If the drivers’ comments following the first test of the new Mazda MZR-R-powered Dallara IL-15 are anything to go by, this year’s Indy Lights races are likely to be barn-burners.
KMPR is a team dedicated to the history of motor sports, ranging from the cars themselves to the trophies they may have won back in the day.
We were walking along at SEMA when we spotted a 1930s racing car that we thought deserved a closer look. It was definitely one beautiful machine.
Dream Racing is a company that offers enthusiasts a chance to drive a Ferrari, Porsche or Lamborghini racing car around the road course at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
It was called “The Evolution of the Race Car” and the diverse group of speed machines that showed up in Freedom, Wis., on Oct. 1 certainly reflected many ways that racing cars have changed over the years.
Mike Alexander’s company, Alexander Motorsports, is a one-person operation which is becoming popular with members of the vintage racing community.
The National Motor Vehicle Company manufactured and raced Indy 500 winners in the early 1900s; now, two of its cars have won the Vintage Indy Car Event.
A trip to Antique Archeology in Le Claire, Iowa proved that the American Pickers’ love of funky old motorcycle collectibles isn’t limited to your TV screen.
Packard Motor Car Co. is best known for the luxury cars is produced between 1899 and 1958, but the company built this “Twin Six” racing car in 1916.
Bob Perkins, of Juneau, Wis., has been doing all types of Mustangs since the late 1970s.