“Baby Peugeots” were among the first race cars in history that relied on design as opposed to cubic inches to go fast.
Firesuit Phil was a legend, and so were his vehicles.
Logan Davis built this all-steel 1934 Ford three-window coupe that participated in the Bonneville Speed Week Trials in August 2005.
The Bowes Seals Fast Race Car that won the 1931 Indianapolis 500-mile Race was for $2 million at Dana Mecum’s 2011 Monterey, Calif. auction. The car was part of the David V. Uihlein Collection.
This special Pontiac was sold through the legendary Royal Pontiac performance dealership owned by Ace Wilson in Royal Oak, Mich.
In 1959 the New York Times dubbed Frank Dominianni, “One of the top three drivers whose spectacular performances made the B production class one of the most interesting of the road race season.”
MG represented at Bonneville with a record-breaking Midget. All hail the tiny British convertible!
The 1974 John Greenwood Corvette GT was once known as the “world’s fastest Corvette.”
A pair of Wisconsin enthusiasts have built a tribute car that honors a milestone in Corvette motor sports history
The retired Kimberly-Clark engineer said “Let the memories begin,” then picked up his wrenches and started building hot rods, crewing for a Bonneville race team and putting together a Fiat Topolino dragster.