Donald Trump appears to be in the fast lane, on his way to a Republican presidential nomination. But one specially modified Lamborghini could get him there even quicker. Continue Reading...
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Kia knows what the people of SEMA really want: beer and lots of it. So the Korean automaker brought us this mobile bar in the form of a Sedona minivan. Continue Reading...
The Mazda Miata and MX-5 have a long, impressive history when it comes to motorsports and the Japanese automaker is looking to continue that tradition with the next generation MX-5. Continue Reading...
With the success of the MX-5 Cup series, it was only a matter of time until Mazda unveiled a new Cup car based on the fourth-generation MX-5. Continue Reading...
It’s going to be a great weekend getaway to the racetrack. Continue Reading...
When Skip Barber decided it was time to retire from professional racing in the 1970s, he had a radical idea. What if aspiring racers were coached just like any other athlete? Although this is a no-brainer today, in the 1970s it was not a popular belief as many still thought racing talent was born, not… Continue Reading...
The American Le Mans Series (ALMS) is fading into the sunset after a decade and a half of high-octane competition. Starting next year it will cease to exist as it does today; it’s merging with the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series. But it’s not too late to stock up commemorative ALMS memorabilia. Continue Reading...
Land Rover’s new Range Rover Sport crested Pikes Peak in 12 minutes and 35.61 seconds yesterday to claim a new record. Continue Reading...
There is a racetrack northeast of Toronto, Ontario, Canada that is steeped in history. Formerly known as Mosport (pronounced Mo-sport, not Moss-port), Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP) is a rare track in that it’s barely changed in configuration since the first race was held on the 810-acre property in 1961. Continue Reading...
Unconventional to say the least, Lexus pitted its LFA Nurburgring Edition supercar against an Eclipse 500 jet in a race yesterday. Continue Reading...
Auto enthusiasts probably know the airplane versus supercar schtick pretty well at this point. It’s old hat. Or is it? Continue Reading...
Despite the information leaking early, as it so often does, the MINI JCW GP was just officially released, confirming the specifications that leaked yesterday. Continue Reading...
Toyota‘s TMG EV P002 caught many people’s attention when it debuted in its full livery prior to this weekend’s event. Powered by two axial-flux motors, it packs nearly 470-hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. Continue Reading...
Toyota’s Pike Peak Hill Climb car has already stirred up its fair share of interest. The electric racer is now testing in full livery in preperation for the race this Sunday. Continue Reading...
Chances are a burnout is pretty far from the picture when you think of a hybrid, but in this case speed is the name of the game. Last friday we posted a story about a teaser video featuring the Porsche Panamera S Hybrid titled “World’s Fastest Full Hybrid,” but just when you thought the message was… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen won’t be competing in the 2012 Dakar Rally, but the company will still provide support vehicles to event organizers. For the third year in a row, the company will provide 40 vehicles including 30 Amarok pickup trucks. Despite not competing, those trucks have to be tough enough to handle anything the course can throw… Continue Reading...
Circuit of the Americas is halting of the Formula One circuit in Austin, Texas, effective immediately. The organizers came to this decision after they didn’t receive a contract to assure that the Formula One United States Grand Prix will be held at their venue. “We have spent tremendous resources preparing for the Formula One and MotoGP… Continue Reading...
Maybe you can’t choose between the 23 different Porsche 911 variants currently listed on the German automakers website. Maybe none of them suit you perfectly. Well there is some good news, add a twenty-fourth variant to that list. Brumos Porsche of Jacksonville, Florida, confirmed today that five rare, factory-built 911 Carrera GTS B59 Edition Coupes… Continue Reading...
In this 14 minute video, Audi takes the viewer through all that goes into competing and winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans race. The video takes an in depth look into the all-new sophisticated R18 TDI race car and all the people working for the Audi racing team. The video is very entertaining whether hearing from… Continue Reading...
Porsche has released a unique application called the Porsche 360° app for the iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. This app allows for an up-close driving experience without actually sitting inside one of the sports cars. The app allows users to ride shotgun, alongside Porsche driver Jeroen Bleekemolen for a lap around the Zandvoort circuit. While in… Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi is becoming much more aggressive regarding future EV sales in its home market of Japan. Currently Mitsubishi’s i-MiEV sells for 3.98 million yen which equals $49,200. Government subsidies bring the price down a million yen equalling $36,900. The i-MiEV’s chief rival, the Nissan Leaf costs 3.76 million yen which equals $46,500 before subsidies and is… Continue Reading...
Subaru’s version of the Toyota FT-86 front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports coupe will finally debut at this December’s Tokyo Auto Show. Toyota will sell its version as a Scion in the U.S. As for the Subaru model, well, according to the latest reports, there won’t be a powerful, turbocharged STI version. Subaru has planned to produce… Continue Reading...
The Romanian racing company Dacia famous for winter racing has joined Renaultsport, and a number of independent firms to build the Dacia Duster. The “No Limit” race car driven by Jean-Phillipe Dayraut was built for the Unlimited class at Pikes Peak. In this class, there are essentially no restrictions placed on a car’s specifications. In… Continue Reading...
The Reagan Library located in Simi Valley, California, will debut an exhibition on May 27th called Start Your Engines: American Race Cars at the Reagan Library. This exhibit will feature race cars and other racing memorabilia. This exhibit will be featured at the Reagan Library, because of the former President’s interest in racing. The exhibit will run… Continue Reading...