Michael T. Lynch and Ron Parravano (Tony's son) and William Edgar (John's son)  wrote "American Sports Car Racing in the 1950s"  featuring priceless information on big-time sports car racing in that formative decade.  To order the book CLICK HERE.
"Atlas" is an excellent Formula One site (now subscription, but worth it.  I subscribe).
"Barchetta" is a beautiful site and an excellent link for all of the interesting Ferraris and Maseratis.  I go here often.
"Bolide"  is a British online magazine devoted to historic cars & racing.  "Tam's Old Race Car Site" was their "Website of the Week" for the week starting March 26, 2001.
"Cavallino" magazine is a fine Ferrari source.  Read Michael T. Lynch's article on what LOOKS like a 4-liter GTO.
The Maserati Club's "Il Tridente" magazine features William Oosthoek's interviews of Bill Kimberly & Bill Krause, and the story of the Maserati Type 151 coupe.
"Harold Osmer is an award-winning author of three books devoted to Southern California auto racing history. His classic "Where They Raced" is a prime reference for anyone interested in the historical significance of this sport."   Find his books on his website.
Interesting articles here in the archive of Ferrari of North America's "Rosso Ferrari" magazine.
"Sports Car Market" is the complete guide to collecting classic, antique, sports, hot rods and muscle cars.  (I subscribe and read it cover to cover.  TM)
The "Talbot Lago Encyclopedia" is an exhaustive history of the marque in two-volumes.
"Vintage Motorsport" celebrates vintage racing machines, the people who built and drove them, the historic venues where all the action took place, and current vintage racing, rally, touring and concours events. 
"The Vintage Racer" is dedicated to the preservation of motor racing history.

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