You may have some early Onyx Indy and F1 models. Here’s how to turn them into Indycar and F1 Christmas ornaments that will make your tree sparkle.
I eagerly looked forward to the new book, Sam’s Scrapbook by Sam Posey. I am a long-time Posey fan; the book is a fine career retrospective.
Jeremy Walton’s book quattro: the race and rally story illustrates the journey that Audi took to perfecting performance all wheel drive cars.
Magneto Magazine is a stylish publishing tour-de-force. Many readers are forsaking print for online content. Enter premium print magazines.
Love cars and car racing? You’ll love Automobilsport and Road & Track magazines. Both are extremely well written with beautiful photography.
If you love Lotus race cars (I do) and the Lotus 72 in particular (I do), you’ll love Lotus 72 by Pete Lyons. A great read about a great car.
The 464 pages of SHADOW: The Magnificent Machines of a Man of Mystery by Pete Lyons might seem daunting. It’s not. It’s fascinating.
David Hobbs. A guy that drove just about anything offered to him. From private Ferraris to Gulf Ford GT40s and Porsches and to several spells as a factory BMW driver. IMSA, NASCAR, Indy, F5000, TransAm, Can-Am, LeMans.
The work of legendary motorsport photographer Rainer Schlegelmilch has been featured in several books compiled from his vast archives. This book covers Grand Prix races from 1969-1993, which takes us from the cigar-shaped age to the V10 age.