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Peter Brock on How We Can Save Bonneville

If we don't intervene, the Bonneville Salt Flats as we know it could disapear.

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Peter Brock on the Birth of the Spoiler

Aerodynamic aids are no-brainers on a modern race car, but where did the spoiler as we know it come from? Peter Brock weighs in on the subject.

A Bad or Missing Title Can Derail That Project | Column

Sure, you can get a title for a car that has a bad or missing title, but it’s never easy.

Column: What Makes a Good Magazine Columnist?

What's the difference between a good column in a magazine and a bad one? Publisher Tim Suddard weighs in.

Driving Miss Daisy: The forgotten Cobra meant to succeed the Ford GT

Project Daisy was the thundering 600-horsepower, V10-engined Shelby Cobra concept intended to succeed the original Ford GT. It never happened. But on the 15th anniversary of its debut, we get …

The romance (and reality) of a road trip | Column

Can travel across the country by automobile open your eyes to reality?

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The Zeitgeist of Domination: Mark Donohue and the Porsche 917/30

We take a brief look into the history of CanAm and Porsche's 917/30.

Why can't we all be less judgmental on the road? | Column

At the end of the day, aren't we all just trying to get from here to there–and maybe showing off a little individuality along the way, too?

Column: Dreaming Big with Die-Cast Cars

Long before Peter Brock could own a real car, several scale models of those he admired were already beginning to help shape his taste in form.

Column: Finding the Unsung Heroes of the Concours Field

Concours events are more than just who wins Best in Show, as it's the numerous vehicles with a variety of histories and values that truly make the events interesting.

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