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Peter DeLorenzo has been in and around the sport of racing since the age of ten. After a 22-year career in automotive marketing and advertising, where he worked on national campaigns as well as creating many motorsports campaigns for various clients, DeLorenzo established on June 1, 1999. Over the years DeLorenzo's commentaries on racing and the business of motorsports have resonated throughout the industry. Because of the burgeoning influence of those commentaries, DeLorenzo has directly consulted automotive clients on the fundamental direction and content of their motorsports programs. DeLorenzo is considered to be one of the most influential voices commenting on the sport today.

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FUMES #459

August 20, 2008

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Publisher's Note: One of the pleasant surprises of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was its display of significant and otherwise noteworthy racing cars. Click here to see a gallery of some of the machines that caught our eye last Sunday. Fumes will be back. - PMD

Publisher's Note: As part of our continuing series celebrating the "Glory Days" of racing, we're proud to present another noteworthy image from the Ford Racing Archives. - PMD

(Courtesy of Ford Racing Archives)
Silverstone, England, March 30, 1969. Jackie Stewart gets ready for the start of the Daily Express Trophy Meeting - a non-championship Formula 1 race that always kicked off the racing season in England - with team owner Ken Tyrrell close by. Stewart would finish third that day in his Matra-Ford behind winner Jack Brabham (Brabham-Ford) and Jochen Rindt (Lotus-Ford). Other notable finishers were Jacky Ickx (Brabham-Ford) in fourth, followed by Piers Courage (Brabham-Ford), Bruce McLaren (McLaren-Ford), Graham Hill (Lotus-Ford), Pedro Rodriguez (BRM), Derek Bell (Ferrari) and Chris Amon (Ferrari).