Atlanta motorsports

Atlanta motorsports

Atlanta motorsports

Sports cars and motorcycles are known as the cornerstone of the American big-city open-air lifestyle


He’s had a hand in world championship-winning Formula 1 cars for Benetton, Renault and Mercedes, and was also a cog in the Schumacher-Ferrari axis. Having recently ‘moved upstairs’ as Mercedes chief technical officer, James Allison tells Stuart Codling about his career path and why being axed by Benetton was one of the best things that ever happened to him.

As the world emerges from the pandemic and people value going out and enjoying live experiences once again, it seems that Formula 1 is at the top of the wishlist. The US Grand Prix weekend at Austin had a record 400,000 spectators and this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix is also a sell-out, boosted by local hero Sergio Perez (known as Checo) now an established Grand Prix winner in a competitive car. (Source: www.motorsport.com)Red Bull’s development of its Formula 1 car has been nothing short of relentless this season, with new parts arriving at almost every race in the opening half of the campaign. (Source:ww.motorsport.com)))

An important part to the modifications of stock cars, was to increase the performance of the vehicle while also maintaining the same exterior look giving it the name Stock car racing. Many legends in NASCAR originated as bootleggers in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina like Junior Johnson. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Stock car racing is a set of vehicles that race over a speedway track, organized by NASCAR. While once stock cars, the vehicles are now purpose-built, but resemble the body design and shape of production cars. Bootleggers throughout the Carolinas are often credited for the origins of NASCAR due to the resistance during the prohibition. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

From 1946 to 1951 – for an entire generation of fans – Alfa Romeo’s works Grand Prix car – the immortal ‘Alfetta’ – set the gold standard. Through that period… (Source: www.motorsportmagazine.com The architect of Porsche’s sports car racing triumphs for 40 years, Norbert Singer joins us for a podcast to explore the company’s remarkable record of success (Source:www.motorsportmagazine.

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