The advent of the 300-mph era began when Kenny Bernstein and his Budweiser King Top Fuel dragster eclipsed the barrier at 301.70 mph. That Friday’s qualifying run rocked the drag racing world.
This home built ’29 Ford race car turns heads wherever it goes.
General Motors teamed up with Reynolds Metal Company (yes the aluminum foil makers) to produce this all aluminum bodied Corvette back in 1972.
In this Throwback Thursday edition, Randy Bolig highlights Bobby Allison’s 1969 Daytona legend.
Throwback Thursday, Welcome to the 1967 Detroit Auto Show.
Justin Fivella compiles the first of his top 10 lists to celebrate the original Pony cars first 50 years of performance.
Is Ron Capps poised to finally win that formal championship? Early preseason results suggest the answer might be yes.