"The story of the birth of the GT40 is legendary. Henry Ford II, outraged at Enzo Ferrari for pulling out of a deal to sell up his company to the Americans, ordered his engineers to come up with a car "
"Images: Magneto for Influx
There's probably been more motoring column inches dedicated to the Ford GT40 than to any other racing car of the last half a century. There's a reason why.
At the Le mans Classic, to see these "
It was an obvious choice - the definitive fast ford, one that will always be remembered as the Ferrari and Porsche-slaying slab of automotive sinew and muscle that rode to glory. And we'll never get tired of posting onboard footage "
We're always amazed, here at Influx towers, how creative photography can tease out unexpected perspectives for cars that we believe we know intimately.
Take the shot of the GT40 MK 11, for example, taken by the very talented Boyd Jaynes.
"There's something deliciously audacious about the very idea of a Mk 1 Ford Transit with an F1 engine installed.
And look at the first edition of Ford’s promotional Transit. It looks every bit of the burly 1970s monster that it "
"I recently commented on a Tweet by a guy who rides a 125cc bike.
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"It wasn’t any of his five world titles.
It wasn’t having a statue of himself unveiled in his hometown of Tranas. Nor was it having his sport’s World Cup trophy named after him.
Those incredible accolades may "
"The British springtime planned its moment perfectly, breaking cover in time to kick off the historic motoring calendar. Amongst the daffodils of West Sussex, the Duke of Richmond hosted the 77th Members’ Meeting at the nostalgic Goodwood Motor Circuit.