The Toyota Eagle made its racing debut in 1991 and would continue until 1993 with mild improvements and changes throughout the years. The cars were powered by a four-cylinder engine that displaced 1.4-liters. With the help of a Garret turbocharger, horsepower was rather impressive, ranking at 700 - 750 horsepower. During its racing career, the cars would rack up an impressive 21 wins. by Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2007
Grand Touring Prototypes have long been rolling laboratories experimenting with the 'lessons of tomorrow.' 'All American Racers' Toyota Eagle MK-III is the last, and arguably the best of the breed: A car that proved so overwhelmingly dominant that th....[continue reading]
Few racing cars have been more successful than the Toyota-Eagle MKIII raced in the IMSA Camel Lights series from 1991 to 1993. The series was dominated by the V8 engine Nissan GTP's and no one expected the relatively small Toyota engine to produce a....[continue reading]
Le Mans winner Dan Gurney, the Amelia Island Concours dElegances 2002 Honorary Chairman, returns to The Amelia to join a panel of international racing celebrities and experts honoring the 50th anniversary...