This almost surreal shot of Dan Gurney shows him wearing the standard safety equipment of the day.
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.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a photograph shot into the cockpit of a WWII plane before, the nonchalant look of the front gunner is just too cool for words.
This is Brigitte Bardot back in the early ’60s.
The modern bikini was a revelation when it was revealed in 1946 by designer Louis Réard, he called it the Bikini after the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific which had been blown to smithereens in multiple nuclear weapons tests.
This is the last official MGB Works rally car, though I have to admit that I never knew the MGB factory went rallying.
This captivating shot gives you a 3rd person view out the turret of a German bomber.
The Rallye Monte-Carlo and the Mini Cooper have been almost inseparable since the little car vanquished all comers in 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1967.
This 1920 photograph comes from the fantastic Museum Victoria collection, it depicts Glad Linaker, Lizzy Chinnery and Glad White sitting atop their v-twin motorcycles.
Seeing Sophia Loren next to a Mercedes 300SL Gullwing is like seeing strawberries next to cream, a natural pairing that’s inherently manmade.
This jaw-dropping shot of an airship under construction gives you a great idea of just how complex these things were.
Eau Rouge is easily one of the most famous corners in motor racing, it’s located on the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, the location of the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix, the Spa 24 Hours and the 1000 km Spa endurance races.