The Untold Story of Can Am’s Most Famous Car, Part V: The Turning Point

The Untold Story of Can Am’s Most Famous Car, Part V: The Turning Point

July 28, 2014   The Stephen Cox Blog is Presented by McGunegill Engine Performance ...

PART IV, THE EMBARRASSMENT - Penske's L&M Porsche, the Untold Story of Can Am's Most Famous Car

PART IV, THE EMBARRASSMENT - Penske's L&M Porsche, the Untold Story of Can Am's Most Famous Car

July 21, 2014   PART IV, THE EMBARRASSMENT - Penske's L&M Porsche, the Untol...

Carroll Shelby's Turbine: The Car That Was Supposed to Win Indy

Carroll Shelby's Turbine: The Car That Was Supposed to Win Indy

The Botany 500 Shelby Turbine Indy Car is among auto racing's most famous near misses.  ...

Crash Bumps Boschett Timepieces Chevy from Top Ten

Crash Bumps Boschett Timepieces Chevy from Top Ten

The Sopwith Motorsports/Acorn Cabinetry Racing #82 appeared to be destined for a solid top ten ru...

Sopwith Takes 2nd in Photo Finish

Sopwith Takes 2nd in Photo Finish

The Boschett Timepieces/Acorn Cabinetry Racing #82 took second place honors in the first Mid-Amer...

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July 28, 2014
 
The Untold Story of Can Am’s Most Famous Car, Part V: The Turning Point
 
“Mark [Donohue] and the other people behind the Porsche are not lighthearted types. They take the whole thing very seriously.” – Pete Lyons, Road & Track 
July 21, 2014
 
PART IV, THE EMBARRASSMENT - Penske's L&M Porsche, the Untold Story of Can Am's Most Famous Car 
 
“I had a five-liter, normally aspirated nothing.” – George Follmer
The Botany 500 Shelby Turbine Indy Car is among auto racing's most famous near misses. 
The Sopwith Motorsports/Acorn Cabinetry Racing #82 appeared to be destined for a solid top ten run on Thursday night at State Park Speedway’s headline event when disaster struck on the front stretch.
The Boschett Timepieces/Acorn Cabinetry Racing #82 took second place honors in the first Mid-American Stock Car Series event at Wausau, Wisconsin’s State Park Speedway last night.
June 23, 2014
 
PART III: The Replacement
 
"We drove by the seat of our pants. We had to muscle the car around the track. We did not have cool suits.” – George Follmer

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