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thefullerview:

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dbslrt:

Dan Gurney & AC Cobra

dbslrt:

Dan Gurney & AC Cobra

itsawheelthing:

the driveway …the Aston Martin DBR1/300’s of Roy Salvadori & Carroll Shelby (5) and Stirling Moss & Jack Fairman (4), 1959 24 Heures du MansSalvodori & Shelby won the race with 1 lap advantage on their other team mates, Paul Frère & Maurice Trintignant, Moss & Fairman didn’t finish, abandoning the race after 70 laps due to an engine failure

itsawheelthing:

the driveway …

the Aston Martin DBR1/300’s of Roy Salvadori & Carroll Shelby (5) and Stirling Moss & Jack Fairman (4), 1959 24 Heures du Mans

Salvodori & Shelby won the race with 1 lap advantage on their other team mates, Paul Frère & Maurice Trintignant, Moss & Fairman didn’t finish, abandoning the race after 70 laps due to an engine failure

wellisnthatnice:

Maserati A6G/2000 Berlinetta Zagato (1956) by Kyter MC on Flickr.

frenchcurious:

habermannandsons:

Porsche

 BRAVO…C’est très agréable de voir que avez tellement aimé mon billet “24 Porsche -100 victoires” que j’ai publié le 31 Mars  2014 que vous me l’avez volé sans vergogne ! et republie sur votre blog le 30 juin 2014 …BRAVO encore.   
 
"Bravo ! I am quite pleased to see you liked the "24 Porsche - 100 victories" post I published on March 31st, so much you have actually stolen it ! I can now find it on you Tumblr (June 30th). 
Bravo again.”
tarsilveira:

Carlos Reutemann’s pits, Ferrari 312T2, 1977 Belgian Grand Prix, Zolder

tarsilveira:

Carlos Reutemann’s pits, Ferrari 312T2, 1977 Belgian Grand Prix, Zolder

amjayes:

"He was the kind who could pull out a second and that second would come from him, not the car. Say he´d be half a second off the pole. Next minute he´d be sitting there on his last set of qualifying tyres, out he´d go and find a second, just like that. He did that so many times in the final minutes of qualifying: sit there, wait, do it." - Lotus mechanic Nigel Stepney

amjayes:

"He was the kind who could pull out a second and that second would come from him, not the car. Say he´d be half a second off the pole. Next minute he´d be sitting there on his last set of qualifying tyres, out he´d go and find a second, just like that. He did that so many times in the final minutes of qualifying: sit there, wait, do it." - Lotus mechanic Nigel Stepney

gurneyeagle46:

My day at The Milwaukee Mile today for the Harry Miller Club ‘Miller Meet,’ featuring front-engined Indy cars from years gone-by.