NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick also owns a booming vintage car business and he’s been known to buy and sell the best of the best in classic muscle cars. Hendrick is selling more than 20 cars at the 43rd annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction and he’ll doubtless be buying a few as well.
More than two weeks after Michael Schumacher was placed into a medically induced coma, multiple German papers reported Thursday that doctors fear the racing champion “could be in a coma forever.”
Schumacher injured himself in a Dec. 29 skiing accident in the French Alps. He was taken to Grenoble University Hospital in France, where he was placed into the coma.
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A weird case of déjà vu for Cole Seely in Phoenix as Jason Anderson made another last-lap pass to take away a victory and diminish a dominant performance.
Each week, The Power Rankings will recognize the movers and shakers in Monster Energy Supercross. Thanks to his last-lap aggression for the second straight week, Anderson retains his spot atop the rankings.
Oklahomans John and Hayden Groendyke of Groendyke Transport specialize in collecting Auburn/Cord/Duesenberg Classics. But a few years ago, Hayden was bitten by the Hot Rod bug. The result is this stunning Marmon V16 fenderless low-boy roadster, conceived as a father/son project. There was no overriding reason to build it…essentially, the Groendykes just wanted to see if it could be done.
Hayden started by contacting his father’s pal, Richard Atwell, who offered up a stack of rare 1931 Marmon parts: 145-inch wheelbase frame, front and rear axles, semi- elliptic springs, hydraulic shock absorbers, 16-inch drum brakes, steering box, steering column and steering wheel. The 3-speed synchromesh transmission, driveshaft and, of course, the magnificent V16 engine are also Marmon.