Classic cars aren’t for everyone. They can be picky, finicky, and costly to keep on the road. Parts can often be hard to find, service can be difficult to source, and the experience as a whole can be an endeavor, to say the least. For Kevin Zimmermann, however, there was only one clear and obvious choice after his 2001 VW Polo GTi left him stranded one too many times.
We’re back with Part II of Peter Aylward’s pictorial coverage of the 2018 Goodwood Revival, an event that celebrates the golden era of motor racing. Few events offer such aesthetic envelopment, focusing every facet of its identity towards its theme and ethos. Be sure to check out Part I, and following that, more of Peter’s work on Instagram at @peteraylward and his website: www.peteraylward.co.uk.
Peter Aylward returns once again, this time with imagery from the 2018 Goodwood Revival, an event hosted exclusively racing machines from the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s, complete with attire and festivities to match. The event exists to revive the sights, sounds, and sensations of a time in motor racing that once was.
I first encountered Brandon Miller’s work nearly 15 years ago. Photos of his gorgeous white E34, perched atop AC-Schnitzer Type 3s and photographed beautifully beneath a bridge, are permanently embedded into my mind. The photos marked the start of years of back-and-forth between us, ranging from photography to cars and everything in between.
It’s Thursday, which universally signals the end of the week: we’re almost there, and we’re almost done. If you’re stateside, there’s a decent change you’re prepping for departure in anticipation of this weekend’s Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion: one of, if not the biggest vintage motorsports events in the country each year.