KIM McCULLOUGH: A DRIVE OF A LIFETIME!

No driving event in the classic car community can compete with the  historic Mille Miglia. This weekend, Kim McCullough, Vice President, Marketing, Jaguar Land Rover North America, along with her husband Mitch, will be tackling the grueling 1,000-mile Mille Miglia classic car rally through Italy. They’ll be driving their ‘54 Jaguar XK120 roadster.


 Here Kim tells us why she’s so thrilled, and honored, to be competing in this legendary event: http://interactivejaguar.com/blog.do?id=...
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BMW, MERCEDES, PORSCHE: DEUTSCHE MARQUE CONCOURS!

Mike Matune checks out the 32nd annual German cars show produced by local area BMW, Mercedes and Porsche clubs. Marking its 32nd year, the Deutsche Marque Concours d’Elegance has become a staple on the National Capital Area’s Spring car event schedule. Put on by the local chapters of the BMW, Mercedes and Porsche car clubs, the Concours crowds the show field at Nottoway Park in Vienna, VA with all manner of German automotive finery. The Porsche “Outlaw” row contained some interesting variati...
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IDRIS ELBA: BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT SPEED SETS RECORD!

Award-winning actor breaks Sir Malcolm Campbell’s 88-year old record, runs 180.361 mph on Pendine Sands, Wales. Idris Elba, star of Luther and The Wire, piloted a Bentley to break the historic ‘Flying Mile’ UK land speed record – 174.8 mph - set by Sir Malcolm Campbell in 1927. Hitting more than 180 mph in a new Bentley Continental GT Speed, Elba broke Campbell’s record set nearly 90 years ago in his legendary Napier-Campbell Blue Bird. The record was independently verified by the UK Timing ...
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BARN FIND: SHELBY GROUP 2 SCCA MUSTANG!

Stephen Cox blogs about the sixteenth ’66 Mustang A/Sedan racer built by Shelby,  but never raced. Originally painted in Ford's familiar Wimbledon White, the car was loaded with go-fast equipment during a lengthy process when it was converted from assembly line stock into a professional racing machine. Like the fifteen cars that preceded it, a K-Code 289/271 small-block powered this Shelby Mustang. In reality, it probably had far more power than that since Shelby's small block Fords ...
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