Honda Announces Factory Support Program for Professional and Amateur Racers

Honda Announces Factory Support Program for Professional and Amateur Racers
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Honda Performance Development (HPD), a division of Honda that is behind motorsports activities like the company’s American Le Mans Series efforts, is launching a new program to help both professional and amateur racers. Dubbed Honda Racing Line, this new grassroots motorsports initiative will allow members access to HPD and OEM products, as well as certain… Continue Reading...

Report: New Corvette GT2 Racers to Make ALMS Debut at Mid-Ohio

Report: New Corvette GT2 Racers to Make ALMS Debut at Mid-Ohio
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Last year Chevrolet announced that it would retire its GT1 Corvette Racing team after dominating the class for close to a decade. In its place Chevy would run a lower-level GT2 team in a class that has become increasingly competitive. This year the GT1s still ran in the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) during the… Continue Reading...

Roger Penske Interested in Buying Saturn

Roger Penske Interested in Buying Saturn
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Roger Penske and Daimler Chairman Dr. Dieter Zetsche take a ride in a SMART car. Penske currently distributes SMART cars for Diamler in the U.S. and is rumored to be interested in purchasing Saturn from GM. A day after General Motors released a vague statement declaring that it is moving to “the next step” in… Continue Reading...

Sebring Surprise: Acura Tops Audi & Peugeot for Pole Position

Sebring Surprise: Acura Tops Audi & Peugeot for Pole Position
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Can a gasoline engine best a diesel one in endurance racing? It can during qualifying, as Acura proved by claiming the pole for the 12 Hours of Sebring race, set to take place tomorrow. Scott Dixon shocked pretty much everyone on Thursday by piloting the de Ferran Motorsports Acura ARX-02a to the pole with a… Continue Reading...

Nissan Announces Racing Initiatives for 2009

Nissan Announces Racing Initiatives for 2009
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Despite all of Nissan’s troubles, the company isn’t shying away from motorsports for 2009, with four factory backed cars running in Japan, as well as several privateer teams running in Japan, China, South Africa and even in Europe. “Motorsports is an important part of Nissan’s strategy for building a strong brand with consumers who share… Continue Reading...

Larry Miller, Owner of Miller Motorsports Park, Dead at 64

Larry Miller, Owner of Miller Motorsports Park, Dead at 64
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Caption/Credit: Larry Miller Leans on a Ford Mustang at the Miller Motorsports Park (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret Morning News) While Larry H. Miller might be better known as the owner of the Utah Jazz Basketball organization, auto aficionados know him for creating the Miller Motorsports Park. Miller died on Friday due to complications due to… Continue Reading...

Corvette GT1 Championship Edition: Coupe, Convertible or Z06

Corvette GT1 Championship Edition: Coupe, Convertible or Z06
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Built to celebrate the tremendous success Corvette has had in racing over the past decade, General Motors has announced the launch of the GT1 Championship Edition. The GT1 Championship Edition Corvette will come with racing inspired graphics, including driver flags and the series championships. The car is available in either black or Velocity Yellow, with… Continue Reading...

Set your Tivo: Audi’s “Truth in 24″ to air on ESPN

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Assuming you just watched the above trailer, we’re sure you’re as excited as we are to view the full 96 minutes of Audi’s efforts to clinch yet another victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The documentary will air on ESPN from 8 p.m. till 10 p.m. on Friday, March 20 – the day… Continue Reading...

LA Auto Show: Spyker C8 Laviolette LM85

LA Auto Show: Spyker C8 Laviolette LM85
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Think of it as Spyker’s version of a Porsche GT3. Unveiled at the LA Auto Show, this stripped down special edition of the Spyker C8 Laviolette weights just 2,805 lbs and makes a significant 400hp thanks to its Audi-sourced 4.2-liter V-8. Spyker claims this is good for a 0-60 mph sprint of 4.5 seconds (which… Continue Reading...