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Left: The Locomobile Type 1906, "Old 16", driven by George Robertson on its way to winning the 1908 Vanderbilt Cup on Long Island.

Center: Action during the 1916 Vanderbilt Cup event at Santa Monica with William Bolden (#12) leading Omar Toft.

Personalities History Links

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Tony Adamowicz A photo biography of his racing days in Can-Am, sports car endurance racing, Indy cars, Formula 5000, and Trans-Am in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.
Bobby Allison His own official site.
Jack Brabham The official site of the greatest Australian Grand Prix driver.
Jim Clark Complete biographical information and stats on this great driver.
Mark Donohue (Unfair Advantage) Dedicated to Mark Donohue and very appropriately named.
Don Edmunds Don has a long history in racing, from the late 1940's through 2002. He has spent most of his life building race cars. Now he is building scale models.
Janet Guthrie Home of the pioneering woman race car driver.
Mike Hailwood Devoted to the great career of "Mike The Bike," both his motorcycle and auto racing exploits.
Phil Hill The official site for the first American World Champion.
Lawrence O. "Hughie" Hughes A photographic history of Hughie Hughes, who raced on the outlaw circuits of Nebraska, Kansas, and Iowa from around 1922 to 1934.
Denny Hulme Brought to you by Group 7.
Innes Ireland Formula One driver, sports car driver, even a NASCAR driver once, then top writer of the sport, Innes was respected by all.
Sy Kaback The life and times of an interesting character. Kaback was a sprint car driver, then sports car racer, and then an East coast distributor of Lotus cars.
Bruce McLaren "To do something well is so worthwhile that to die trying to do it better cannot be foolhardy. It would be a waste of life to do nothing with ones ability, for I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone."
Greg Moore A tribute to Greg Moore and his too short career.
Stirling Moss The official site of the greatest driver never to win the World Championship.
Barney Oldfield Dedicated to the self proclaimed "Master Driver of the World," the first athlete to hire a publicity manager.
The Petty Dynasty The official site of Petty Racing Enterprises, it has a history section of this great racing family and its members.
Art Pollard Dedicated to the driver whose long racing career finally brought him to Indy cars and the Indy 500 before he lost his life practicing at Indy in 1973.
Swede Savage Dedicated to the young driver many considered would be the next great one, but sadly suffered a fatal crash at Indy in 1973.
Landy Scott Relive memories or learn firsthand how a virtual unknown from Milwaukee, Wisconsin competed against the nation's greatest racing stars of yesteryear.
Carroll Shelby The official site for one of the automotive industry's great legends. It's not just his racing and manufacturing exploits that are covered, but his famous chili as well.
Major Taylor Information on Major Taylor, a black bicycle turned auto racer, born in 1878.
Mickey Thompson One of motorsports greatest innovators and drivers in the sport. He has raced in almost every form of motorsports possible, drag racing, boats, road courses, Mexican road race, Bonneville attempts, Indy 500, and off road racing.
Gilles Villeneuve A tribute to Gilles Villeneuve.
Smokey Yunick The official site for one of the greatest and smartest characters in racing history.

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