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Racing Life

GG Bailey is an affiliate of Racemark International, a manufacturer of high-quality floor mats for the world's finest automobiles. Our history is rich with the racing culture. Racemark founder Bob Bailey is a former world class racecar driver for the Porsche of America Racing Team, and he continues to be actively involved in all aspects of the automotive world from collecting classic cars to vintage auto racing.

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Porsche racing is in our DNA, a part of our history.

Awesome collection.

Watch Bob Bailey accept his award from Road & Track magazine for his 1968 Porsche 911L vintage racecar. Catch a glimpse of the beautiful number 22 at the 10:00 mark.

You're looking at Road & Track Magazine's "Car We'd Most Like to Race" -- It's Bob Bailey's 1968 Porsche 911L racecar!

Road & Track Mag Awards Porsche 911L at Road America event (VIDEO)

Bob Bailey's Porsche 911L. Bob Bailey is one of the founders of Racemark International, the parent company of

Bailey's restored 1968 Porche 911.

Porsche 356 and Early 911 Restoration

Robert Barg's 1967 Camaro in SCCA Trans Am Series trim.

#Porsche launched the #917 project in June 1968 after the International Automobile Federation (FIA) announced a new class of “legal sports car”, where the capacity could reach five liters and the minimum weight of 800 kilograms. Under the supervision of Ferdinand Piech, the 25 specimens of the new model racing cars were completed by April 1969 so the 917 could start their career in the same year. [...] #1000th

Toward the late 1960s, the long-standing relationship between Porsche and Volkswagen leads to the design of the VW-Porsche 914 - a sporty yet affordable car. In addition to the four-cylinder version for Volkswagen, a six-cylinder version of this handy mid-engine vehicle is built for Porsche. This is one of the two 1969 vehicles built with an eight-cylinder racing engine which was presented to Ferry Porsche on his 60th birthday.

Racing 356 Porsche

S800 Racecar