gearheads and monkeywrenches

cars and the adventures on which they take us
amjayes:

"Only God can help you." - Niki Lauda on the safety level of the Nordschleife before the 1976 accident.

amjayes:

"Only God can help you." - Niki Lauda on the safety level of the Nordschleife before the 1976 accident.

topgearmagazine:

The Ferrari Enzo, Ferrari F40, F50 & Ferrari 288 GTO for TopGear-Magazine

amjayes:

"Only God can help you." - Niki Lauda on the safety level of the Nordschleife before the 1976 accident.

amjayes:

"Only God can help you." - Niki Lauda on the safety level of the Nordschleife before the 1976 accident.

amjayes:

"Without any doubt my best drive was at Monaco in ‘61. The race was 100 laps at that time, and lasted three hours. I was on the limit all the way, and I think Stirling was too. He and I were first and second in qualifying, and in the race we got three seconds under that! Believe me, when you did well against Stirling, you knew you’d really done something; he was the greatest I ever saw by a long way."- Richie Ginther

amjayes:

"Without any doubt my best drive was at Monaco in ‘61. The race was 100 laps at that time, and lasted three hours. I was on the limit all the way, and I think Stirling was too. He and I were first and second in qualifying, and in the race we got three seconds under that! Believe me, when you did well against Stirling, you knew you’d really done something; he was the greatest I ever saw by a long way."- Richie Ginther

itsawheelthing:

Ferrari Friday … porte-bagageNiki Lauda, Ferrari 312T2, 1977 Monaco Grand Prix

itsawheelthing:

Ferrari Friday … porte-bagage

Niki Lauda, Ferrari 312T2, 1977 Monaco Grand Prix

itsawheelthing:

Ferrari Friday … what we miss … racing line photographersLorenzo Bandini, Ferrari 312/67, 1967 Monaco Grand Prix

itsawheelthing:

Ferrari Friday … what we miss … racing line photographers

Lorenzo Bandini, Ferrari 312/67, 1967 Monaco Grand Prix

amjayes:

"Jean was a man you had to respect because he would always have a go. If you passed him you couldn´t just think about catching the next guy, you had to worry about him trying to take you back. He was always fair, too — I mean, he wasn’t about to say ‘After you’, but he’d never do a Farina on you!" - Sir Stirling Moss on Jean Behra

amjayes:

"Jean was a man you had to respect because he would always have a go. If you passed him you couldn´t just think about catching the next guy, you had to worry about him trying to take you back. He was always fair, too — I mean, he wasn’t about to say ‘After you’, but he’d never do a Farina on you!" - Sir Stirling Moss on Jean Behra