1970 Datsun 510

Vintage Race Car



Lancia Beta




Longer ratio 5th gear conversion

5e plus longue

Gear set for all Lancia Beta models (including Scorpion and Montecarlo). Reduces engine rpm by 700 for much quieter running, 15% less fuel and less wear.


Conversion pour toutes les Beta (y compris Scorpion et Montecarlo). Baisse de 700 tours du régime moteur: plus silencieux, 15% d'économie d'essence et moins d'usure moteur. FACILE À INSTALLER!

Info: Lancia 5th Gear





 Philippe Ramlot se passionne pour le cinéma et l'automobile. Son ouvrage Moteur... Elles tournent nous raconte l'histoire illustrée des Ferrari au cinéma. Chez Dreamland, éditeur.
Philippe Marlot nous informe aussi de ce qui suit:
L'espace automobile Matra, pour son exposition 2015, a choisi le cinéma comme fil conducteur. C'est en s'appuyant sur le livre de Philippe Ramlot  Moteur!...Elles tournent  que cette revue des mythiques italiennes est réalisée.
Dans les années 1970 Ferrari et Matra voient leur destin se croiser tant en F1 qu'aux 24 heures du Mans et ce y compris au cinéma avec Le pacha, Week end pour un champion , Le Mans avec Steve Mc Queen et Fangio, une vie à 300 à l'heure
Ferrari à l'affiche à Romorantin (41) du 17/04 au 15/11/2015.



The Golden Years of Motorsport in Eastern Canada and the U.S.A.

A photographic journey from the late 1950’s to the 1980’s, more than 2,000 images chosen from an astounding collection of some 40,000 photographs taken by Montreal-born photographer and racing enthusiast Lionel Brinbom.

From the early amateur racers from Quebec, Ontario and the US to the top F1 drivers. Photos you have never seen before.

Now on sale





The Last Open Road


The first of several entertaining novels by Burt Levy, recalling the time when automobile racing was in its enfancy in America. 









 The Art of Racing in the Rain

If you love dogs, you owe to yourself - and you dog - to read this novel. Auto racing comes as a bonus...

New York Times best-selling novel (to be made into a movie starring Patrick Dempsey)


“In Mongolia, when a dog dies, he is buried high in the hills so people cannot walk on his grave. The dog's master whispers into the dog's ear his wishes that the dog will return as a man in his next life. Then his tail is cut off and put beneath his head, and a piece of meat or fat is placed in his mouth to sustain his soul on its journey; before he is reincarnated, the dog's soul is freed to travel the land, to run across the high desert plains for as long as it would like.
I learned that from a program on the National Geographic channel, so I believe it is true. Not all dogs return as men, they say; only those who are ready.
I am ready.”


The 1000 Mile Dream, by Canadian author and motorsport enthusiast James Fontana


The Mille Miglia is to Italy what the Stanley Cup is to Canada nd what the FootballWorld Cup is to Brazil . Passion for the automobile and for racing is part and parcel of Italy's psyche. Those who witnessed the race run from 1927 to 1957 will never forget the experience. Those, like yours truly, who have witnessed the yearly re-enactment of the race still get goose bumps just talking about it. James Fontana does a wonderful job of conveying the passion of 'the most beautiful race in the world' (Enzo Ferrari).




Winning is not enough, by Sir Jackie Stewart

The autobiography of the triple world champion. The unknown physical handicap that made him such a remarquable sportsman and driver. His lonely quest for better safety for all race car drivers. A must read for racing and Formula 1 enthusiasts.