New Zealand Classic Car 380, August 2022

It doesn’t get much more classic than the Porsche 930, and, with a tick over 50,000km on the clock, this has to be one of the most original and best-kept examples in the country.
We have another classic GT car in the Superperformance Brock Coupé. It was modelled after the coupé version of the Shelby Cobra, the Daytona, but a judge ruled its lines were so classic Shelby couldn’t claim it as his own.

We also take a look at a tasty Alfa Romeo 156 GTA, and profile a great collection of evocative auto art.

Motorman pays tribute to Len Southward’s vision in acquiring and restoring a titan of the early days of racing here, a Stutz that also competed in the 1915 Indianapolis 500.
In Motorsport Flashback, Michael Clark looks at the heyday of the Monaco circuit and says how lucky we are to have so many motor racing circuits here — just as the news came through that we are going to lose Pukekohe!