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Remembering Maria De Villota, The Only Woman To Die By A Formula One Car

On Oct. 11, 2013, Spanish racing driver Maria de Villota made history when she became the first woman to die as a result of a crash in a Formula One car. Today, nearly a decade after her passing, we want to take the time to remember de Villota for her str

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How A Lincoln Continental Used By Martin Luther King Jr. Was Almost Left For Ruin

As the United States celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. today as the country has for the past five decades, it’s difficult to believe an automotive artifact related to his death was left to languish in a field. The 1966 Lincoln C

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Lexus Shows a Pair of Bronzy NX PHEV 'Offroad' Concept Vehicles

Lexus explores the outdoors with a pair of rugged-looking off-road-style vehicles at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

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'Ferrari: 75 Years' Celebrates the Marque's Historic Milestone

This book tells the story from the first Ferrari in 1947 to the present day.

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