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Column: Dreaming Big with Die-Cast Cars

Long before Peter Brock could own a real car, several scale models of those he admired were already beginning to help shape his taste in form.

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Viewing classic cars as kinetic art | Column

All cars are designed to fulfill a stated goal, but that doesn't mean they can't be aesthetically pleasing.

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Peter Brock: My first car | Column

Scoring your dream and getting it right the first time is something that stays with you forever, because there’s no room for compromise after that.

The Triumph TR250K: The American Concept That Might Have Saved the British Auto Industry

The K-car prototype could have saved the British Auto Industry. What went wrong?

Peter Brock on How We Can Save Bonneville

If we don't intervene, the Bonneville Salt Flats as we know it could disapear.

From clay models to 3D scans | An appreciation of change

The automotive industry may have moved away from full-size clay models, but that hasn't stopped Peter Brock from embracing modern technology to make his designs.

Where to find the most authentic racing in America | Column

Where can you find the best racing? According to Peter Brock, it's often where you aren't looking.

What's your favorite California memory? | Column

There's plenty of motorsports history and memories to be found–and made–in California.

Peter Brock Reflects on the Early Years of Sports Car Racing

The early years of sports car racing may have been its most exciting, and Peter Brock was there to see it all unfold.

Shelby Daytona Coupe and Alfa Romeo TZ1: Different designs, same influence | Column

Think the Cobra Daytona Coupe and Alfa Romeo TZ1 look similar? Both designs drew aerodynamic inspiration from the same source.

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