Datsun , Word of the Day , Bob Sharp Racing
Word of the Day: Bob Sharp Racing

Connecticut’s Bob Sharp Racing would give Datsun their first SCCA national championship in 1967 by winning the F Production race in a Datsun roadster.

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Triumph , Word of the Day , Group 44
Word of the Day: Group 44 Inc.

The look was unmistakable: white paint, green trim and a logo featuring a reversed pair of 4’s. Team uniforms were spotless. Group 44 Inc. helped raise the bar on car …

Triumph , Word of the Day , Group 44 , Kastner-Brophy Racing
Word of the Day: Kastner-Brophy Racing

Several factory-backed teams dominated the ’70s SCCA road racing scene, with Triumph employing two teams: Bob Tullius’s Group 44 Inc. in the east, and Kastner-Brophy Racing in the west.

BRE , Word of the Day
Word of the Day: Brock Racing Enterprises

After his stint with Shelby American, Peter Brock formed his own team: SoCal’s Brock Racing Enterprises.

Word of the Day , Onikyan , Demon Camber
Word of the Day: Onikyan

Onikyan is Japanese for demon camber. So much negative camber.

Word of the Day , Bippu , VIP Style
Word of the Day: Bippu

Bippu is all about VIP style: nearly zero ride height, a ton of negative camber and, generally, a luxury nameplate attached to a full-size, rear-drive chassis like a Toyota Crown …

Word of the Day , Takeyari
Word of the Day: Takeyari

Those tall exhaust pipes found on Kaido Racers and other Bosozoku-inspired cars have a name: Takeyari. Now you know.

Word of the Day , Kaido Racers
Word of the Day: Kaido Racers

The Kaido Racers–Japanese for highway racers, take their cues from Group 5 machines.

Word of the Day , Dekotora
Word of the Day: Dekotora

Meet the Dekotora, Japanese for decoration truck.

Subaru , Word of the Day , Fuji Rabbit
Word of the Day: Fuji Rabbit

The Fuji Rabbit beat the famed Vespa to market and helped mobilize a postwar Japan.

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