It’s amazing to see how badly banged up these Indians are relative to the total lack of injuries displayed by the men holding them up, I assume they’re the riders but I can’t see so much as a scratch on them. If you look closely at the Indian board tracker second in from the left you’ll notice that the engine is actually bent along with the frame, it takes a very large off to achieve that.
When it comes to rallying there are any number of distractions to the right and left of the driver’s line of sight, though usually not an naked lady.
This original, unrestored 1938 Vincent Meteor may not look like much to the eye of a person who isn’t familiar with the history of the Vincent marque or to those who don’t understand the significance of that 498cc, single-cylinder engine tucked into the Meteor frame. But for Vincent fans it’s a…
This 1976 Porsche 934/5 IMSA Racer, dubbed “El Salvador”, is a former world championship winning racer that’s seen action right around the world. Its first ever race outing was at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1976 where it took an impressive 2nd place (in class) in the capable hands of the Gelo Racing team headed by Georg Loos.