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Column: Peter Brock on the Legacy of the Nürburgring

Peter Brock discusses just how much the Nürburging has changed over time, becoming not just a racing destination, but a commercial one, too.

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Peter Brock on the Birth of the Spoiler

Aerodynamic aids are no-brainers on a modern race car, but where did the spoiler as we know it come from? Peter Brock weighs in on the subject.

Shelby
Is It Real? Peter Brock Defines a True Shelby Cobra

The now classic Shelby Cobra roadster is the most replicated car in history.

Micro Cars for the Masses

Microcars: Small Cars, Big Fun

Brock On: DeTomaso Panteras

It’s not easy being a Pantera owner: Almost all in this august group seem acutely aware of the rarity of the art they’ve acquired and reluctant to see any ill-considered ...

Driving Miss Daisy: The Forgotten Cobra Meant to Succeed the Ford GT

Project Daisy was the thundering 600-horsepower, V10-engined Shelby Cobra concept intended to succeed the original Ford GT. It never happened. But on the 15th anniversary of its debut, we get ...

In Defense of the Near-Classic

We try to spot the next great classics.

Datsun
50 Years of BRE

The 50-year anniversary of BRE brings great stories from the team's past.

Why Are They Referring to Dr. Porsche’s Type 64 as a Nazi Car?

The backstory of the 1939 Porsche Type 64 that failed to sell at RM Sotheby's Monterey.

Separated at Birth: The Fiat Dino and 124 Sport Spider

In 1966, Fiat unleashed a pair of sports cars: One for the masses and another for the supercar set.

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