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With a new season of Formula One on the imminent horizon, here is some old school F1 in this week’s throwback thursday theater, 10 plus minutes of the 1961 Belgian Grand Prix from Spa. Enjoy.Read More
Since Stephen Fitzpatrick has brought Manor Marussia back from the brink, they have brought on driver Will Stevens, passed their FIA crash tests, signed  designer Nicola Perrin and look well on their way to joining the grid in Melbourne. For this week’s Throwback Thursday Theater we are going back 5 years, to the teams world premiere when they were known as Virgin F1. It’s been a long and tumultuous journey, but it looks set to continue. Enjoy.Read More
With all the hype over Nissan’s new GT-R LM Le Mans prototype, we use this week’s #tbt theater to take a look at Nissan’s last great Le Mans challenger; the R390 GT1. Here is a classic clip of it in action. Enjoy.Read More
For this week’s Throwback Thursday Theater we take a look at a Malcolm Sawyer masterpiece, the Jaguar D-Type with an on board lap of Le Mans with Mike Hawthorn. Enjoy.Read More
The Roar Before the 24 kicks off the 2015 racing season proper this weekend, so for this week’s Throwback Thursday Theater we look to races of Daytona’s past and found this gem. 20 minutes of the 1995 race in a world of glorious transition somewhere between Group C and the Rolex Series. Enjoy.Read More
For this week’s Throwback Thursday Theater, here is a clip of Mr. Monaco himself, Graham Hill describing what it’s like to race in the glamorous principality. Enjoy.Read More
What else could you ask for out of a race where the winning car was stuffed into the tire barrier a quarter of the way through, made thirteen pit stops and managed to lead only the last lap of the race after starting from dead last on the grid? Does anybody honestly think Hollywood could have come up with that script? The only things that could have made the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 crazier than it had already been would have been a massive rain shower and a wayward spectatorRead More
Texas Motor Speedway and the Circuit of the Americas are 220 miles apart via Interstate 35, the backbone highway of Texas and the United States. For Bernie Ecclestone, it is of little note, but for larger than life TMS front man Eddie Gossage it is 220 miles too close. He raised a stir when F1 announced this year’s U.S. Grand Prix for the same date as his premier AAA Texas 500. Sine then the scheduling gaffe has led to criticism and the debate of whether or not it would forceRead More
I have wanted to go to the Pike’s Peak Hill Climb since I was 12 years old. My family took a big camping trip to Colorado, we hooked the pop up to our trusty Nissan Pathfinder and left the flat expanse of Texas in the rear-view mirror. When we arrived in Colorado Springs I marveled at the height and beauty of the mountains. When I learned the history of Pike’s Peak it thrilled me, when we drove up the winding, precipitous road I was amazed. At the summit we pickedRead More