1967 Gurney Eagle Indy Car news, pictures, and information
|Chassis Num: 214|
Driven by Jerry Grant for Gurney's All American Racing in 1967.
Owned by Michner Racing from 1968 to 1971.
Qualified on the front row for the 1970 Indianapolis 500.
Driven by Johnny Rutherford.
Powered by a turbocharged Offenhauser four-cylinder engine.
Power fed through a Hewland four-speed gearbox.
Restored to the condition in which it appeared in 1971 driven by Jonnny Rutherford.
|12C GT3 Now Approved To Race In North America, As Pirelli World Challenge Confirms Eligibility|
|•12C GT3 is eligible to race in the Pirelli World Challenge Series •Pirelli World Challenge supports the IZOD IndyCar series •McLaren has claimed five back-to-back Can-Am titles (1967-71) and three Indy500 victories (1972, 1974, 1976) in an illustrious racing history in the North American market The McLaren 12C GT3 has been confirmed as eligible for the Pirelli World Challenge (PWC), by the series organisers following a strong competitive debut season in Europe. This announcement means t...[Read more...]|
|PORSCHE MOTORSPORT NORTH AMERICA PURCHASES HISTORIC ANDIAL NAME|
|Santa Ana, Calif. - February 14 - With the last active owner Dieter Inzenhofer retiring later this month, the legendary ANDIAL name will stay in the Porsche family as Porsche Motorsports North America, Inc. (PMNA) announced it has purchased the brand for future use. ANDIAL is an anagram made from the names of the founding members - the late Arnold Wagner AN; Dieter Inzenhofer DI; and former PMNA president and current consultant Alwin Springer AL. From the company's formation in 1975, ...[Read more...]|
|2013: CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF McLAREN|
|'Life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.' When a 27-year-old Bruce McLaren penned those words in 1964, his new company, Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Ltd, was less than a year old. In those days, Bruce's vision was shared by fewer than half a dozen loyal souls, who slogged across the world to race his self-made cars. Nowadays, the McLaren Group employs more than 2000 people, all of whom still share Bruce's ideals of combining sportsmanship with solid engineering practice ...[Read more...]|
|1966 24 Hours of Le Mans: Bewildered Bruce|
|The look on Bruce McLaren's face as he climbed from his GT40 would be one of stark contrast to the rest of those with the Ford team. It was clear who the winner was, and yet, confusing as well. In the midst of one of the most demonstrative and authoritative victories in Le Mans history, McLaren and his co-driver Chris Amon would find themselves the beneficiaries of a saga that upset the team management at Ford as much as Ferrari's presence. It was an all-out effort. Tremendous amounts of capi...[Read more...]|
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