This is one slice of motorsport we're glad to be watching via onboard cam, rather than driving ourselves!
How the most successful F1 driver of all time came to win his first Grand Prix.
The 1970 Le Mans 24 hour was famously won by Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood in the glorious Kurzheck Porsche 917 – an aerodynamic monster powered by a 4.5L flat-12. Using period footage from a documentary shot on the, this digitally mastered high-resolution video is an absolute pleasure to watch.
1980 was two-time Formula 1 World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi's last year racing in F1. It was also the year that Nigel Mansell arrived, then a young British driver who would go on to carve his own legend into the history of the sport – winning the 1992 F1 World Championship.
Take in the pure engine sounds as one of the most iconic rally chassis' goes all out… And yes, we noticed that the race number changes too!
During braver times, 1926 Indy 500 winner Frank Lockhart roared down Daytona Beach at nearly 200mph.
In 1983 Keke Rosberg was the defending Formula 1 World Champion, and during the West USA Grand Prix of that year he attempted to overtake Patrick Tambay with spectacular results.
The 1990 Spanish Grand Prix was held at Jerez and saw a frustrated Ayrton Senna retire from the race following a punctured radiator – the first of the three consecutive DNFs with which he would finish the 1990 Formula 1 season. In qualifying however, things were a different story – Senna was very, very fast.
Recent bad press over the sound of the new-for-2014, 1.6-litre turbocharged engines in Formula 1 got us thinking: among the various cylinder and capacity configurations used since the world championship began in 1950, which powerplants have sounded the best? Turn up the volume!
Breathtaking in-car footage captures the madness of a full-tilt tarmac run.
Project CARS is an upcoming racing simulation with big dreams, slanted for release across a huge range of platforms.
Take a trip back in time with this awesome piece of retro treasure!
An ode for those of you missing the sound of insane, high revving normally aspirated Formula 1 engines.
Hold your breath as we wind the clock back a quarter decade and go for a blast around Monaco with Ayrton Senna.
John Ketchell is mad about motors, motorsport, and speed in general. And he possesses a gift for expressing what I think we all feel about cars and racing and sharing it with the world through the medium of paint.
The Historic Sports and Racing Car Association of New South Wales took to Wakefield Park this past weekend, out to stretch their legs in a huge and wonderful collection of historic racing and sports cars for the first time in 2014.
Ronnie Peterson was a Swedish Born F1 driver who achieved 2nd place in the Formula 1 World Championship in both 1971 and 1978, the latter being posthumously after he lost his life in tragic accident whilst racing at Monza. Peterson was just 34 at the time, however more than 35 years later his legacy lives on.
Klaus Wagger's automobile art has energy, spectacle, passion and a gripping aesthetic to match the mighty classic racecars that are his subject. It's magnificent, and you have to check it out.
Formula 1 World Champion in '97, Indycar World Champion in '95 and one-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. This is the tale of Jacques Villeneuve.