When it comes to Jaguars, perhaps the most iconic of any racing car it has ever built was the Jaguar D-Type Works track car. The vehicle you see here is absolutely pristine and has the sort of provenance that makes it insanely expensive.Check It Out
One of the most famous names in all of motorsports is Stirling Moss. Moss drove many cars over his career with many of them winning events and setting records. One of the cars that Moss drove was this Aston Martin DB3S.Check It Out
Not everyone will get a chance to experience a major automotive Concours d’Elegance up close and personal. Fortunately, filmmakers Justin LaPriore and Alexander Liberman of Let’sMakeMedia have given us the next best thing, an outstanding look at what it’s like to experience the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, which takes place each Spring in Florida.Check It Out
Most people will never own a Porsche 911. But a 718? Forget about it. There were only 14 718 RS-61s ever made, and one owned by British racing icon Sir Stirling Moss is going to hit Bonham’s auction block this month at the UK’s Goodwood Festival of Speed and is expected to fetch around $3 million.Check It Out
My name is “Stirling” and I’m an automotive journalist. Needless to say, I feel an odd and almost certainly not reciprocated kinship with motorsport legend Sir Stirling Moss. Because of this, and because this car is awesome, I have a deep seatedCheck It Out
fetish love for the Jaguar D-Type and the XKSS that was derived from it.