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We would like to present to you the amazing 25,422cc Darracq V8 Land Speed Record car.

09-Apr-20 /Chris Bowen

Properly known as the Darracq 200 (for 200hp), here it is in its natural habitat, with owner Sir Algernon Lee Guinness (far left) at Saltburn sands in Yorkshire, sometime around 1908. Typically, the local Bluebottles have also got in on the act.

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Danish Hypercar Manufacturer Zenvo Unveils Street-Legal 1177bhp Twin-Supercharged TSR-S Model

07-Apr-20 /Salon Privé

Zenvo has today revealed its latest commission TSR-S alongside further developments from the Danish hypercar manufacturer. This example of the 1177bhp twin-supercharged V8 TSR-S model, the street-legal variant of the TSR track car, has received numerous bespoke touches and is the first car to receive full fragmented carbon fibre wheels designed, developed and built in-house by Zenvo as well as individual weave designs within the exposed carbon fibre body sections.

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Historic Racing News

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  • 1906
    Daniel MacKinlay Jr., driving a Spyker, and L. de Dantos, driving a Daracq, finished in a dead-heat in the first documented auto competition in Argentina, a trial from Buenos Aires to Tigre.
  • 1928
    The 6th Monte-Pellegrino Hillclimb was won by Amadeo Stillitti with an Alfa Romeo 15 MMS.
  • 1962
    The Ferrari 250 GTO driven by Charlie Hayes, finished fifth overall but first in class in the Nassau Trophy race in the Bahamas.