Author: Hector Cademartori (Hector Cademartori)

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How Peter Brock and John Morton Connected With Datsun

How Peter Brock and John Morton Connected With Datsun

Part 3 of the LACar #ExtravaganZa features the story of how two Datsun racing lore titans joined forces and produced incredible success. Tune in on WedneZday to follow along with our four-part ExtravaganZa series, celebrating 50 years of the Nissan Z cars! To see previous articles on the ExtravaganZa, click HERE! Peter Brock and John Morton...

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The Iconic Bob Sharp Racing 1975 Datsun 260Z

The Iconic Bob Sharp Racing 1975 Datsun 260Z

Enjoy part two of the LACar #ExtravaganZa with Datsun legend Bob Sharp as he details his adventures in his distinguished #33 Datsun 260Z GTU car. Tune in on Zunday to follow along with our four-part ExtravaganZa series, celebrating 50 years of the Nissan Z cars! To see previous articles on the ExtravaganZa, click HERE! Some individuals...

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Book Review: Nissan Z – 50 Years of Exhilarating Performance

Book Review: Nissan Z – 50 Years of Exhilarating Performance

The LACar #ExtravaganZa kicks off with Part 1: a fantastic book review that covers the semicentennial legacy of the performance-driven Nissan Z cars. Tune in on WedneZday to follow along with our four-part ExtravaganZa series, celebrating 50 years of the Nissan Z cars! To see previous articles on the ExtravaganZa, click HERE! Nissan Z –...

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The Speed Kings. The Rise and Fall of Motordrome Racing

The Speed Kings. The Rise and Fall of Motordrome Racing

Author Don Emde brilliantly depicts the famous Hemmingway quote in ‘The Speed Kings’: “There are really only three sports that matter: bullfighting, mountaineering and motor racing and that the rest are merely games.” LACar/com Book Review The Speed Kings. The Rise and Fall of Motordrome Racing By Don Emde Forward by Kenny Roberts Review By...

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Tesla.. and Mr. Musk

Hector Cademartori does great artwork, we all know that. When asked for his contribution for the LACOTD-article Hector created a great piece of art, as well as an article on his thoughts. A snippet of his thoughts were included in the LACOTD-article, but we figured his article deserves its own post. I’m not into electric...

 

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