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In this feature article HOT RAD takes a look at this big-block Sunbeam Tiger, which was built for road racing by Vintage Performance with a engine from a Mach 1 - Hot Rod Magazine

Road & Track Jan 1959 Vintage Car Magazine Corvette Goliath Tiger Racing Alvis

Road & Track Jan 1959 Vintage Car Magazine Corvette Goliath Tiger Racing Alvis

1925 Sunbeam Tiger - Sunbeam's 1925 Grand Prix engine had been a successful 2 litre straight-6 twin-overhead-cam. A pair of the same block and head arrangements, mated to a single 75° vee crankcase to produce a 3,976 cc V12. Supercharging brought the power up to 306 hp. On 16 March 1926, with little fuss and few spectators, the bright-red car set a new land speed record at 152 mph (245 km/h). In 1990, the now 65 year old Tiger re-created its record attempt, beating it at 159 mph (256 km/h)

1925 Sunbeam Tiger - Sunbeam's 1925 Grand Prix engine had been a successful 2 litre straight-6 twin-overhead-cam. A pair of the same block and head arrangements, mated to a single 75° vee crankcase to produce a 3,976 cc V12. Supercharging brought the power up to 306 hp. On 16 March 1926, with little fuss and few spectators, the bright-red car set a new land speed record at 152 mph (245 km/h). In 1990, the now 65 year old Tiger re-created its record attempt, beating it at 159 mph (256 km/h)

Nothing like flying through the air

Nascar and all the crashes that happen. Yes, I may be a girly girl, but when I watch a nascar race, im sooo into it!

Triumph flat tracker from Drags and Racing Motorcycles

At the recent EICMA show in Milan, there was an interesting Triumph flat tracker on display. Based on the current Triumph twin, it has the look of a classic Triumph from years ago.

This driver is hanging out the windshield opening of his race car to hold the throttle open after his linkage falls off on the last lap of a race in 1950.P.S.He finished third.

This driver is hanging out the windshield opening of his race car to hold the throttle open after his linkage falls off on the last lap of a race in finished third.

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