Saturday, October 7, 2017
The 1960’s was a decade of change, and Formula 1 was no exception. Engines were moved to the rear of the cars and wings were added to reduce downforce. The 1970’s brought F1 ground effects and tobacco sponsors. See the evolution of F1 cars at the Art in Motion 2017 Race Car Concours. How else could we describe an exhibit of cars once piloted by immortals like Niki Lauda, Hans Stuck and Jochen Mass? Racing legends Danny Sullivan, Brian Redman and Tommy Kendall will exercise these cars on the 4.1 mile road course that surrounds the show field. If your taste for power runs more toward carbon kevlar, magnetic fields and kinetic energy, we have those, too. Modern supercars like the Aston Martin Vulcan and the Porsche 918 will be on the track.
The sport of Rallying has yet to go mainstream in the U.S., but the organizers of Art in Motion travel the world in search of unpaved roads. See their cars and listen to their stories. You’ll be ready to pack your compass and head for the unknown.
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