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    The Roaring Season

    1. Hino Samurai


      Iíve long held a fascination for Japanese racing history. The rate at which Japanese technology progressed during the 1960s was quite incredible. The first Japanese motor race of note was the 1963 Japan Grand Prix, at Mt Fuji Speedway. Unlike ...
    2. Racing Mustangs Book


      This is one of the reasons I've not had a lot of time lately to dedicate to The Roaring Season.

      Racing Mustangs - An International Photographic History, is a book I wrote for UK publisher Veloce ...
    3. Tomy Drissi And The Chaparral Camaro


      I just love this video of racer Tomy Drissi taking his Chaparral Camaro for a blast around his local neighborhood streets, and even doing burnouts on the pad outside his building.
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    4. Begg FM5


      As I've had so little time to spend on The Roaring Season for several months, mainly due to writing an increasing number of motorsport books, I've instead decided to share one of the chapters from my most ...
    5. BL Rover P6 Group 2


      This is a Rover P6 prototype built by British Leyland to FIA Group 2 touring car regulations. This photo was snapped in 1970. Its V8 was built by Traco, stretched
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    6. Toyota 578A


      This is the incredible Toyota 578A Group 7 racer. Toyota developed and built the 578A in late 1969/1970 with the intention of competing in the Can-Am series.

      It ...
    7. Shadow MkI


      This is one of the craziest race cars ever built; the 1970 Shadow Mk1 Can-Am. It ran a 700hp fuel-injected big block Chevy and tiny 10 inch diameter wheels. The concept ...