Henri de Costier and Pierre Bussienne’s E.H.P. DS Grand Sport at Le Mans, 1926. They finished in eight place.
A photo of the winning Mercedes PP of Targa Florio, 1924. Christian Werner and co-pilot Karl Sailer became the first none-Italians to win the famous race.
Team Aquila Italiana at the 1913 Targa Florio.
The Grand Prix Automobile de France in 1912. The winner, Georges Boillot, photographed in his Peugeot.
The grid of the 1914 Grand Prix de France. This would be the last Grand Prix till after the war, taking place roughly one week after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, with 37 entrants from 14 manufacturers and 300 000 spectators.
#1 Alda of Ferenc Szisz (retired after being hit during a wheel change)
#2 Opel of Carl Jörns (finished 10th)
Ralph Mulfords Frontenac that he raced at the Indianapolis 500 in 1922.
The Bentley Speed Six of Sir Henry Birkin and Captain Woolf Babe Barnato at the 24 Heured du Mans in 1929. Bentley and the Bentley Boys dominated the race and finished in the top four.
A shot before the start of the Indianapolis 500, 1919. This was the first Indianapolis after the two year pause during the Great War.
An Alvis FWD at Le Mans, 1928. The car was driven by S.C.H. Davis and William Urquhart-Dykes. The finished in ninth.