The beginning of every Le Mans race up until the 1960s began with a dangerous, and sometimes fatal, tradition. Find out about the driver who protested this practice and, in doing so, changed the course of the race.
Initially it was nothing more than a challenging, 950-mile, off-road trail mapped-out by a legendary biker. It was a dusty and desolate path that led down the length of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. Learn more in this video.
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the second oldest auto race in the United States. Find out why The Race to the Clouds continues to be one of the most dangerous and unpredictable races in the world.