Even by the early age of 17, Patrick Long’s talents as a driver were undeniable and had caught the attention of competitors and prospective race
Jeff Zwart is nothing short of a modern day renaissance man. He’s shot numerous campaigns throughout his career as both a photographer and as a
For the last twelve years, Marco has been focused on sports car racing after graduating from karting and Formula 3, and has been competing behind
Jeff Zwart joins us for another recap. Over the last few weeks, Jeff Zwart has been testing and fine tuning the chassis dynamics of The
Every year for the last 25 years, on a small barrier island at the northernmost corner of the sunshine state, the soothing sound of crashing
Brian Redman’s remarkable racing career took place during one of the most exciting and truly treacherous periods in motorsport. It was an era where the
Peter Stevens is one of the world’s most well-known and respected automobile designers. Over the course of his career, he’s regarded within the industry as
Tony Hatter’s career at Porsche has spanned nearly 35 years, and to this day has been involved in some of the most formative projects in
Bobby Rahal is the second of three generations of racing drivers. His 18 year motorsport career includes noteworthy competition in multiple disciplines including Formula 1,
At the same time Hall & Oates were approaching the peak of fame in the mid 1980s, John Oates had a burgeoning racing career that
Either by osmosis or the ever-shifting tides of relevance, the upper echelon of the Porsche market has an insatiable appetite for the 904 Carrera GTS
With the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus came widespread cancellation and postponement of automotive events and gatherings throughout the world, along with the recommendation to keep distance between one another. It’s a challenging time for many indeed, and staying in touch with one another is paramount to maintaining one’s sanity.
After being discovered in a clandestine garage in Düsseldorf, Germany, this two-time Le Mans competitor comes to Road Scholars to be united with its new
From racing at Le Mans to being found in a garage after 40 years off the grid, Stephen Serio tells the fascinating story of how
During the Scottsdale auction week, we teamed up with Otto Car Club for an exclusive event with some of our closest friends and clients. Cocktails
The Changing Times of Lifestyle Marketing, Activations, and the Future of Concours The calendar year for automotive events has become action-packed. There is an event
Cam Ingram breaks down the difference between the M471 Sport vs the M472 Touring package.
The Agony and Ecstasy was a biographical film that came out in 1965 starring Charlton Heston as Michelangelo in the Age of Enlightenment. Heston delivers
Cam Ingram talks about the journey to Pebble Beach with the 1961 Porsche Carrera Abarth GTL Chassis #1008.
Bob Ingram speaks for the first time about the Durham fire, the state of the Ingram collection, and how grateful he is for the outreach of support from Durham and the entire Porsche community. (Video)
Our friend Carl Bauer from the “White Collection” stopped in to sit down with Charles Stanley – Part 2.
Over the years I have written several articles in which I have attempted to explain the difference between Concours restoration and other forms of automotive
Cam takes an iconic 1959 Carrera GT out to get ice cream before it gets shipped to its new home, reflects on past events and
Cam Ingram drives SC/GT – 1 of 6 (Chassis # 126955)
Photos by Brian Rozar As many of you know, my parents own the Ingram Collection. Perhaps it’s better known as the People’s Porsche Collection, as
Concours founder and chairman Bill Warner, along with his small dedicated team and 600 volunteers, pulled off another world-class event during the 24th annual Amelia
Our owner Cam Ingram and marketing director Charles Stanley break down why Speedster chassis number 5 is undergoing a full Road Scholars restoration.
Meet our Marketing Director and the newest member of Road Scholars, Charles Stanley! Charles is passionate about all things Porsche, so we put him behind
Well, another few auctions have come and gone and overall the results were consistent with late October early November weather, Cold and Damp. We will start with RM/Sotheby’s Porsche sale in Atlanta the take a quick peek at the Porsches for sale a separate Bonham’s auctions in Padua, Italy.
RM/Sotheby’s sale in Atlanta went much as expected with my partner Cam, and my colleagues Tim and Phil attending…
Well, gang it’s that time of year. Time for the continuing saga we call Monterey car week. Let the shit show begin.Lots of exciting happenings on the peninsula this year with the events stacked up. The week will kick of on Tuesday the 21st with the Concours on the Avenue, in Carmel, our favorite event. This show is awesome if you’re a car guy;
Well, it’s that time of year again and it was my first real outing after that year long vacation and all I can say is not much has changed with the exception of “The Speculators have left the building!” As I’ve been saying the collector car market hit its peak of speculation in 2016 and has been on a glide path down ever since…
The Porsche Speedster and Carrera models continue to drive the 356 blue chip market. Both these 356 models have become iconic, but for different reasons: the Speedster for it’s alluring minimalist styling cues, and the Carrera for its mythical four-cam engine performance attributes.
Video by Trey Devon
Highlighted custom features of the Road Scholars Cayman GTR
* Custom mixed BASF paint in “Burgundy” color – inspired by our 1949 Porsche 356 Gmund restoration
* 911 GT3RS front clip conversion
* Hand fabricated all metal “Wide Body” treatment to doors and quarter panels
* Custom made 1 of 1 rear bumper to fit widened quarter panels
* Shaved roof rails
* 2016 GT4 wing in carbon fiber
* GT3RS Cup Car front lip, hand-made in carbon fiber
“In the nascent days of car collecting, the established Concours d’Elegance events, such as Pebble Beach, praised cars that were restored to original spec. Many
Chances are if you’re reading this, you have acquired a classic car or two, now or in the past. There is one crucially important step