The season finale of the Red Bull Global Rallycross is coming up next next with the race course setup right off of Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas. Before the season closes on the GRC season, the Subaru Rally Team USA fought through a challenging Red Bull Global Rallycross double-header weekend in Los Angeles with […]
Mike and Jim Ring have done it again! For the 4th time in the last 7 years, they’ve built a Goodguys Top12-winning car. Their latest, a ’65 Mustang named “Blizzard” for customer Dominick Farbo has won the Goodguys 2014 Grundy Worldwide Insurance Muscle Machine of the Year.
Their story is simple, 100 years of performance from the Dodge brand has led to some of the most exhilarating and influential muscle cars in the history of the automotive world, ultimately manifesting the mighty beast from Detroit which is theatrically known as the Hellcat. The ultimate, top-of-the-line Dodge halo is riveting with its 6.2-liter […]
When you put BMW Manufacturing and Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR), the nation’s only automotive engineering graduate department, on the same project, crossovers are configured into awesome transforming pickups. Introducing Deep Orange 4, a BMW X3 turned X4 look-alike with the functionality of a pickup. The Build Deep Orange 4 is a functioning prototype, […]
Drifting is a style of motorsport that was founded primarily in Japan around the winding mountain roads of Mount Fuji. The original concept was to implement controlled oversteering or power sliding of the car’s rear end to get around corners faster and beat the competition to the end of a track. Essentially it was and is often a form of illegal street racing.
eBay Listing: 1957 Ford Thunderbird with correct colors and original drivetrain 1953 was an important year for one American manufacturer. People often ask which is better Chevrolet or Ford, Who struck first? Who wins when the chips are down, and all your money is on the line? Well in the 1950’s American sports car world […]
The Lexus SC 400 was ahead of time when it entered the stage back in 1991. It was flawless and offered owners interior prestige and comforting opulence alike. The sports coupe’s futuristic styling comingled Japanese craftsmanship into a package Lexus owners would continuously come to expect. However, if there had been an SC F variant then wagers would have increased tenfold since the combination of attraction, luxury and performance in today’s auto market is what separates the norm from the pursuit of pure perfection.