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BMW was tired of Porsche winning everything. This car changed that. Nearly 20 years later, we get behind the wheel of the GTR to see just how it works.
Great driver, great car, great track. Sit back and enjoy.
It also gets a new ECU, as well as improvements to the transmission and cooling systems. Oh, and also a pretty big price bump.
The all-woman W Series is tone deaf and does a disservice to talented racers, according to Lyn St. James and Cindi Lux.
A fluke, pre-race crash forced Allan McNish to make the drive of his life ten years ago at Road Atlanta.
With a little mechanical massaging, this 1.6-liter inline-four makes 220 naturally aspirated horsepower.
Club racing is truly great.
Nothing like a little boost to wake you up in the morning.
This thing is more flamethrower than car.
In a world obsessed with the "golden days" of motorsports past, the Sports Car Club of America has a compelling new program to draw in younger racers.
Some people may not like the looks, but when it comes to that flat-six roar, everyone should be on board.
Mobile computing sure has come a long way from a laptop with a built-in printer.
People often forget about Formula 5000. They shouldn't.
Did you have a long week? Either way, it's time to relax to the sounds of Daytona.
Less mufflers is always better.
Walter Rhrl told me this about the Porsche 935: "a car for men, not for boys. A little scary...a difficult race car with an experimental engine producing 700 horsepower." Roger that!
VW's Spanish brand Seat has a lot of testing to do with its Rimac-powered racing car before it can make its racing debut in 2020. And a lot of dry ice.
Manufacturers have put out tons of great street-legal race cars over the years. Which one do you think is the best?
The final race on the original five mile track of the Circuit de Charade was held on September 18, 1988. Now, Jaguar went back to close some public roads again.