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.
On November 19, 1952, a team of Lincolns ran the Mexican Road Race as stock cars and proved their worth.
Group B rallying fit perfectly into the mold of the eighties, but didn’t last very long.
Carl Pyper never plans to restore his 1914 board track racer.
On September 10, 1921, the Ayus Autobahn near Berlin, Germany opened for travel.
Legendary drag racer “Big Daddy” Don Garlits decorates his race trailer with classic photos of race history.
Industry pioneer Ed Iskenderian talks about how the Model T, and the hot rodders who drove them, fueled his passion for speed and racing.
Henry Ford was born 152 years ago, and the products of his innovation still continue to grow today.
Keith MacDonald sits down with legendary Ford drag racer Al Joniec.
The Super Camaro funny car is making a comeback and looking meaner than ever!