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Take The Virtual Petersen Automotive Museum Pre-War Vault Tour

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This is a nice way to walk through automotive history from home.

Thanks to the coronavirus scare and subsequent social distancing measures, gearheads have seen many events and venues cancelled throughout the world. Plenty of places are still closed down, including the Petersen Automotive Museum, which has been a fantastic job of releasing interesting videos regularly. This time we get to go on yet another partial tour of the Vault, only we’re seeing pre-war cars like Bugattis.

In case you don’t know, the Petersen Automotive Museum started off as a department store which went out of business. The underground parking levels have been converted into a storage area for cars not on display inside the museum at that time. Before the whole coronavirus thing, you could pay a pretty hefty sum to go through the Vault on a guided

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Go On A Virtual Tour Of The Roush Garage

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Attention all Mustang lovers: you’re going to want to see this.

The Roush name is legendary in the automotive world and holds a special place in the hearts of Ford Mustang enthusiasts. This alone makes a virtual tour of the Roush Garage by Jack Roush Jr. a real treat, especially when so many are still cooped up inside their home. This experience has been graciously provided by Petersen Automotive Museum, which has really been stepping up its video content since the whole COVID-19 situation got out of hand.

Go On A Virtual Tour Of The Roush Garage

In the Roush Garage are over 100 cars and each one is incredible. Of course, Jack Roush Jr. can’t spend time with all of them, considering the video is short of 16 minutes long. It could easily have been an hour or more and

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Virtual Le Mans 24 in association with Motorsport Games announced

A virtual Le Mans 24 Hours will be staged on the original 13/14 June date of the race prior to its postponement to September by the coronavirus pandemic.

Organised by the FIA World Endurance Championship, Le Mans organisers the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and Motorsport Games, the 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual will feature a 50-car entry consisting of LMP2 and GTE machinery, with four-driver teams made up of a mix of professional drivers and Esports racers.

All entries will be required to run at least two professional drivers with an FIA international license, and no more than two Esports drivers in a team.

WEC CEO Gerard Neveau explained in a briefing that over 30 applications have already been submitted for the event, which will be staged on the rFactor 2 platform rather than Forza Motorsport used for the Le Mans Esports Series.

Entries will include teams from

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