Peter Brock explains how the Shelby GT350 got its stripes

How did the GT350 get its stripes? Well, it all starts with a phone call between Carroll Shelby and John Bishop, president of the SCCA at the time.

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Peter Brock on comprehending the aesthetic value of race cars

As with many passions in life, motorsports is not about the money, it's about something greater than that.

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.

Can classic cars also be seen as high art?

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

Why can't we all be less judgmental on the road?

At the end of the day, aren't we all just trying to get from here to there–and maybe showing off a little individuality along the way, too?

EVs or not, the internal combustion engine continues to be improved

Even in an age of ever-growing electrification, new advancements in internal combustion are still emerging.

Has Monterey Car Week gotten too out of hand?

Is it time to self-police the growth in popularity of Monterey Car Week?

Is patina just as important as cleanliness on the show field?

Is there more to elegance than flowing lines and pristine appearances?

How to help a friend restart a stalled project

What do you do when a friend has a stalled project? Instead of poking fun, how about actually helping them?

The truth about building parts for classic cars

As it turns out, the business of making go-fast parts for old-school cars is a lot more involved than most realize.

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