Now we might be accused of being a little obsessed at Influx towers with the year 1969. But dammit, it seems that so much cultural products of that very special year remains continually interesting, and spangled with the elusive stardust that "
"2018 is upon us and the anticipation for many motor racing series to have exciting years is already building.
There are lots of races taking place, and some immediately stand out. There will also be high-profile names making starts at some, "
It might look a litttle fat and bloated, and it might have had enough Citroen bits and pieces to put off the purists, but Maserati's Giugiaro-styled Bora from seventies is about as dialled-in a period piece as you could possibly "
Whilst scouring the web for images of Americana, I came across these amazing pictures of Graham hill-driven Turbine Indy car from around 1968 in the Life Photo Archive.
In the race to produce an alternative to the internally combusted, piston-and-crankshaft model "
Nova Scotia is an incredibly beautiful province, and there are a wealth of muscle car enthusiasts ready to roll as soon as the sun begins to shine.
We were lucky enough this weekend to be in this corner of Maritime "
Our friends at Sideburn magazine, "the world’s most suave motorcycle magazine", is organising and promoting a one-off, cross-genre event that they reckon will to "go down in history".
Hold on to your whiskers folks and prepare for "
"Images via Cats Exotics
We've been known to fetishise the odd shooting brake.
And this Murena GT must be one of the most beautiful we've ever come across.
According to the webs it was built in 1969 by Intermeccanica of Turin "
"Jeremy Webb jumped on two very different Triumph motorcycles, travelling on a couple of the best biking roads to put them to the test. He took the Tiger 1200 and the Street Twin to Wales to find out Who Dares Wins.
"Forget Formula 1, with its narcolepsy-inducing races and prima donna drivers. For pure, undiluted motorsport, rallying remains the king. Real roads, brutally fast cars and an almost infinite range of conditions make it a very different challenge to the sterile world "
"By now you will have heard of the North Coast 500. Scotland’s answer to Route 66, a 500-mile circular drive from Inverness, taking in some of the countries finest coastline. Images abound of deserted windswept beaches, majestic lochside castles, and above "