|WORLD-FIRST DISPLAY OF ALL SEVEN REMAINING LOTUS 49S LINING-UP AT AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL|
|◾Autosport International to host display featuring all seven remaining Lotus type 49 cars thanks to their owners from around the world
◾Celebrations at Autosport International to mark 50 years since this pioneering F1 car first raced
◾To this day, the Lotus 49 realised the greatest step in Grand Prix performance ever
◾The Lotus type 49 was designed in conjunction with the Ford DFV engine
◾Autosport International is the only place to see this unrivalled collection of iconic Lotus 49s in one p...[Read more...]|
|Mille Miglia to Formula 1 - The Cars are the Starsat Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion|
|MONTEREY, Calif., Aug. 1, 2016 —When the green flag waves Aug. 18 to kick-off the seventh edition of the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, spectators will enjoy a paddock filled with 550 authentic race cars steeped in history.
From pre-war to the '80s, the overload of sights and sounds at the raceway Aug. 18-21 will provide a sensory experience unique to the renowned Monterey Classic Car Week. Forty eight cars will be running in Group 1A that is comprised...[Read more...]|
|1969 United States Grand Prix: The Rise of Rindt|
|If there was one racer in the Formula One paddock that drivers and spectators alike believed should have scored his first victory before the start of the 1969 season it would almost unanimously be Jochen Rindt. Fast and flamboyant, the Austrian exhibited car control that enthralled just about everyone it seemed, except perhaps the cars themselves. Constantly undercut by poor reliability, it seemed Rindt was to forever suffer under such an oppressive weight. However, at the 1969 United States Gra...[Read more...]|
|1982 Austrian Grand Prix: de Angelis Flying Through the Thin Air|
|It is almost impossible to predict events and just how momentous they just might be. This would certainly be the case with the 1982 Austrian Grand Prix, a truly special and memorable moment in Formula One history.
Heading into the Austrian Grand Prix in 1982 Formula One was in a bit of trouble and desperately needed a lift. All throughout the paddock there were teams that needed some good news. And then there would be others that needed some good news in order to be able to weather a storm co...[Read more...]|
|Chevy Indycar Engine Offers Promise For passenger Cars|
|The unbeaten track performance of the new Chevrolet IndyCar V-6 engine is bringing acclaim to the engineers who created it and hope for its significant technology to find its way into passenger cars.
Engineers Mark Kent and Matt Wiles, along with Steve Miller and Steve O'Connor from Ilmor Engineering, took home the 46th annual BorgWarner Louis Schwitzer Award on Monday for their work on the Chevrolet IndyCar V-6 engine. The award recognizes individuals for innovation and engineering excellen...[Read more...]|