It was a battle between Corvettes, Ford GTs, Ferrari, Lambos, and Porsches at the Virginia International Raceway (VIR). These are the same high-end race cars that compete at Le Mans and Daytona. Richard Petty, the event's Grand Marshall, called out "Drivers start your engines," and the race was on. Read More.
It was an all '50s Chevy weekend for the 3rd annual Tri-Five Nationals in Bowling Green, KY. More than 2,700 1955, 1956, and 1957 Bowties traveled from all parts of the U.S. to share their passion for these iconic classics. It was non-stop action on the show field and on the drag strip. Read More.
The National Street Rod Association is celebrating its 48th Annual Nationals at the Kentucky Exposition Center August 3, 4, 5, & 6. More than 11,000 classics, including vehicles from the '50s, '60s, and '70s, are expected to roll into Derby Town USA for this 4-day extravaganza. Read More.
It was mountain top racing at 3,700 feet for the 3rd annual Virginia Half Mile Shootout. Over 150 go-fast cars roared down the runway of Ingalls Field Airport located near Hot Springs, VA. There were no speed limits or noise restrictions. Read More.
The auction hall in Greensboro, NC known as "The Place," was packed full of classics, including gems from the '50s, muscle cars, and trucks. In three days of rapid fire bidding, from July 27 through July 29, these cars (560 in all) rolled across the auction stage in the hopes of finding new homes. Read More.
It was Mopar, or no car, at the 26th annual Carlisle Chrysler Nationals, held at the fairgrounds in Carlisle, PA. Here, 2,700 wild-colored new and vintage five-point-star vehicles dotted the landscape. Plus, across the street, the Hurst Nationals showcased 200 Hurst-branded vehicles. Read More.
If you were looking for the perfect post-4th of July celebration, your search ended at the 20th annual Goodguys PPG Nationals. This 3-day event, which started on July 7, showcased more than 6,500 Rods, Customs, Classics, Muscle Cars and Trucks thru '72. Read More.