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Thomas Salzano Picks Top 5 Racing cars of All Times

Accelerator floored, the world around whizzing around in a blur, and adrenaline shooting up in the veins. This is how Thomas Salzano, a New Jersey based expert hairstylist, traveler, photographer and blogger defines his experience of driving Porsche 911 Turbo S, a car that needs no introduction.

Racing cars are not just a thing of beauty to look at, Thomas Salzano remarks. Having made it behind the wheels of many racing cars, Thomas picks the top 5 racing cars that he absolutely fell in love with.

Mercedes Benz 300 SLR

2981cc, making 310bhp @ 7,400 rpm, burning high-octane gasoline, the 300 SLR won the 1955 Mille Miglia and became the most beautiful racing car of all times.

Audi Sport Quattro S1 E2 

The 2.1 liter turbocharged monster punching 470HP, S1 E2 by Audi dominated the rally tracks in the 80’s. The five cylinder engine pumped close to 600 HP before class B rallies were closed for good. The monster became every racecar enthusiast’s favorite, a racing icon forever.

Porsche 911 Turbo S

A true adrenaline gushing, road crushing monster, Porsche 911 Turbo click 0-60 mph in a matter of 2.8 seconds! The 3.8 liter, 400 HP engine under the hood does the trick.

Ford GT40

The times were when Ferrari ruled the endurance racing circuit, and Ford’s attempt to purchase Ferrari failed. The anger was channelized well, and Ford decided to overturn Ferrari’s endurance racing throne.

The result: Ford GT40, a 4.9 liter engine for Mark I was replaced by a bigger, 7.0 liter V8 engine. Needless to say, LeMans became Ford GT40’s home turf for the coming years, and Ferrari learnt a lesson.

McLaren M4/4

1988 was the time when McLaren MP4/4 entered the Formula 1 circuit, and the beauty to behold won 15 out of 16 races it participated in.

Racing cars have a thing about them, you can’t help but become an excited child when you see one. That’s the feeling Thomas Salzano gets whenever he hears an engine roaring in a race.

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