Monthly Archives: May 2014

Another Good Book About The Monte Carlo Rally

This past week I acquired a great book on the history of the Monte Carlo Rally.  The book, written in 2007 by Graham Robson, is titled “Monte Carlo Rally, The Golden Age” which is a chronological history of the Monte Carlo … Continue reading

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Maserati’s Centennial Brochure

As I mentioned in a post last week, 2014 is the 100 year anniversary of Maserati.  Yesterday, the latest issue of “Autoweek” magazine arrived in the mail.  Wrapped with “Autoweek” was an advertising brochure from Maserati celebrating the marque’s 100 years in … Continue reading

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Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM – Another Great Mille Miglia Car

In keeping with recent Mille Miglia theme on my posts, the Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM has a strong relationship with the Mille Miglia.  An Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM, similar to the car shown in this post, was driven to a second … Continue reading

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Photos Of Some American Competitor’s Cars At The 2014 Mille Miglia

A few days ago I posted a report on the results of some of the Americans who competed in the 2014 Mille Miglia rally.  I asked anyone who had some photos of the 2014 Mille Miglia that they wanted to … Continue reading

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Indian Westener: An Anglo-American Motorcycle

Yesterday I went to the 2014 Spring Bike Show at the Singletary Rod & Gun Club in Oxford, Massachusetts.  This show is held by the British Iron Association of Massachusetts, which is a club of British motorcycle enthusiasts to which … Continue reading

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Ferrari 166 MM – A Car Celebrating The Mille Miglia

The Ferrari 166MM is the first Ferrari marque car which really was a both a high performance car and an exceptionally good-looking car as well.  The Ferrari 166MM first appeared in September 1948 and the MM stood for Mille Miglia which had … Continue reading

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Three-Time World Champion Jack Brabham Passes

Sir Jack Brabham, three-time Formula 1 World Champion, has died at the age of 88.  He died on Monday at his Gold Coast, Australia, home.  Sir Jack was a serious and very capable driver and builder of Formula 1 race … Continue reading

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