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 "
"If you're one of the folk out there who believes that the Porsche Turbo wasn't necessarily a full-blooded supercar, then the 959 pushed the form firmly into the superlative.
But we reckon the 930 Turbo was the supercar. This was a hypercar.
"Camp Jeep is a massive event for the Jeep Owners Group, drawing enthusiasts from all over the world. It is the European version of the Jeep get-togethers that are held across the United States, from Tennessee and Arizona to Maine "
"Riding the current wave of retro classics are 1980s cars. But if you want a cool set of two wheels rather than four, hop on the bike that looks like a box, the Honda Motocompo.
The 1980s. Brought back into "
"The National Speedway Museum at Broxbourne is a surprising place. Set within Paradise Wildlife Park, a colourful animal sanctuary and family entertainment centre in the pretty countryside of Hertfordshire, there’s little to hint at the textured treasure trove that "
"This time around we’re featuring helmets – and these safety devices are more than just practical, they’re art. More than that, for a professional race driver or rider they’re also their trademarks – their identities whilst their faces are "