I decided to ditch the family for the day and indulge my love of motorsport by spending a sunny last summer Sunday at the Britich Columbia Historic Motor Races. I missed a couple of the morning races but the ones I saw in the afternoon were good fun. I was a little worried that I’d be watching a field dominated by…
I’ve made a spreadsheet with all the motorsport I follow more or less regularly, to get an overview of where each series will be during the season. It’s very influenced by European and Scandinavian motorsport, but if anyone wants to use it you can use this LINK. Have a video from Hyundai WRC test before Monte Carlo as…
Top drivers in the Pirelli World Challenge discuss “Situational Awareness,” a key factor when racing in heavy traffic.
Spoilers ahead boys
The Birkett 6 Hour is the 750 Motor Clubs season ending race, open to all cars bar open wheelers. That meant an entry of nearly 70 teams, and around 300 cars entered. Yes, you read that right, 300 cars.
The E12 530 MLE (South African Motorsport Limited Edition homologation special).
Immerse yourself in the affairs of Speedway, IN, during the month of May, and you will doubtlessly cross paths with the phrase “racing immortality.”
So yeah, I made a simple replica in Forza 6 tonight, of the E30 M3 Hot Wheels had available in the 2013 All-Stars lineup. Enjoy.
Enduro Season. If you utter this phrase to most motorsport fans, they’ll have no idea what you’re talking about. However, say it in the presence of the devout V8 Supercars fans, and their ears will perk up.
Le Mans has been going since 1923, the Indy 500 has been going since 1911, so in comparison these events are new upstarts. The Brighton Speed Trials have been going since 1905. I have a guess that date might coincide with the exact date that there were 2 cars in Brighton.
I wouldn’t normally begin any race meeting report in such a manner, but exceptions have to be made. For anyone with an interest in classic motoring or motorsport, I would say this is a very important read.
One of the most beautiful and recognisable liveries of all time - iconic, yet not overplayed.
Now, strangest doesn’t necessarily mean terrible - it can be so bizarre it becomes humorous.
This is a definitive list of every Div.I Interserie car from 1993 onward, based from chassis numbers and listed in manufacturer Alphabetical order. Each image is the latest iteration of the chassis that was recorded.
It’s the Arrows driven by Jos “THE MOTHERFUCKING BOSS” Verstappen during practice for the 2001 Monaco Grand Prix. Featuring a very unorthodox nose wing to try and get the most downforce possible(it’s Monaco, mannnn), that the FiA banned before qualifying on “safety grounds(they probably found it too ugly, tbh).”
Here’s a few (un-edited, because I don’t know how to edit)photos I took while at Watkins Glen last weekend...They’re all of the Tudor series...whoops. I’ll get more of the supports at Lime Rock later this month.
I attended a hill climb race today. It was _not_ Goodwood, but I think it was every bit as awesome…
If you disagree, you’re wrong.
Two different variations of Rob Huff’s 2015 WTCC Lada Vesta.