We’re back with more 1970 SCCA Trans Am goodness. If “Road Racing… Detroit Style” was at all up your alley, there’s more where it came from. Today, we’re tuning in to some of the highest quality period content we’ve found, which follows the 1970 Trans Am season, through the highlights and spectacles that make it just as thrilling to watch 50 years later. As always… lights down, sound up.
As we continue further and further into the digital age, digital automotive art continues to rise in prominence amongst the automotive community. Digital renderings, profile vectors, and coffee shop sketches have all earned a place in the social feeds of automotive enthusiasts.
Most outside Australia won’t have heard of Winton Raceway. It’s never hosted a grand prix, it isn’t the birthplace of any forms of motor racing, and it certainly isn’t a place to mingle with “high society.” This little country Victorian track does, however, host its own humble Festival of Speed each year. It’s no Goodwood, but that’s what’s great about it.
While standing trackside, with camera in hand, I often find myself musing on races of the past.
I first discovered the car while mindlessly wandering through the internet, pounding in Mini-related search queries in a never-ending hunger for Mini photos for my archives. The little yellow Mini seemed to sit a little bit lower than the rest, and a local SoCal shop name was emblazoned on the windshield, but for years the car remained a mystery.