Back in the day, when aero testing was done with tape, strings and on the street. Like a boss.
No, Doc Hudson wasn’t just some fictitious character in Cars. He was actually based off a real 1950’s Hudson Hornet that competed in the NASCAR Grand National Series and some AAA stock car series, back when stock car racing…you know, actually involved STOCK cars and not tube-frame plastic shells with stickers all over them.
It’s the Germans vs. Japanese vs. Italians. It can only mean one thing: intense racing.
The shots are from the 2010 Monterey Motorsports Reunion.
”If you put an F1 car and a premium sedan in a blender, the M3 would be the cocktail that pours out. Mmmm, nothing else like it. A toast then: To the BMW M3, the greatest all-around car in the world.”
- Arthur St. Antone, Motor Trend
The Lancia Stratos doing what it does best.
Renault Alpine A110
My apologies for the lack of an update today. I’m currently out of town for the Long Beach Grand Prix, so no updates until Monday! :)
It’s not everyday you get to see one M3 GTS, let alone three.