This Determined Group of Auto Historians Is Building a Digital Doomsday Bunker for Classic Car Info

Combining his skills as a 45-year chief archivist and record keeper for the state of New York with his hobby as a classic car enthusiast, Robert Gerometta is at the heart of the Automotive History Preservation Society. After retiring from his post as the Commissioner of the Department of Information

There’s an Electric Ford GT40 Replica in Development

With the auto industry making noise of an imminent, wholesale switch to electric vehicles, it’s starting to look like preexisting classic cars (and replicas thereof) will be the combustion engine’s greatest stronghold. At least, we thought that until a British firm announced it will break with tradition and offer clones

History Calls Juan Pablo Montoya Back For Another Shot at Indianapolis 500

As hard as it may seem to believe, Juan Pablo Montoya’s last start in an Indy car was in 2017 —63 races ago to be precise—not coincidentally also being his last start in the Indianapolis 500 as well (finished sixth). While many may have thought they’d never see the now

You Better Believe Gordon Murray Has the World's Greatest Collection of Lightweight Cars

Most people reading this will have seen that meme about the car enthusiast’s ideal house, consisting of a single bedroom and a vast dozen-car garage. Gordon Murray, the father of the McLaren F1, though, actually lives that life, confessing in a video tour of his car collection that he lives

This Working Airplane-Bodied RV With a Full Cockpit Is on Craigslist for $28K

Last summer, demand for RV rentals saw an unprecedented 650-percent surge as Americans sought ways to vacation without crossing the paths of other people. Because the cause thereof still haunts us, Summer 2021 looks to be another RV season, with one rental agency’s survey concluding Americans are more comfortable renting

62-Year-Old Former Winner Will Race Again at the 2021 Daytona 500

Age is hard on the human body. Endurance and strength falter, and our reaction times gradually slip. It’s little wonder why, with some race cars more brutal to drive than ever, racing drivers struggle to stay competitive past the age of 35, and as their golden years approach, involvement even

Isuzu’s Secret History: F1 Engines, Supercar Concepts, and More

When was the last time you thought about Isuzu? If you live in the U.S.A., it’s probably been quite a while since that Japanese automaker has crossed your mind given the last Isuzu passenger vehicle sold in America got its tags in 2009. Don’t worry, though—Isuzu is doing fine without

The Top 10 Coolest Trains of All Time

There’s a perplexingly small overlap between those who like cars and those who consider having their commute interrupted by a train the highlight of their day. Trains, after all, just take what excite us about cars—complex, mechanical things steeped in performance, technology, and luxury—to loftier extremes. Interest in one should

Why History Hates the 1980s Chevy Camaro IROC-Z

For those who came of automotive age in the 1980s, there was only one Camaro to have: the IROC-Z. Chevrolet offered the IROC-Z trim model of the Z/28 from 1985 to 1990, its badge nodding to the International Race of Champions series that sprang from the brain of Roger Penske