In ‘Tyrrell. The Story of the Tyrrell Racing Organisation’, Richard Jenkins put together the complete history of Ken Tyrrell’s adventures in racing.
We are not only celebrating 60 years of Porsche 911. This year, it’s also 50 years since the 911 took its first major overall victory at the Daytona 24 Hours.
Hampton Court Palace provided a fabulous stage for displaying a terrific array of automobile treasures seen at the Concours of Elegance.
The Martin Special was named ‘America’s most beautiful hot rod’ in 2018. Owner David Martin took it up the mountain at Bernina Gran Turismo.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has his own way to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the company he manages. He drove his M8D at Monterey Motor Sports Reunion.
In common with many such events in 2023, Salon Privé paid tribute to the centenary of the Le Mans 24 Hours. Here is John Brooks’ take on this aspect
We sit down with Marcus Breitschwerdt, head of Mercedes-Benz Heritage, to talk about the conclusions of the Uhlenhaut sale, future plans and the value of racing cars.
When 30 million for one Ferrari seems cheap, and 1.87 million for another Ferrari seems very costly. Some results of the auctions during Monterey Car Week can use some explaining.
It’s time for another stunt. On November 13th, in New York, RM Sotheby’s will offer for sale this 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. The estimate ranges between 60 and 80 million dollars.
This is the very first 935 Porsche built, in 1976. And chassis #001, raced as a factory entry in famous Martini colours, is now looking for a new owner through Gooding & Company.