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May 12

Steve McQueen’s ’67 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 for sale

(The "King of Cool" originally purchased this '67)

The “King of Cool” originally purchased this ’67 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 which is expected to fetch a multi-million sum at the auction block this summer. (Photo courtesy RM Auctions)

Need a great escape from everyday passenger cars? This 1967 Ferrari was bought original by actor Steve McQueen, famous for his roles in movies such as “Papillon,” “The Great Escape” and “Bullitt.”

McQueen had the car painted from silver to red, but otherwise the car has been fully restored and certified by Ferrari Classiche, and is currently displayed at the Museo Ferrari.

May 12

Video: Scott Sharp Visor Cam at Mazda Raceway

Visor cams are becoming ever more popular in premier motor racing series now, with fans enjoying the surreal driver’s-eye perspective that the cameras provide.

The TUDOR Championship was quick to jump onboard, with Scott Sharp taking the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in the Extreme Speed Motorsports No. 1 HPD ARX-03b.

May 12

Formula 1: Alonso unhappy with pace of Ferrari

Fernando Alonso in Parc Ferme after qualifying for the Spanish GP. (Photo: Andy Hone/LAT Photographic)

Fernando Alonso in Parc Ferme after qualifying for the Spanish GP. (Photo: Andy Hone/LAT Photographic)

Fernando Alonso gave the Spanish crowd something to cheer on Sunday when he chased down and passed teammate Kimi Raikkonen to finish sixth, but the result was far below the expectations of both the former champion and his fans.

Alonso, who ran a three-stop strategy, was 87 seconds behind winner Lewis Hamilton at the flag.

May 12

IndyCar: Carbon-fiber helmet strip ‘tested’ in Indianapolis crash

A carbon-fiber strip on the top of Martin Plowman's helmet helped the Brit get through the opening lap wreck at Indianapolis. (Photo: Geoffrey Miller/LAT Photographic)

A carbon-fiber strip on the top of Martin Plowman’s helmet helped the Brit get through the opening lap carnage at Indianapolis. (Photo: Geoffrey Miller/LAT Photographic)

Rookie Martin Plowman tweeted a scary image after the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis.

The No. 41 A.J. Foyt Enterprises car may have made it through the opening lap carnage in Indianapolis unscathed, and the Brit was able to drive it home to an 18th place finish. His helmet, however, tells a different story.