At some point, we have to be honest with ourselves and admit that the “Daily Grind” is becoming synonymous with “we bought more cars.” Each update consists of new additions, and each article jokes about this continuing trend… and today, it’s no different. We’ve done it again, and realistically, we might need adult supervision, or perhaps an intervention.
Writing about these sorts of events is never easy. Trying to put into words what something like this is all about is not a simple task (which is probably why it has taken me months to get this out). The photographs give you a feeling and a mood, and maybe a few highlights, but the truth is, you have to be there. It’s an event that must be witnessed first-hand, and that’s what drove me back to the Goodwood Members Meeting again this year.
Porsche’s history in motorsports is a long one, laden with victories, achievements, and records that have arguably positioned them as the winningest manufacturer in history. The brand planted its racing roots early as Porsche Chassis No. 1 took a victory in its first race less than 5 weeks from its initial completion.
We’re back once again, this time with Chapter 3. This week, the RK Motors Charlotte and Rare Drive Inc team offer a bit of history about the ’66 Le Mans winning Ford GT40 and the technology behind it. After all, winning doesn’t come easy…
Deciding upon an engine for my car, Rusty, was far from a simple task. I’d like to suggest that all along, I knew exactly what I wanted, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, several engines came to the shop, and then left on truck beds… An S62, an M106, and I even came close to pulling the trigger on an S85 V10 before I finally settled on what I felt was most true to form: the truly unique, and truly “BMW” S38 inline-six.