favorite roads

It’s the roads, not the vehicle that make the trip worth taking

This may seem strange coming from someone who has made his living for the past 30-plus years writing about cars, but while...

Our Favorite Roads

What’s your favorite road? I have several. The rest of our esteemed editorial staff have many stories to share as well. August...

The Laguna Seca Follies

For John Narigi, the new general manager of the Laguna Seca Recreation Area that includes WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, we must offer...

The very brief but still exclusive first drive

Kurt Antonius was not happy. The head of media relations for American Honda had invited a handful of editors from the buff-book...
Love of Cars

Livestream program provides a gathering place for car community

Considering that this could be a year for the car world “where we cannot be together,” McKeel Hagerty didn’t hesitate to provide...
board track

From the beach to the boards, we’ve raced cars in some very strange places

A delightful story arrived in my inbox recently. Headlined “The six weirdest places F1 has raced,” it was written by Ben Miles...
Notable High price

What are the highest priced cars on ClassicCars.com?

The collector car world has its gems and its projects. Out of pure curiosity we went looking at what are the most valuable cars...

The Journal Podcast: The History of the Journal

Tom has a conversation with ClassicCars.com Journal Founding Editor, Larry Edsall and Associate Editor, Bob Golfen. They discuss the founding of the Journal and...

Virus infects any record for recent coast-to-coast speed drives

In 1971, Dan Gurney and Brock Yates left the Red Ball Garage in New York City in a borrowed Ferrari Daytona and...

The time my 14-year-old daughter kept me from spending the night in jail

“Dad,” said Abby, my 14-year-old and youngest daughter. “If you go to jail tonight, where am I going to go?”