Porsche 911 RS Lightweight

Porsche 911 Carrera

Porschephiles around the world will often point to the Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Lightweight as the perfect iteration of the model – its profile, ducktail, wheels and high power-to-weight ratio have been design touchstones for the 911 ever since it was released. 1973 was the first year for the 911 RS, it was offered…

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1965 Shelby GT350 R

Shelby-Mustang-GT350-R-1

The Shelby GT350 R is the slightly more blood-thirsty version of the already fast Shelby GT350, all of the cars started life as stock Mustangs before being sent off to Carroll Shelby’s workshop for some performance oriented modifications. The first order of business when building a GT350 was an axle replacement, the stock unit was…

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Ayrton Senna Wallpaper

aryton-senna

The story of Ayrton Senna and his rise to the highest echelons of motorsport reads like a slightly unrealistic Hollywood script – a young Brazilian boy who started life with such poor coordination that he needed medical tests goes on to learn how to drive a Jeep by the age of 7 (without use of…

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Ferrari Duostop Rally Timer

Rally Timer

Rally timers were (and still are) absolutely essential for competitors in events like the Mille Miglia, this pair of timers was built by Hanhart for Ferrari and it was used actively in competition throughout the ’50s and ’60s. Hanhart designed this timer to be either mounted on the dashboard or worn around the neck with…

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Barry Sheene’s Bell Helmet

Vintage Bell Helmet

Barry Sheene is a legendary British-born motorcycle racer with almost inhuman levels of talent and a larger-than-life personality that won him fans both on and off the track. He was close personal friends with Formula 1 world champion James Hunt, and the escapades of the two men would make for a Hollywood script only suitable…

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Buick Nailhead V8 Dragster

Vintage Dragster

Buick’s “Nailhead” V8 was released in 1953 as an option for the Roadmaster, Century, and Super road-going models, but it quickly found favour on the race tracks and drag strips of North America competing with the legendary Ford Flathead V8. The nickname “Nailhead” was initially meant as a bit of a dig, the valves used…

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Scott Sprint Special

Scott Vintage Motorcycle

The Scott Motorcycle Company is deservedly famous in vintage motorcycle circles, designs from the company were ahead of their time by quite some margin and their unique appearance never fails to garner significant interest. The company was started by Alfred Scott in 1908 to build motorcycles according to his own personal vision, the very concept…

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1960 Watson Indianapolis Roadster

Vintage-Indy-Car-3

The 1960 Watson Indianapolis Roadster is just about the perfect example of the iconic American racer, Indy Roadsters were the dominant design between 1952 and 1965 on the race tracks of North America, and even all these years later they’re still the first thing many people think of when you mention the Indy 500. Indy…

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