After a gruelling 24 hours of racing at the Green Hell, the number-9 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 from German team Black Falcon took the overall victory at the Nurburgring endurance classic.
This weekend, the Australian V8 Supercar Series heads to America for the first time in its storied history.
The 2013 World Challenge season is heading to the new Circuit of the Americas track in Austin, Texas this weekend and you can catch all of the action live streaming online.
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Honda will return to the world of Formula One racing for the 2015 season in partnership with McLaren, which will source its engines from the Japanese company.
BMW Performance Driving School instructor Johan Schwartz has set a new world record for drifting 51.278 miles in a new M5.
A record 92-car field will be competing in the Pirelli World Challenge at The Circuit of the Americas on May 17-19, 2013.
The Nissan DeltaWing partnership may have been discontinued, but that hasn’t stopped the Japanese automaker from bringing a new race car to life.
With 47 corners across almost 6.5 miles, the Crown Range in New Zealand is the country’s highest paved roadway at an elevation of 3,530 feet.
Michael Schumacher may be retired from Formula 1 racing, but that’s not stopping the new Mercedes-Benz ambassador from climbing back into the cockpit of an F1 car.
For the first time ever, the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb will be broadcast live streaming online thanks to the adrenaline junkies at Red Bull.
Signing on as the Partnering Sponsor for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Honda will run an unprecedented 10 models at this year’s race in numerous categories.
Subaru has released a new web series called “Launch Control,” giving viewers an in-depth look at the Subaru Rally Team USA and the Subaru PUMA RallyCross Team as they compete in the 2013 race season.
For the eighth straight year, Long Beach will play host to the Pirelli World Challenge as the race returns to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Only the GT and GTS classes will compete on the 11-turn, 1.968-mile street course.
Continuing to cement its involvement in motorsports, Mazda has announced it will be the official car of the Sports Car Club of America through 2015.
As the new Infiniti Director of Performance, Sebastian Vettel is keeping busy between racing and fine tuning Infiniti’s newest machines.
While Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz compete to become the top German luxury automaker in sales, the DTM race season is what allows all three to put their machines to the real test.
Before it ever hits the street, the Acura NSX will be competing for trophies on the race track, starting next year in Japan.
Well-known Porsche racing team TRG has made the switch to Aston Martin and in doing so has formed a partnership with the storied British brand to grow its enthusiast base in America.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Porsche, the German automaker has unveiled its latest 911 RSR race car which will be campaigned this race season by the Porsche AG Team Manthey works squad.
As part of an agreement with Grand-Am and IMSA, Germany’s impressive DTM racers will be lining up on the starting grid as soon as 2015.
Starting Thursday, March 28, Chevrolet will offer a limited run of NHRA-certified rolling chassis designed for drag racing.
The 2013 Pirelli World Challenge season kicks off today in St. Petersburg, Florida and for the fourth year in a row is part of a doubleheader weekend with the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg IndyCar race.
After announcing that it will return to Le Mans after a 35-year hiatus, Alpine-Renault has unveiled its N°36 race car that will make its track debut at the official European Le Mans Series (ELMS) test days at Paul Ricard, France, on March 26-27.