You still have time to catch the New York Auto Show which closes this Sunday. Here's the list of cars which will interest race fans. The Marlboro display had the most race cars with four cars. They had cars representing Marlboro's four wins...
You still have time to catch the New York Auto Show which closes this Sunday. Here's the list of cars which will interest race fans.
The Marlboro display had the most race cars with four cars. They had cars representing Marlboro's four wins at the Indy 500. On display were the 1989 and 1993 Indy 500 winners driven by Emerson Fittipaldi. The 1991 Indy 500 winner, driven by Rick Mears was on display as was Unser Jr's car from last year. Mercedes also had a 1994 chassis on display to celebrate Unser's 1994 win at the Brickyard.,
Ford displayed Bill Elliott's McDonalds T-Bird. Chevy had Earnhardt's Monte Carlo as well as the number 3 Supertruck. Chevy also displayed the two pace vehicles for the races this year in Indianapolis. The Indy 500 Corvette and the pick up truck which will pace this year's Brickyard 400.
There were a pair of Ferrari 333SPs on hand. The #3 of the Perry Ellis team graced the Ferrari area while Momo displayed one of their team cars.
Honda has an older Lola Indycar chassis on display. The car is painted in Honda colors. This looks like the car that Honda used to display when they first announced their involvement in Indycar racing.
Nissan has the IMSA GTS car of Millen/O'Connell and Eagle is showing a Talon which ran in the SCCA World Challenge. And who could forget the 1968 Rambler that ran at Pike's Peak recently.
Ford is featuring its GT-90 as an exercise in high technology The . demonstration at the show tended to make one believe that this car is . meant for the road. However, this car looks like it's ready to take on . the WSC right now .
The New York Auto Show runs through Sunday April 23.