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In which million-dollar race cars turn up to compete for glory on California's vaunted racetrack.

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The Quail Isn't Just a Car Show: It's a Lifestyle

And if you look closely, between the trays of hors d'oeuvres and champagne flowing like water, there's even a couple of cars.

See Who Won Big At The 2016 Quail Motorsports Gathering

100 years of BMW and 50 years of the Lamborghini Miura make for a colorful show.

Watch a Porsche 962 Lap Mazda Raceway From the Driver's-Eye View

Chip Robinson's son drives the 30-year-old race car at the 2016 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion.

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Your go-to guide for all things Monterey.

Here's Every Major Winning Ford GT40 at Monterey Car Week

Spoiler: there are definitely more than you think.

The Most Interesting Cars That Raced at Monterey By the Decade

Their stories are as notable as the cars themselves.

The 1990s: Mazda's 787 Ongoing Success

From winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans 25 to Laguna Seca, a look inside its appeal.

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Adam Carolla is Giving Life to One of Racing's Treasures

Let comedian Adam Carolla tell you a bit about Paul Newman's heartthrob 300ZX.

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Balchowsky's 1959 Old Yeller II: The Junkyard Dog That Beat The World

Owner Ernie Nagamatsu keeps raw American power alive at the world's most prestigious events.

<p><strong>Sold for</strong>: <a href="http://www.goodingco.com/vehicle/1961-ferrari-250-gt-swb-california-spider-2/">$16.8 million in 2015</a></p><p>This Ferrari comes from an era when "California" evoked images of endless summer and drop-top weather: a dream for most of us. The lucky owner of the '61 250 GT California Spider is likely in a dream world of his own. Don't think of it as worth half as much as the 250 GT that sold for $38 million—envision this spectacular convertible as the smart-money investment.</p>
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100 years of the Ultimate Driving Machines.

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