Professional racing is a big money game today. Big corporate sponsors, Huge teams of people, in many cases, and a significant amount of investment in their cars, parts, and tools. So it's not surprising that teams today rely on the very latest in state of the art methods to transport their precious cargo. Most professional teams use large, fully enclosed stacker-style trailers, often with the full capabilities of a fully functioning small apartment inside, along with the cars and gear, of course.
Nowadays even amateur teams are often equipped with fully enclosed trailers with a healthy complement of features.
Clearly, this has not always been the case. This series of photos just goes to show how eclectic some of the historical slutions were, and just how far we've come.
We've broken up the collections in groups by type of racing. Enjoy.
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