GT40 Mk IV

Dan Gurney’s and A.J. Foyt’s gorgeously sensual (and Le Mans-winning) Ford GT40 Mk IV posing at the Detroit Auto Show.

Image by John Lacko.




Best lookin’ 911 I’ve ever seen!

Whoa, Nellie, I’m lustin’!

This thing has got to be over a million bucks!



c 11


Michael Schumacher and Mauro Baldi once piloted this lovely Mercedes C11 Group C car. Seen here at the Esperitu de Montjuïc 2019.




David Chases Al

Al Holbert plunges down the corkscrew at Laguna Seca in his Chevy Monza chased hard by the BMW 320i of David Hobbs in the 1977 Camel GT IMSA race.

The good old days… 22, I was.




Gran Premio de la República Argentina, 1982

Vittorio Brambilla

Image by © Phipps Sutton Images Corbis


Gran Premio de la República Argentina, 1978

Carlos Reutemann

Image by © Phipps Sutton Images Corbis


Gran Premio de la República Argentina, 1981

Alan Jones

Image by © Phipps Sutton Images Corbis

The old days…



CarlosReutemannFerrari312T3GranPremiodeBélgica1978Image by©PhippsSutton ImagesCorbis

Carlos Reutemann

Ferrari 312 T3

Gran Premio de Bélgica, 1978

Image by ©Phipps Sutton Images / Corbis



1987 LM07 Toyota


1987 LM07 Toyota


1987 LM07 Toyota / Gr.C

  • ◎The final version LM05C Group C car produced by Japan’s Le Mans Garage
  • ◎Powered by a Toyota 3S-G engine (2.1ℓ Inline-4 Turbo)
  • ◎Raced in Fuji and Suzuka 1000km races in 1987 and finished 7th in both races
  • ◎Just finished a complete restoration by a Japanese specialist

The LM07 Toyota is a Group C machine produced by the Japanese Le Man Garage in 1987. The Group C machine not being popular among the casual fans, we need to delve into the background of how this machine came to birth.

In 1982, the Group C was founded, and that October at Fuji Speedway, WEC Japan was held. It had been a while since a world championship was held in Japan so among Japanese constructers, the mood to create a domestic group C machine was high. Among them was Le Man Commercial Group’s contractor division, Le Man Garage, which imported and sold racing cars and parts.

The LM03C debuted on July 1983 at the Fuji 1000km with Haruto Yanagida/Koji Tomioka as drivers. The LM-03 was developed as the third car they developed following the Thunder LM-39 which raced both GC and F2 and the Skyline Turbo C which was developed for the Kyalami 9 Hour Race in 1982. The side radiator of this Group C machine shows major influence from the Porche 956 and the chassis combines the single skin aluminum twin tube monocoque with rear steel tube sub frame.

The car is equipped with a Nissan LZ20B-type 2089cc straight-4 turbo, thus the car entered as the Fairlady Z/C. But due to lack of rigidity of the chassis and lack of engine power and maturation, the car struggled. Next year in 1984, improvements were made and 3 cars were introduced as the LM04C. The cars were distributed to Central 20 racing led by Yanada and Hasemi Motor Sports led by Masahiro Hasemi, with Hasemi/Kenji Tohira finishing 4th at the All Japan Fuji 1000km. In 1985, the Le Man Garage developed a LM05C that passed the safety guidelines introduced that year.

The basic concept follows that of the LM03C and 04C but the monocoque of the footboy, etc. were upgraded to fit the safety standards, and the aluminum honey comb applied to improve the rigidity. Also the body design was revamped with the Venturi-structured under floor and the hollow, called the Porsche hump, was moved to the front to improve the aerodynamics.

On the other hand, the LM05C is fitted with a 2341cc Nissan FJ23 inline-four, four-valve turbo engine. On the right side of the body, a radiator and oil cooler , on the left side an inter cooler was mounted. The LM05C (At the time, called Nissan Turbo C) debuted from Team Le Man at Fuji 500 mile in July, and in the rain at the WEC Japan the trio of Osamu Chugo/Akio Morimoto/Piro Emanuel started from the 23rd grid and finished second to everybody’s surprise after Kazuyoshi Hoshino’s March 85C Nissan, the first Japanese driver and Japanese car to win the WEC.

Next year in 1986, with Nissan providing the powerful VG30-type 3-liter V6 turbo, Le Man decided to change the chassis to March but in order to utilize the good balance that the LM05C had with the smaller-output engine, they created the LM06C with a 2090cc Toyota 4T-GT inline-4 turbo. With CARA as their sponsor, the duo of Akio Morimoto/Frantz Conrad raced in the All Japan Endurance Championship and WEC In Japan, but unfortunately the 10th place finish at the All Japan Fuji 500km was their best finish.

The LM07 Toyota is the LM06C with a Toyota 2140cc inline-4 3S-G turbo. The chassis and body has basically not changed from the LM05C but with OLIO FIAT as a sponsor, Osamu Nakako/Maurizio Sandro Sala pair performed well in this car, such as 7th place finish in the opening race at the All Japan Fuji 1000km. They also finished 10th at the Fuji 500 mile race and 7th in the International Suzuka 1000km. The car put up for auction is the only LM07 Toyota built in 1987, which Japanese specialist restored to running condition. Due to its recent restoration, a shake down and setup of the individual parts are still required.


This thing is gorgeous!



Nanni, Brands Hatch, 1972

The great Nanni Galli piloting one of the works Autodelta Alfa Romeo T33TT/3 cars at Brands Hatch in 1972. He qualified 9th and finished 6th.


IckxOliver Mirage M2 69 Nürburgring 1000KmEric della Faille image

The John Wyer Automotive Gulf-Mirage M2 piloted by Jacky Ickx and Jackie Oliver at the 1969 Nürburgring 1000Km.

The awesomeness knew no bounds.

An Eric della Faille image.



lola t 212

A lovely Lola T 212 belongging to Scuderia Filipineti having fun at the Monza Eni Circuit’s Historic 2018 celebrations.

By @rs65photos.



Mark Donohue's Ferrari 512M, Watkins Glen 1971 (did not finish)

Mark Donohue’s Ferrari 512M, Watkins Glen 1971 (did not finish)

I remember it so well. I was just 16 years old.

The times were exciting back then. Things were … “real.”



52 zandvoort

motorsport minganzoon


Sunday, August 17, 1952

Race winner:
Alberto Ascari
Scuderia Ferrari
Round: 7
Weather: Cool, wet and overcast
Laps: 90
Pole position: Alberto Ascari Scuderia Ferrari
Fastest Lap: Ascari, 1m49.8
Country: Holland
Circuit: Zandvoort


Position Driver Team Vehicle Time Points
1 Alberto Ascari Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 500 (Pirelli)
2h 53m 28.500s
2 Giuseppe Farina Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 500 (Pirelli)

2h 54m 8.600s

↑ 1 Luigi Villoresi Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 500 (Pirelli)

2h 55m 2.900s

+1m 34.400s
↓ 1 Mike Hawthorn LD Hawthorn Cooper T20-Bristol (Dunlop)
↑ 3 Robert Manzon Equipe Gordini Gordini 16 (Engelbert) 2
↓ 1 Maurice Trintignant Equipe Gordini Gordini 16 (Engelbert) 0
↑ 3 Duncan Hamilton Hersham & Walton Motors HWM 52-Alta (Dunlop) 0
↑ 1 Lance Macklin Hersham & Walton Motors HWM 52-Alta (Dunlop) 0
↑ 7 Chico Landi Scuderia Bandeirantes Maserati A6GCM (Pirelli) 0
Jan Flinterman 0
NC Dries van der Lof Hersham & Walton Motors HWM 52-Alta (Dunlop) 0
R Ken Wharton Scuderia Franera Frazer-Nash FN48-Bristol (Dunlop)
R Stirling Moss English Racing Automobiles ERA G-type-Bristol (Dunlop) 0
R Ken Downing Ken Downing Connaught A-Lea-Francis (Dunlop) 0
R Charles de Tornaco Ecurie Francorchamps Ferrari 500 (Engelbert) 0
R Paul Frere Ecurie Belge Simca-Gordini 15 (52) (Engelbert) 0
R Jean Behra Equipe Gordini Gordini 16 (Engelbert) 0
R Jan Flinterman Scuderia Bandeirantes Maserati A6GCM (Pirelli) 0
R “Gino Bianco” Scuderia Bandeirantes Maserati A6GCM (Pirelli) 0

And there you have it!



 Le Mans 1999

Joachim Winkelhock in the pilot’s seat of the works BMW V12 LMR at Le Mans in 1999.

From Wikiped ia:

The BMW V12 LMR is a Le Mans Prototype built for sports car racing from 1999 to 2000.

The car was built through an alliance between BMW Motorsport and WilliamsF1 and was the successor to the failed BMW V12 LM of 1998.

It is famous for earning BMW its only overall victory to date at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.



65-66 GT350 Full Race Kit

maier 65-66 GT350 Full Race Kit

65-66 GT350 Full Race Kit includes the following:

  • MF65RAM: 65-66 Front Racing Apron with Molded Spoiler
  • MF65HGL: 65-66 Shelby Style Hood – Lightweight
  • MF65FF5: 65-66 Front Flares – 5″ Mold On
  • MF65RF5: 65-66 Rear Flares – 5″ Mold On
  • MF65SS: 65-66 Lower Side Scoops – Shelby Style
  • MF65TA: 65-66 Trunk Lid with Quarter Extensions – Fastback – Lightweight
  • MF65BRC: 65-66 Rear Bumper – Stock – Carbon Fiber
  • MF65RV: 65-55 Lower Rear Valance
  • MF65LS: 65-66 Headlight Surrounds
  • MF65LB: 65-66 Headlight Buckets

OMG this thing is GORGEOUS!

If it worked, I’d definitely be sporting a tremendous woody!



Old School Ford GT40 DESTROYS a Hellcat…Hell Yeah!

Jun 21, 2017

The Ford GT-40 is a TIMELESS piece of automotive excellence that you really don’t get to see all that often, especially ripping down an airstrip! This BEAUTIFUL display of aero and design really caught our attention as soon as it rolled off the trailer. We we’re glad to see it pull out to the starting line to stretch its legs down the airstrip of Rantoul Aviation Center for Omega Motorsport’s NoFlyZone Midwest!

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Well of course it did! The GT40 is the best car ever made by anyone, anywhere, any time!



Carlos Reutemann

Temporada 1978
Carlos Reutemann
Ferrari 312 T3
Gran Premio de Inglaterra

via Carlos Reutemann

Those were the days… Carlos and colleagues were the best of the best… right up to today.



















The iconic and fantastic Ford Mustang Boss 302 driven by Parnelli Jones in the 1969 Trans-Am season.













Viva Terlingua !

Now, this is a Shelby’s Shelby.

An iconic and powerful conveyance that changed the American car scene forever.



Marcos Mantara LM600 Race Car V8 Sound in action!

Sep 25, 2019

The Marcos LM600 is one of the cars that I always wanted to see in real life after discovering it many years ago playing GTR2 and Race ’07/GTR Evolution on my pc. The car was unveiled in 1995 and raced in various championships such as the BPR Global GT Series & FIA GT but also in various endurance races from 1995 to 2003. Its racing life continued even after in the British GT, Spanish GT Championship and in the International GT Open till 2011. It was moved by a Chevrolet LT1 6.0L small block V8 by KMS Racing Engines which was able to produce around 600hp. Watch it in action around Monza Circuit during the 2019 Monza Historic weekend by Peter Auto, racing in the Endurance Racing Legends series!

#Marcos #MarcosMantara #MarcosLM600


I have to thank my friend and Youtuber Italiansupercarvideo with whom I decided to set up a collaboration for the event. Don’t forget to subscribe to his great automotive channel for more videos at this link:… — Subscribe to my 2nd channel here:…

Camcorder: Canon Legria HF GX10 & G30 + Canon DM-100 Microphone
Event: Monza Historic 2019 by Peter Auto
Where: Monza Circuit, Italy
Link To My Channel:

I have always loved Marcos conveyances for the gnarly good looks, vicious power and neato handling… I don’t remember this one, though!

Which is unusual for me. So I am thrilled with this. This thing is the Marcos of all Marcoses! Wait. Sp? Marcosi?

Be well.



Monza 1000 Kms 1969. Full film. Film intero

Jul 11, 2009

The last race to use the awesome banked curve. L’ultima gara ad usare la sopraelevata.

History! Loud history! Fast, too!





Sam Posey and Ronnie Bucknum piloted Mr. Chinetti’s NART Ferrari 512S (chassis #1014) at the 24 Heures du Mans of 1970.

  • source Carros e Pilotos.

This car is yet another classic originating from my hometown. Luigi Chinetti’s North American Racing Team was only a few miles from my hut. My dear friend worked on this vehicle full time. Well, mixed in with working on customer’s cars, of course.

Exciting days. Imagine it being your day job … pit crew … Le Mans … how cool is that?

Be well.




Jody Scheckter, piloting a Ferrari 312 T3

Grand Prix d’Espagne 1973

Circuit – Jarama

Source – Carros e Pilotos.

Nice. So nice.



Abarth 2000SP

August 4th was a Happy 70th Birthday for Leo Kinnunen, seen here at the Mugello circuit in 1970, weilding a smooth little Abarth 2000SP.

Now, that’s what I’m talkin’ about!



Porsche 917LH


Porsche 917LH


Porsche 917LH


Porsche 917LH

Gérard Larousse and Willi Kauhsen pilot a lovely Porsche 917LH at Le Mans in 1970.

The other LH was entered by Martini Racing, qualified by Willy Kauhsen and Gérard Larrousse on 12th position. The spectacular livery of this car was elaborate whirls and swoops of light green on a dark blue background. The car with the 4.5L engine gained the nickname of the Hippie Car or the Psychedelic Porsche from the team and media.
— Wikipedia

They finished in 2nd place!

Those were the days, my friend.






A rare Ecurie Ecosse LM69, one of 25 cars built to 1969 Le Mans spec. Powered by a 48 valve V-12.

Bold, blue and beautiful.



Bernd Rosemeyer

Here is a nice shot of Bernd Rosemeyer driving an Auto Union Typ C at the 1937 Grand Prix of Monaco.

How can one lose with all that precision ϟϟ preparation?



This OLD Corvette DESTROYS Supercars!!!

Vehicle Virgins
Published on May 25, 2019

This OLD Corvette DESTROYS Supercars!!! In todays episode we test out Superformance’s 1963 Corvette Grand Sport! It is insane…

Well, it’s not old at all, is it… gosh, it’s completely brand new. It’s built by Superformance, a wonderful company that made their mark many yarn ago with a fantastic GT40. Which was and is as stunning as this car.

But, you know, I’ve really been digging Corvettes lately and this one is by far the best I’ve ever seen. But it is a fact of my life that $189,000 is not and never will be available to buy one of these, which I would do, even though my eyes won’t let me drive it. I suppose that in theory, I could win a lotto, but I doubt that God’s curse on my life would allow it.

And now…

Superformance Corvette Grand Sports – Jay Leno’s Garage

Jay Leno’s Garage
Published on Jul 9, 2018

Lance Stander and Ken Lingenfelter have given these legendary racers modern power plants and drive trains that are proper tributes with incredible performance.

ABOUT JAY LENO’S GARAGE A new video every Sunday! Visit Jay Leno’s Garage, the Emmy-winning series where Jay Leno gives car reviews, motorcycle reviews, compares cars, and shares his passion and expertise on anything that rolls, explodes, and makes noise. Classic cars, restomods, super cars like the McLaren P1, sports cars like Porsche 918 Spyder and Camaro Z28, cafe racers, vintage cars, and much, much more.

And there you have it.


I have spent long, grueling hours gathering evidence in support of the opinion held by some people that holds that the Z4 GT3 can indeed go up hills of significant size and will not, as suggested by others, wheeze and leave volk stranded at the bottom. The Z4 GT3 is a motorized conveyance; conceived and constructed by tiny, adorable gnomes in handcrafted lederhosen at the Bavarian Motor Works, located in München, deep in Freistaat Bayern, itself located in beautiful southern Deutschland.

I have located three compilations of events that show a series of fairly competent attempts to reach the top of the respective hills. Here they are:

Hillclimb Monster BMW Z4 GT3, 600HP with open exhaust! René Aeberhardt, full Onboard @Gurnigel 2015

Published on Sep 8, 2016

BMW Z4 GT3 4.4 V8 Monster // 600Hp NA Pure Rumbling Sound

HillClimb Monsters
Published on Oct 30, 2017

Jan Milon has used on the 2017 Season of the European HillClimb Chanpionship a beautiful BMW Z4 in GT3 spec. With around 600Hp from the 4.4 Naturally Apirated V8 the German introduced quite a brutal presence and sound to each event it entered.

BMW Z4 GT3 – Hill Climb Verzegnis 2017 ☆PURE SOUND

Published on Dec 17, 2017

Marco Iacoangeli in his insane SOUND Monster BMW Z4 GT3 at Hill Climb Verzegnis 2017 HCF-Video Nr: 489 #HillClimbFans original #NeverStopClimbing visit, like and follow us: website: webshop: facebook: instagram: twitter:

So, I think that sews that line of questioning right up.