An extremely interesting and insightful interview with Phil Hill, plus The Phil Hill Story, directed by Brock Yates.
A must-see 1958 video filmed at the Riverside International Raceway featuring a test session with Lance Reventlow.
The Cyclops Racing Team invades Bonneville’s World of Speed. Official Report, Photos, and Video.
Photos from IROC at Riverside International Raceway, 1974, and from the Michigan International Speedway, 1977.
Clark’s passion for design, cars, and racing didn’t end at retirement.
UPDATE: ESSEN COUPE PHOTOS. Peter Brock discusses the first Daytona Cobra Coupe at the Simeone Automotive Museum in Philadelphia, PA.
Cool vintage racing videos from the ‘60s and early ‘70s. Plus, a triple test of the Porsche 917, Ferrari 512, and Lola T70 Coupe, tributes to Dan Gurney, and a rebuild of a Porsche 917 engine.
The ideal center for Cyclops enthusiasts to watch the action in the shade.
It’s about time.
The coolest college project ever.
Chaparral challenges Ford, Ferrari, and Porsche in Europe. Technical insights of the 2F. Cool photos. If only…
First appearance of the Big Block Chevy. Great collection of historic photos.
Shelby’s staff photographer shares his first hand experiences and many never before published photos.
Ever want to know how Penske and Donohue prepared the Trans Am Camaros?
Paul Van Valkenburgh’s classic is mandatory reading for those interested in an insider’s account of Chevrolet’s involvement in racing in the ’60s.
Dr. Dick Thompson, arguably the greatest pure Corvette racer of them all.
Ed Welburn (Retired GM Design VP) shares his experiences with Jim Hall and driving the Chaparral 2H.
Donohue’s account of initial testing in Germany.
CAN-AM 50th Anniversary. Run-what-you-brung unlimited racing. Book Review.
“There’s a lot of junk out there today. If you want it straight, read Kirby.”—Paul Newman
Ford, BMW, Porsche, Corvette, and Ferrari mix it up. The last six minutes.
Last hurrah for the 3.8 Turbo Buick V6.
When that many Can-Am cars rolled by on the pace lap, the ground shook.
Where Bruce McLaren and Jim Hall put on quite a show. I was there.