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[Gunner's Classic Corner] Gable’s Red Hot Wheels at Elkhart Lake

A beautiful red racing car caught the attention of many people during the vintage races at Elkhart Lake, Wis. The red car became famous as the “red hot wheels” that Clark Gable drove in MGM’s “thrill-a-minute” film To Please A Lady starring Clark Gable and Barbara Stanwyck. While not a great movie, this flick is […] Read More

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A One-of-a-Kind Racecar: The Uihlein Special

When Davel Uihlein passed away in Mequon, Wis., on Jan. 29, 2010, the racing world lost an enthusiast, friend and expert. Uihlein had a passionate love for the early history of American motor sports and restored many important racing cars from Indy 500 winners to a sports car special bearing his name. Read More

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A History of Racing in Film

  Twenty years ago, racing legend Ayrton Senna died in a tragic accident at the San Marino Gran Prix. Reminiscences of his life, his legacy and his death have filled motorsports publications as the racing world ruminates on the anniversary of  his loss, and the loss of others in the sport.  The documentary about his […] Read More

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The Indianapolis Hall of Fame is a Champion Car Museum

Our first visit to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway museum was in 1974, during our first trip across this country. We were driving a 1953 Pontiac sedan to the Pontiac club’s convention in Wichita, Kan. At that time the museum was located on the western corner of the Speedway’s property. That was four years before we […] Read More

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