We all know the story about the birth of hot rodding. A bunch of guys with old cars making them fast and cool with in their garages at home. They chose the cars they did because they were plentiful, easy to build and cheap. I would love pony up a couple of hundred dollars on something from the 30’s and make a low, tough, rat, matt black rod to be my daily driver. But the big problem is that...
It just doesn’t feel right. Seeing another man driving your car, a car you...– Penske Driver Mark Donohue on his team mate testing in his car
The other 917
Lets face it, the Porsche 917 is a hero. I want one. I’d be happy with a 917K in Gulf colours, Martini colours, and even in the 917/20 Pink Pig. I want a 917, but I’d love to have a 917/10k, the one prepared by Roger Penske in 1972 for the Can-am Series, and we all know the difference between like and love. How could anyone love a Can-am car over a Le Mans winner? How could anyone turn...
As far as I was concerned, anything with wheels, scooter, bicycle, two wheels or...– Jean Ragnotti, rally legend.
Homologation. It is such a good word. Homologation. We don’t hear it like we used to. I can’t think of too many homologation models on sale here in Australia right now, other than the Porsche GT3 RS. There have been plenty over the years, The A9X, VK group A SS, a handful of Evos and STis, the Celica GT Four, some Falcons and a few others, but now… all gone. Over the years everyone in...
Just a small red Hatchback →