The Petersen Automotive Museum just finished their changes to their vault, new cars, new lighting. It’s such a dope spot to wander and see all these driveable machines just parked as if they’re in a typical multistory garage. Here’s a few pics from my last tour down under.
DeMacross Epique GT1 (c2012)
Here’s the new file.
I love this car and still very much lament that it never got to see racing action, and never will...
But how, you may be asking, do we bring back fast, attractive, competitive sports cars in a modern age of aerodynamically driven racing design and engineering? The answer is so simple, I’m surprised no one’s mentioned it.
There, glorious, glorious GT1 and Super GT. Happy now?
GT1 is arguably the most missed Le Mans racing class, but what cars would you have compete if it came back?
GT1 is arguably the most missed Le Mans racing class, let us reminisce in the glory of the old days. What was your favorite GT1 car?
To some, the car pictured above is known as an intriguing British GT racer from the 1990s, to others it is known as "That car from Gran Turismo" and to most, it is likely not known at all. So, for those who may be interested in the history of this mighty British racing machine, let's delve into it's history in this…
This is only 7K RPM. I can't imagine 14K of the F1 cars. This is the RGT the RSV revved to 8500!!!
Then they go ahead and develop a racing version of the Murcielago with the help of Reiter. Hey, I am not complaining. I am glad! There have been things like this throughout Lambo's history. For example, they hired a guy named Bob Wallace. Nice guy, really liked racing though. So when he was head engineer he…
It doesn't sound turbocharged. It should sound like this.
After 39 hours straight without sleep, I am finally going to sleep! For this great occasion, I have for you this amazing video!