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Inside the 59: The Brumos Collection
The legendary American racing icon presents its video series “Inside the 59”! Series covers the rich brand history, the world-class restoration of historic race cars and provides a behind-the-scenes experience of one of America’s finest automotive museums.
The meticulous piece-by-piece process of reviving an extremely rare 1925 Bugatti Type 35 racecar is documented in this episode.
The dual overhead camshaft engine (DOHC) has had a profound impact in high-performance motor development, as evidenced by the pivotal role it has played in three historic racecars featured in this episode.
The use of emerging technologies in the planning and development of Porsche’s legendary 959 and 918 supercars as well as the profound impact it has had on production vehicles is documented in this episode.
Enjoy this bonus episode that features the Keen Project's Car #12.
The Brumos Collection opened in January, a magnificent 35,000 square-foot interactive museum is dedicated to the technology, innovation, and historical significance behind some of the world’s finest automobiles. Home to more than three dozen rare, historically acclaimed race and collector cars, the facility has been closed to the public since March, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With five overall victories at the Rolex 24 at Daytona, three at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and two at the 12 Hours of Sebring, Haywood is credited with the 1988 Trans-Am title, two IMSA GT Championship titles and 23 wins, three Norelco Cup championships, a SuperCar title and 18 IndyCar starts.
In fitting tribute to his four-decade partnership with Brumos, the Collection is highlighted by displays of Haywood’s most famous race cars. In addition, a trove of championship trophies and memorabilia tracing Haywood’s brilliant career is showcased at the Collection.
From the moment guests enter the grounds, carefully crafted design details honor auto racing history. The guard rails along the roadways are reminiscent of the guard rails you would have found racing along the tracks of a bygone era; a board track walkway leads to the building entrance, and the surrounding brickwork pays tribute to the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway “Brickyard.”
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