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Racing Heritage

We hope you enjoy reading some tidbits of Racing history that we've compiled for you here. This is the where we recognize & pay tribute to historical racing figures from the Pittsburgh area and from across the globe. These are those small tidbits of information that get passed around in the pub after races. We hope you enjoy.

Lightweight Galaxie.

#28 Fred Lorenzen "Lafayette Ford" 1965 Ford Galaxie

#28 Fred Lorenzen "Lafayette Ford" 1965 Ford Galaxie

Vintage Bugatti

Vintage Cars and Racing Scene, Automotive Art of Vaclav Zapadlik - Bugatti Vintage Car, Vintage Bugatti Racing Cars Wallpaper 4

Nigel Mansell, Lotus-Ford 87, 1981 French Grand Prix, Dijon-Prénois

Ruined Jaguar racing car with Porshe in background

Shelby King Cobra 1967 at Riverside Driven by Jerry Titus Ford Westlake 289 V8 6183 cc

1974 Niki Lauda takes his maiden Formula 1 win at Jarama

Alberto Ascari takes the first of six consecutive grand prix wins in '52 at Spa, on his way to the title

1928-38 Fordodge The front end is a 1938 Ford DeLuxe standard track nose with hand formed metal sides. The hood back to the stretched 1928 Ford cowl sweeps into a Dodge touring car tub finished with a 1925 Ford Model T rear with a hand formed roll pan and side with Bonneville louvers.

1958 Casablanca GP, Morocco. Hawthorn - Ferrari 246

Babler & Clark E : 1962 :: enginedynamicsinc

Juan Manuel Fangio and Jean Behra share a happy moment as Maserati team mates

Arthur Davidson and William S. Harley, founders of the Harley Davidson motor company. Pine Lake 1924.

TAZIO NUVOLARI (1892-1953) au grand prix de Monaco en 1933 surAlfa Romeo ©Charles Delius/Leemage MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/LEEMAGE

1934 Monaco GP Nuvolari - Bugatti

Tazio Nuvolari, running in the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 at the 1932 Monaco Grand Prix.

TAZIO NUVOLARI (1892-1953) au grand prix de Monaco en 1933 surAlfa Romeo ©Charles Delius/Leemage MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/LEEMAGE

It's not a secret that Enzo Ferrari's opinion about Moss was that he was second only to Tazio Nuvolari, and that his talent in developing different type of cars was unmatchable. A great driver with incredible flexibility skills. Single seaters or GT, gp tracks or Mille Miglia... it wasn't important; simply..."the greatest driver never to win the World Championship"; more then 500 races + more then 80 different cars = racing legend. this well made short movie is part of murray walker's f1 greats.