Back to CanAm racing and as detailed in our introduction to this championship, CanAm was raw and all about power and speed but not only. Some of the cars and development that happened and raced during the period the championship … Continue reading #CanAm – The 1969 Chaparral 2H.
2016 and 60 years ago, the Canadian-American Challenge Cup also known simply as the Can-Am started and rumbled around the North-American circuits during the Player’s event at Mont-Tremblant St Jovite in Québec, Canada. After 71 races, it died before the … Continue reading #CanAm – The Thrill of Speed.
© All Pictures – Copyright Rémi Dargegen Photography. In motorsports, legends are made, not born. Constant reminders of this sprang up throughout the days at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, a four-day event at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca where tens … Continue reading #RemiDargegen – Ambiance at the 2015 Rolex Monterey Motorsport Reunion.
The Holman & Moody Ford Honker II is part of the forgotten CanAm cars and funny is that everyone actually remembers its sister, the Ford F3L or P68 that was seen racing on the other side of the globe, in … Continue reading #Focus – The Forgotten 1967 Holman & Moody Ford Honker II.
The CanAm – Canadian-American Challenge Cup – had been dominated for years by the mighty McLaren M8s. From 1968 to 1971, McLaren put on the show and won the championship 4 times in a row with the same model although it did … Continue reading #Focus – McLaren’s farewell to CanAm. The 1972 M20.