February 28, 2012 @ 9:58 PM
Digging through some old photos and found some really cool stuff, back when racing was a leather helmet and drum brakes.
February 27, 2012 @ 10:27 PM
Congratulations to Matt Kenseth for his second win at the Daytona 500, after a multitude of weather delays, the 2012 Daytona 500 was finally held on Monday night. No one could have foreseen just what was in store for the 54th running of the Great American Race, marred by crashes, cautions and on-track fires.
Greg Biffle had the outside pole for the race, while Kasey Kahne was in position No. 20 in the starting grid. Both Washington natives stayed in the race until the late going, despite a number of crashes and cautions, including the big wreck during the second lap of the race that took out a handful of cars.
Favorites Jeff Gordon, and Jimmy Johnson also left the race before it reached the halfway point, due to ...
February 25, 2012 @ 11:34 AM
by Michael Satterfield Tucked away in the foothills of Southern California is a wall built of classic cars, built sometime in the mid-50's. At first look the cars, which are only visible from a private road that leads to an old estate hidden completely from view, were put in place to protect the properties airstrip that was last used around 40 years ago. The remains of the air strip and the foundation for the hanger can still be seen as well. The cars many more which are buried completely are strung together with a massive cable like a macaroni noodle necklace you might have made in kindergarten. Over the years many people have stripped the bumpers, engine parts, grilles tail lamps, and other exposed bits from what were once mostly ...