

Images via William I’Anson Ltd.
Porsche’s 911 2.8 RSR is an icon of sportscar racing. This ex-Brumos 1973 Sebring 12-Hour winner is special even in that company, and it’s up for sale at William I’Anson Ltd.

1978 Ferrari 512 BB

For Sale: Ex-Ecurie Francorchamps 1978 Ferrari 512 BB

Images via Fiskens
A veteran of the 1978 24 Hours of Le Mans, this awesome 1978 Ferrari 512 BB is up for sale at Fiskens.

Andretti Peterson 1978 Dutch Grand Prix

A Chat with Clive Chapman about Lotus’ Discovery of Ground Effects

Mario Andretti and Ronnie Peterson on the way to a one-two finish in the 1978 Dutch Grand Prix. Image thanks to the Cahier Archive
“The Type 78? Well I’ll tell ya, it’s like it’s painted to …