/ 14 Jul 2015
Physics is fundamental to understanding how the world around us works. But to many, just the mere mention of the word “physics” strikes fear into their hearts, because they remember it as a difficult or inscrutable subject from high school or even college classes if they pursued it further. We say: this book is for you.
/ 15 Jun 2015
While perhaps not a household name, Tyler Alexander is one individual who had much to do with this success. In his autobiography, Tyler Alexander: A Life and Times with McLaren, the author reminisces and shares with the reader his four and a half decades with the team. For race fans, it’s definitely worth a read.
By / 8 Jun 2015
Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!: The Bonhams Guide to Classic Race and Sports Cars is what one might come to think of as a "Who’s Who” of automobiles. In conjunction with Bonhams, one of the world’s top auction houses, author Jared Zaugg has done very much the same thing that Who’s Who used to do—only instead of people, the focus is on important classic sports and race cars from 1900-1997.
/ 4 Jun 2015
When one thinks of Formula 1, one might not naturally associate it with the city of Detroit, home of the “Big Three” manufacturers General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler. For seven years, however, from 1982-1988, Formula One races were held on a two and a half mile street circuit that snaked through areas in and around Detroit’s city center.
/ 1 Jun 2015
Could there possibly be a better way for a Petrolisti to celebrate summer than by taking a trip of the four-wheeled variety? But where to go? The world is a big place, and there’s so much to see, but so little time. This guidebook is one place to start: it’s tailored toward car enthusiasts.
/ 28 May 2015
In the world of classic cars, Ferrari sits at the top. From there—depending on who you ask, of course, the waters get murky. If you’re interested in cars that have changed the world, however, Ferrari may not be the top marque. For Greg Long, the search and capture of interesting cars sort of runs in the family, and there were so many stories to tell that only a novel would do. Here are three engaging excerpts from “Found”.
/ 26 May 2015
Here, the quest for the land speed record is recorded by photographer Peter Vincent. Over twenty-years, he documented the triumphs and tribulations of the men, women, cars, and motorcycles that have campaigned to set records at the Bonneville Salt Flats. The Bonneville Salt Flats: Two Decades of Photography is exactly that—and it’s captivating, to say the least.