From space dedicated to automotive and racing history, to memorabilia and even digital kiosks for a more interactive experience, The Brumos Collection is 35,000 square feet dedicated to the technology, innovation and historical significance behind some of the world's finest automobiles.
Between 1912 and 1914, Peugeot made a handful of race cars with the world’s first dual- overhead-camshaft engines—the ancestors of all high-performance engines to follow. In the early1900s, Peugeot’s race cars ruled the scene with some of the sport’s greatest drivers: Jules Goux, the first foreigner to win the Indy 500; Georges Boillot, first winner of the French Grand Prix; and Italian driving ace Paolo Zuccarelli. Of those early Peugeots, only two remain. Ours is one of them.
“It was a handful.” That was Hurley Haywood’s opinion of the Porsche 917/10, a formidable race car with a twin-turbocharged 1100 horsepower engine capable of over 200 miles per hour. Our 1972 Brumos Porsche 917-10 was the first to sport the now-famous white, red, and blue “Brumos sweeps.” Peter Gregg drove it in the 1972 Can-Am sportscar series, finishing ninth in the standings, topped by Hurley Haywood’s third-place podium finish in 1973.
Group and club tours are available with advanced booking based on availability. The Brumos team can provide assistance with planning, accommodating and programming events. Groups of more than 10 are asked to make direct arrangements.Book Group