1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL W 194 Carrera Panamericana
1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL W 194 Carrera Panamericana

Top 20 Most Popular Stories of 2014

Top 20 Most Popular Stories of 2014 on Sports Car Digest 6-10 (click photo for story)

1957 OSCA 372 FS
6. Tour Auto Rally Report and Photo Gallery – Julien Mahiels’ 314-image gallery from the 23rd Tour Auto Rally, a retrospective of the Tour de France Automobile race staged over the best roadways in France.
1959 Ferrari 250 TR59/60 Fantuzzi Spider
7. Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance Photo Gallery – Tim Scott’s 328-image gallery from the Tour captured the otherworldly selection of cars and views from the companion rally to the Pebble Beach Concours.
1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza
8. Hampton Court Palace Concours Report and Photo Gallery – Tim Scott’s 465-image gallery from the third annual Concours of Elegance, held this year at the historic Hampton Court Palace situated on the Thames in London.

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1951 HW Alta 2000 Sport
9. Mille Miglia Picture Gallery – Julien Mahiels’ follow-up gallery from the Mille Miglia retrospective featured the great field of 435 historic automobiles built between 1927 and 1957, including several unique vehicles like the HW Alta 2000 Sport seen here.
Sir Stirling Moss behind wheel of the Mercedes-Benz W 196
10. Goodwood Festival of Speed Report and Photo Gallery – This perennial favorite stumbled mightily in 2014, dropping out of the Top Three for the first time since 2009. Nevertheless, Tim Scott’s 380-image gallery from the Lord March’s annual Goodwood hill climb was still a stunner.

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  1. Pretty TF but the colours are all wrong…way too bright a red for an MG T series colour, and the dashboards were all done in TAN as were the steering wheels done light brown too. MG red was more the colour of dried blood.

    Wombat

    1. Not sure which TF you are referring to, but I never saw any original red T series MG paint that wasn’t oxidized to a dead shade that approximated a scab. Texas sun was not kind to English paint.

  2. Thanks, SCD, for giving me – already – many hours of entertainment in the New Year. Not sure my wife is so grateful.