The mystery of barn finds: Shelby and Alfa Romeo, two unique gems from the memory barnLost treasures of automotive history: A Shelby Cobra Coupe Daytona, once sold for $1,000, rediscovered in a tragic tale. An Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 A, vanished in 1952, reemerges in Argentina, beautifully restored.
Indy 500: the oldest and fastest race in the worldThe Indy 500 is famous for its traditions, selective qualifications, victories by female drivers, and increasing average speeds. It has evolved from racing on bricks to becoming the oldest and fastest race in the world, captivating both drivers and fans.
How a French inventor shortened the distance between London and BrightonIn 1896, a groundbreaking race from London to Brighton took place, with cars replacing horse-drawn carriages. Leon Bollee's tricycle won, covering the 84-kilometer distance in just 3 hours, 44 minutes, and 35 seconds.