The racing car known as “Old 16” was the first American automobile to win an international auto race.
The 1999 Daytona 500 was the 41st incarnation of this exciting event, and was memorable for winner Jeff Gordon’s three-wide pass.
NHRA’s Northeast Division did not have a good time in 1999.
The innovation of using radar allowed for the creation of adaptive cruise control systems.
20 years ago, hybrid vehicles were introduced to the USA with the Honda Insight.
20 years ago, engineer Richard Brown (aka Rocketman) built a rocket powered bike with the hopes of breaking the current land speed record of 332 mph.
Al Holbert had made a name for himself in all sorts of North American series – but mainly in IMSA.
Dodge digs up the Demon, and plans to launch the new addition to the Hellcat SRT line at the New York Auto Show. In the meantime, there’s a nifty new website that teases the return of the classic.
KMPR is a team dedicated to the history of motor sports, ranging from the cars themselves to the trophies they may have won back in the day.
The National Motor Vehicle Company manufactured and raced Indy 500 winners in the early 1900s; now, two of its cars have won the Vintage Indy Car Event.