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John Cobb in a Napier Railton set the lap record with a lap at mph. Brooklands was a motor racing circuit and aerodrome built near Weybridge in Surrey, England. It opened in and was the world's first purpose-built motorsport venue

Lord Howe's Bugatti Type T59 at Brooklands Circuit (1929)

carversed: Bugatti Type 59 at the bump on the Brooklands race track. In case you needed more proof that early race car drivers had balls of steel.

Christopher Arthur "Chris" Amon (NZ) (Scuderia Ferrari), Ferrari 312/68 - Ferrari Tipo 218 3.0 V12 (RET)1968 German Grand Prix, Nürburgring Nordschleife

Chris Amon (Scuderia Ferrari) under the bridge during the 1968 German Grand Prix at Nürburgring

formula 1 canada 2001 | DAN GURNEY CAMINO DE LA VICTORIA (BELGICA 1967)

Dan Gurney, Eagle-Weslake, Belgium Grand Prix Quoting from AAR: “History in the making: Called "one of the most beautiful Grand Prix cars ever built”, the Eagle / Gurney - Weslake number is racing through the Ardennes Forest to win the.

specialcar:  silver arrows’ history

Mercedes-Benz revived its racing spirit by bringing back the Silver Arrows for a truly special display.

A public service announcement from Humour Train, Pinterest, and me

This one would be perfect for G-ma to get to work. Little green pea car! Yes, can't you just see smooshed green pea car when some uncoordinated SUV driver "bumps" into it? Not good- cute and efficient but that is a bit of problem.

1950 Aston Martin DB2

1950 Aston Martin 1950 Austin Atlantic In 2009 the Veritas RS III Roadster super sports car won the "Best Super Car award in Londo.


Model T Ford Forum: Old Photo - Flying Speedster. how things have progressed!

F&O Forgotten Nobility Railton Special, 1947, Wendover, Utah, Jon Brenneis (by paul.malon)  kThis post has 82 notes  tThis was posted 26 minutes ago rThis was reblogged from sphinxnomore Rhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/paulmalon/12379841434...

mpdrolet: John Cobb’s "MPDroplet" racing car, the Railton Special, powered by two engines, made a 334 mph trial run at Wendover, Utah in 1947 (photography by Jon Brenneis)

Mónaco 1963

John Surtees ( - Ferrari 156 and Graham Hill - BRM - 1963 - Monaco Grand Prix: