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The World of Speed Museum is Portland, Oregon’s motorsport mecca. Portland is known for many things — progressive politics, bike commuters, a brew pub/pot shop/coffee house on every corner, hipster overload, and of course, the TV series Portlandia, which mocked all of the above virtues with unerring accuracy. The region’s motorsports history, though, is less celebrated

Dayton, Ohio’s Forgeline Motorsports, the custom race wheel experts, have signed on as an official sponsor of the Pirelli World Challenge for 2018. Forgeline has decided to join the official sponsorship ranks because of their long-term involvement and commitment to the series, as well as the company's desire to grow with the event in the

East Bay Muscle Cars was founded on Steve Keefer’s insatiable desire for fast cars. A veteran mechanic for BMW, he learned the fine art of blending horsepower with precision handling and balance – a hallmark of the beasts from Bavarian Motor Works. When it came time to match his true passion (muscle cars) with his

What do you do when you have a 1964.5 Mustang that’s semi-restored and you start getting the itch for a gasser? You build a Mustang Gasser like Roger did. It’s a bit outside the box, and when we first heard about the build we weren’t sure if it could be pulled off correctly. [gallery link="file" columns="2"

Today’s Tuesday Time Capsule focuses on the 1993 Monterey Historics. It was a significant event in that it was the rebirth of one of history’s most powerful race cars (some would argue the most powerful ever) – Mark Donahue’s Penske Sunoco Porsche 917/30. This one car essentially killed the popular 1960s and 70s Can-Am series. The

Johnny Martin and Greg & Judy Hrehovcsik’s 1957 Chevy was named 2018 Ridler Winner last evening in Detroit. But it was not a smooth road on the way to revealing the winner. The event has one major rule to qualify to win the award: the vehicle must not have been shown in any completed form at