1935-1952 Frazer Nash BMW 315/328 LMC Special Sports-racing two-seater

This British-constructed BMW special proved itself an extremely competitive and impressive example of its type within the dynamic, fast-developing British motor racing scene of the late 1940s and early 1950s

Featured Auction - 1981 Ferrari 512BBi

Exuding a decidedly 'time-warp' feel throughout, this ultra-low mileage, pristine 512 BBi is surely one of the finest in existence. This 1980s icon is the ideal example for a collector who is in search of the very best.

Group B Quiz!

How well do you know your bonkers Group B rally machines?

Feature Video - Top 10 :: Group B Cars for the Road

Group B was all the rage in the early '80's, and brought along a massive wave of technological innovation in the performance car scene, leading to some of the wildest raod cars ever made. Here are 10 of the greatest.

Top 10 :: Group B Rally Cars for the Road - List

Group B was all the rage in the early '80's, and brought along a massive wave of technological innovation in the performance car scene, leading to some of the wildest raod cars ever made. Here are 10 of the greatest.

Featured Auction - 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster

The first 300SL Roadster exported to the U.S. Market.

Featured Auction - 2003 BMW Alpina V8 Roadster

Being a specially ordered BMW Individual Alpina V8 Roadster, makes this particular example one of the rarest BMWs of the modern era, presenting an incredible opportunity for an astute collector to add a best of breed collectable to his stable.

Featured Auction - 2016 Porsche 911 R

'On paper the 911 R is a GT3 with a manual gearbox, the GT3 RS's engine, and no wing. However, the philosophy behind the car is more involved. This is meant to be a pure, emotive 911, a car that's about driver involvement on the road rather than the track.'- Evo magazine.

Quiz - 10 Things you thought you knew about BMW.

How much do you know about the company behind "The Ultimate Driving Machines?"

How a Car Engine Works

A engine can take in 20,000 cubic feet of air to burn 20 gallons of fuel. That’s the equivalent of a 2,500 sq. ft. home! This graphic is for you. Car engines are astoundingly awesome mechanical wonders. It’s time you learned more about the magic under the hood!

 

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