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80 - Porsche 911 S - Porsche Kremer Racing Team Driven by: John Fitzpatrick (GB)/Erwin Kremer (D) DNS: Juan Carlos Bolanos (MEX) Le Mans 1972

80 - Porsche 911 S - Porsche Kremer Racing Team

Ford GT 40

Photo retrospective and story about the 1969 24 Hours of Daytona won by Lola Mk IIIB driven by Mark Donohue and Chuck Parsons. Photos by Louis Galanos.

1970 Andrea de Adamich, Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Team, McLaren M14D Alfa Romeo

The Magical McLaren F1

1970 Andrea de Adamich, Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Team, McLaren M14D Alfa Romeo

46 - Porsche Carrera RSR #911 360 0686 R7 - Rebaque Rojas-Racing Team Le Mans 24 Hrs Driven by: Guillermo Rojas (MEX)/Hector Rebaque (MEX)/Fred van Beuren, Jr. (MEX)

46 - Porsche Carrera RSR #911 360 0686 R7 - Rebaque Rojas-Racing Team Le Mans 24 Hrs Driven by: Guillermo Rojas (MEX)/Hector Rebaque (MEX)/Fred van Beuren, Jr. (MEX)

Designed and engineered by Vince Granatelli – son of STP CEO and racing team owner Andy Granatelli – the ’78 Vette is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.2 seconds. Look closely and you'll see the exhaust outlet spans the entire width of the Corvette's tail.

JET POWERED Corvette headed to auction

Jet Turbine-Powered Corvette Accelerates to 60 MPH in Seconds [Video]

Ford Capri Penara V8 - GT40s.com

Came across this car (heard from it before but long time ago) what a nice Capri and what a sound in this video the Penara race cars and also some

"You know how it is with top drivers - they run teams, dont they? I mean, Ron didnt run McLaren, for Christ’s Sake! Senna ran McLaren - and Lauda and Prost ran it before he got there." - Bernie E

Bernie E, "You know how it is with top drivers - they run teams, don't they? I mean, Ron didn't run McLaren, for Christ’s Sake! Senna ran McLaren - and Lauda and Prost ran it before he got there." - Bernie E

Post Histórico: El primer equipo mexicano de F1, el Team Rebaque

Post Histórico: El primer equipo mexicano de F1, el Team Rebaque

Another BRM 16 cylinder, lots to see, rear suspension geometry is interesting, as with the rear mounted clutch. This is Jim Clark (Italy 1966) by F1-history.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Jim Clark Lotus 43 - The BRM engine was a massive lump. Essentially it was two of the BRM litre but at 180 degrees, placed on top of each other. Its designed weight of of ballooned to DFV weighed less than

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