The Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) has moved its premier annual event, the 89th annual 24 Hours of Le Mans, from its traditional mid-June (summer solstice) date to mid-August, in the hopes of being able to accommodate fans at that later time.
For this episode, we caught up with Dan Kahn, co-creator of a little documentary film called 8 Meters – Triumph, Tragedy and a Photo Finish, and prominent Los Angeles automotive collector and co-founder of the Petersen Automotive Museum Bruce Meyer.
There was a time when Dale Coyne, the Chicago-area former driver whose eponymous team used to be at the less-sharp end of an NTT IndyCar Series grid, would announce his two drivers right before the first practice of the year began.
This running of the iconic endurance race was remarkable for multiple strange incidents involving Mercedes-Benz CLRs, which due to a design flaw had a tendency to take flight.
The new movie “Ford v Ferrari” has inspired the release of real information about the movie’s starring cars, the people involved and the stories surrounding them.
Run at the 8.467 mile Circuit de la Sarthe, this was an event for the ages.
Fernando Alonso, the recently retired two-time Formula 1 champion, was serious when he said his next goal in life is to achieve the triple crown of winning the F1 title, the Indy 500 and Le Mans.
The Ford GT is being welcomed back to the Le Mans 24 Hours 50 years after history was made.