It's no surprise that historic racing often relies on traditional techniques. Even with the increasing level of competition, some old crafts, such as fabricating and panel beating, remain crucial. But modern approaches can also play an important role.
KW Heritage, which was officially launched in 2018, is the classic vehicle engineering division of high-performance engineering company KW Special Projects. It aims to use cutting-edge technology to help restore and maintain historic machinery and has already been involved in several motorsport projects.
A year and a half after it was originally scheduled, this weekend’s 78th Goodwood Members’ Meeting honours key figures from the circuit’s history, including the likes of Stirling Moss, Dan Gurney and Gerry Marshall
From a famous land-speed special to an Indianapolis 500 frontrunner, restorer and racer Geraint Owen has a fascination for making old machines work
The Imps of George Bevan became famous in British Saloon Car Championship competition during the early 1970s. Thanks to the efforts of a small band of enthusiasts, including Bevan's grandson Jonathan, one of the ex-Bill McGovern title winners has recently returned to the race track
After a year's enforced absence due to the pandemic, the Goodwood Revival Meeting returns this weekend for the 23rd in a series that transports fans to a bygone era of motorsport. Here's 10 reasons why you should check it out
OPINION: Last weekend's Silverstone Classic was another reminder of the joys of dusting off racers from days gone by. But while it might not be obvious, the historic racing world has the potential to play its part in our futures – on and off track
Against all odds, the series for V12-powered Superleague Formula cars adorning the liveries of football clubs earned a place in the hearts of many. Even 10 years on from its last race, on this day in 2011, it is fondly remembered by those who were part of it
Castle Combe to honour Aston Martin's 1959 Le Mans win
Oulton-winning Brabham F1 car returns to track for Gold Cup