John Surtees makes a pass between two Fords and a Chevy driving his Lotus 18 up University Avenue heading towards the raceway for the 1960 U.S. Grand Prix.
Maurice Trintignant on Highway I-15 heading south coming out of Riverside on his way to the track in a Cooper T51.
Riverside Raceway was basically a new track, and had no garages in their paddock area as of yet. via
I guess the true beauty of the Veyron lies in its backside. Makes logical sense, at 255 mph you’re never really gonna see the front of it, are you?
My Most fav gen Celica! OLDSCHOOL FTW!
Eight years old, and it still has it
0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds going on to 198 mph and costs about $1000 for each of those mph.
In its second iteration, the Continental GT’s exterior styling has been made crisper and the shape looks a bit statelier without diminishing its beauty.