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Peter Brock Reflects on the Early Years of Sports Car Racing

The early years of sports car racing may have been its most exciting, and Peter Brock was there to see it all unfold.

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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.

Who is making the replacement parts we rely on? | Column

Sure, we all want to save a dime, but what kind of quality are we really getting when we pick the lowest bidder for our much-needed replacement parts?

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 …

Column: When Does Habit Become Vice?

We explore the point at which being a car enthusiast can be problematic, and each stage to being overwhelmed by collecting.

Peter Brock on the new Nissan Z-car | Column

Peter Brock had a substantial part in establishing the Datsun 240Z's now legendary status, so what does he think of the new 2023 Nissan Z?

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

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

Peter Brock on the legacy of the Nürburgring | Column

Peter Brock discusses just how much the Nürburging has changed over time, becoming not just a racing destination, but a commercial one, too.

How a streamlined Mercedes SSKL and the Shelby Daytona Coupe overcame the same obstacle–decades apart | Column

What do Reinhard von Koenig-Fachsenfeld's streamlined Mercedes SSKL and the Shelby Daytona Coupe have in common? Both were designed to overcome aerodynamic limitations.

An MG for all seasons that was once owned by Al Moss of Moss Motors | The MG Y Type

MG may be known for its two seat sports cars, but the British car maker also built the Y Type, a four seat saloon car.

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