Robert Pirsig, 88, died yesterday at his home in Maine. Maybe you’ve never heard of him, but you’ve surely heard of his 1974 book, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle … More
“The day I got married he rolled in at the last minute, driving something exotic like a Porsche or something – loud and kicking up dust. He ran in and shook my … More
It might be safe to call Chris Amon the unluckiest man to ever race at the highest level of motorsport. He started his racing career in his native New Zealand w … More
Collector and publisher left his mark on the old car world
Those of us in the old car world just assumed Chet Krause’s first love was cars. It is because his K … More
So what if Prince’s “Little Red Corvette” wasn’t really about the legendary sports car? In our hearts, we’ll always believe that one American icon was simply si … More
Dick Guldstrand, a legend in the annals of the Chevrolet Corvette, died Sept. 2 at his motorsports shop in Burbank, Calif. He was 87.
Known as “Mr. Corvette” f … More
The classic car world has lost one of its staunchest champions with the death of Edward, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu. He was 88.
Though Lord Montagu was an a … More
It seemed like Ray Vallero was always at Vallero’s VW Werks, rebuilding Volkswagen engines, building race cars or just talking about cars. But his machine shop … More
Margaret Dunning, the car-loving centenarian who became something of a celebrity and earned the nickname “Belle of the Concours” after showing her 1930 Packard 740 Custom Eight Roadster in the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, has died. More
Automotive journalist and racer Denise McCluggage passed away May 6 at age 88. More