Following a full-course caution, Will Power’s gearbox failing and a set of fresh tires, Colton Herta took not only the win but a new record for the IndyCar dynasty. At 18 years, 11 months, 25 days old, Herta is now the youngest driver to win an Indy race only previously held by Graham Rahal, who was 19 years, 3…
Will Power (#12) took the pole at IndyCar’s first visit to the Circuit of the Americas, coming in with the fastest lap time of 1:46.0177. He was also the only Chevrolet-powered driver to make the podium start; the seventh-place qualifier, Josef Newgarden (#2) with a 1:46.3438, was the next Chevy-powered racer. Coming…
With frigid temperature drops and light rain misting, both K-PAX Racing and R. Ferri Motorsports had their cars cross the finish lines to claim the top podium spots on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. With K-PAX’s new generation of Bentley Continental GT3 cars (No. 9 and 3), driver pairs Andy Soucek and Alvaro…
The dust is settling following a last-second change in pole positions for yesterday’s Q1 leader, Petter Solberg. Johan Kristoffersson took the lead and his second consecutive World Rallycross title following today. He keeps his lead of the series with 281 points after crossing the finish line with a 03:31.118 final…
The first day of America’s first World Rallycross stop has adjourned with a Swede in the lead. No. 11, Petter Solberg with his VW Polo R was able to grab Q1 today with his fastest qualifying time of 2:23.187. He is currently three seconds faster than his fellow countryman, No. 5 Mattias Eskström with a 2.26.307.
Marc Marquez has kept his Austin, TX winning streak alive for the United States Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX. Marquez, running his #93 Respol Honda Team RC213V bike, was placed in the fourth grid position after an illegal move for blocking caused him to be penalized for race day.
MotoGP is back in Austin, but while the attendees may have been excited to see their favorite riders back on the Texas tarmac, the same feeling was not shared for many of the riders during practice and qualifying on Day One of MotoGP at Circuit of the Americas.
Circuit of the Americas is home to the smallest of track days to the arguably most-important event of them all: Formula One. Yet, a happy medium of interesting and captivating racing and size can be found each year the Pirelli World Challenge comes to the 3.42 miles of Texas turns. As you’ll find at any car meet,…
So, you see someone parked like an asshat in a parking spot. Do you join in and try to mess with this person? Or do you ignore it, fearing retribution while you’re gone?
I was invited by The Drive’s Alex Roy to be witness to and help document the Drive Pilot system on the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E Class sedan (Please click HERE to view his most up-to-date review on this system. He writes a lot better than I do).
There’s a motocop (or should we say RoboCop) in Brazil that not only has some impressive riding skills, but doesn’t take no for an answers against fleeing suspects. Take a look at his helmet cam below.
Take a look below at some guy bringing his Tesla Roadster to a local autocross event. With the Models 3/X/S making all of the headlines, this guy still keeps the Roadster model alive and well with some fairly-decent driving.
Redditor AndyDrives2Fast posted pictures in /r/cars about his experience with a family member a few weeks ago. Apparently they got their hands on a pre-production NSX and he was able to snag some good cellphone pics. All photos belong to Andy; take a look at what he shot below:
Take a look at just the tip of the iceberg from the first media day at the 2016 New York.
A user on the FT86Club.com found some photos of the new and refreshed Subaru BRZ for 2017. Take a look below to see what Subaru might be showing at NYIAS this year!
Just try not to annoy your neighbors every time you try to act like you’re driving through Silverstone while brushing the late night Hot Pockets out of your teeth.
The New York International Auto Show is less than a week away at this point, and manufacturers are continuing to tease us with what they will be unveiling. Taking off from our first post, 2016 NYIAS Preview: What to Expect Part 1, here’s some news we’ve uncovered since then.
A little from Porsche, maybe a new Mazda, Subaru’s new Impreza (again?), Maserati and Audi and more are all expected at this year’s New York International Auto Show. The press days are March 23 and 24.