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    A decade before Carroll Shelby took his Cobras to Europe, Briggs Cunningham brought American horsepower and know-how to the 24 Hours of LeMans, where he challenged the supremacy of the great European marques on their home soil. The C-4RK was a one-of-one streamlined coupe-a LeMans special of sorts-designed with input from one of the most famous automotive...
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    Most people with an interest in motor sport will be familiar with the acronym N.A.R.T., yet few people profess to know too much about the North American Racing Team.Starting in the the second half of the 1950s, NART existed for three decades, during which it experienced successes on the tracks of America and Europe. It also suffered financial...
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    During the 1960s, more specifically during the height of the muscle car era, each manufacturer had at least one dealership that pushed the envelope, that created muscle cars beyond the factory offerings, that created a reputation so legendary that collectors pay real money strictly for the original chrome trunk tags that told the world that your car came...
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    When Florida Porsche dealer Dave Maraj launched his Champion Racing team in 1993, few observers would have guessed it would eventually become a top competitor in the American Le Mans Series, the Speedvision World Challenge, and even the world's most prestigious endurance event, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In this book, author David Tremayne tells the full...
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    By the mid-1980s, March Engineering was a dominant name in auto racing-of the the 33 cars to start the 1984 Indianapolis 500, 29 were built by March. Back in Europe, March was about to win the first of three Formula 3000 championships and return to Formula 1, where Jackie Stewart had recorded March's first Grand Prix victory in 1970. This biography of the...
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    Few sports-racing cars have captured the imagination as did the Chaparrals. The menacing white machines from Texas oil country cut a swathe through American sports car racing in the 1960s, and even won at the Nurburgring and Brands Hatch. Created by Jim Hall and Hap Sharp -- and ultimately with the help of GM and Chevrolet -- the Chaparrals pioneered such...
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    The So-Cal Speed Shop is legendary in hot-rodding circles, and the So-Cal Coupe is a big reason why. Built to compete in drag racing and top-speed contests, this chopped '34 Ford coupe, with its iconic white and red paint job, served as a rolling advertisement for So-Cal. In the third installment of the Stance & Speed Monograph Series, author Ken...
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