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Fans who want to drive the hillclimb course at Goodwood this year are getting some good news. Continue Reading...
Red Bull isn’t wasting time in finding Mark Webber’s replacement. Continue Reading...
Scion Racing will return for a second year to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb this weekend. Continue Reading...
For Ian Cook, there was only one way to remember Allan Simonsen, 34, who died during the 24 Hours at Le Mans last weekend. Continue Reading...
Sitting atop the podium for the 12 time, victory for Audi at the 24 Hours of Le Mans was different for one key reason this year: competition. Continue Reading...
Ready your pocketbooks and start your engines: Lamborghini just announced pricing for its North American gentleman driver’s series. Continue Reading...
Volvo could be the next marque to begin competing in the Australian V8 Supercars racing series. 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...
There will be a MINI in the Pikes Peak International hill Climb with with French driver Jean-Philippe Dayraut behind the wheel. Continue Reading...
Rumors that Gran Turismo 6 will be available for the PlayStation 3 this holiday season have just been confirmed. Continue Reading...
Global Rallycross (GRC) just announced that it will create the “Lite” class to make the sport more accessible to new and less-heavily-funded drivers. Continue Reading...
It probably isn’t the case for most, but a special few electric car owners think of their EVs as more than green lifestyle accessories. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Starting Thursday, March 28, Chevrolet will offer a limited run of NHRA-certified rolling chassis designed for drag racing. Continue Reading...
The all-electric racing series, Formula E, is finalizing it’s inaugural 2014 season with 8 cities chosen to host races, including L.A. and Miami. Continue Reading...
Nissan will announce details on February 26 surrounding its Nismo performance arm. Continue Reading...
It might sound strange, but a two-car effort aimed at the British GT Championship has been refused for being too fast. Continue Reading...
Based on the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, Erebus Motorsport unveiled the fourth and final car to compete in the Australian V8 Supercars series today. Continue Reading...
Nissan just cut ties with the DeltaWing race car project, which was never Nissan’s despite the car wearing its logo. Continue Reading...
Mazda just released the performance specifications for its 2014 race car powered by a modified version of the production 2.2-liter SkyActiv-D diesel engine. Continue Reading...
Global Rallycross Championship (GRC) might become more accessible to young racing teams thanks to a possible new class. Continue Reading...
It’s a chance to make your mark on racing history and to witness the whole thing in person. Continue Reading...
MINI will once again provide the cars for the X-raid team to defend its championship title from the 2012 Dakar Rally. Continue Reading...