Ford and Red Bull Racing have announced a partnership in which Ford will become the engine supplier for the team starting in 2026.
The price may be small, but your smile certainly won’t be – even if it is slow as hell.
The good thing is that are no hoses or wires stemming out from the device, which makes it less of a hassle to set up and put away.
CG-Lock (CG stands for Center of Gravity) is a fairly simple device that attaches to your seatbelt, and can be installed in just a few minutes. It acts to keep your seatbelt tight, which holds the driver or passenger firmly in place. At about $60, it costs a lot less than a racing harness, and is still comfortable and easy to use when taking grandma to the grocery store or driving clients to lunch.
Whether you are road racing, doing a track day, running autocross, driving circle track or participating in High-Performance Driver Education, you need a helmet.
We’ve always felt the Porsch e928 was a bit of an underrated classic, and now it’s been given the love it deserves.
All hail BMW – the automaker who has made some curious choices the last few years – is bringing back the 3.0 CSL Batmobile!
What makes this car special? The over 2,000hp (most ever in a series-production car)? The John Player Special tribute paint-job?
We came across a fantastic article over on Hagerty recently, an open letter to a thief attempting to steal a beloved Porsche 914.
“I don’t really know what an apex is, or why it matters to me.” And this was from an instructor! Just as he was saying this, another instructor walked up, nodded, and said, “Yeah, same here.”
At $224k, the GT3 RS ain’t cheap, but try to think of another car that does what this does for less. We’re pretty sure you can’t think of a car that is better for less, so we’d say the 911 GT3 RS qualifies as good value.
We absolutely love it; the 232whp VTEC 4 cylinder placed behind the 2 seats, the incredible “Sky Panel” sunroof, the minimalistic, but beautiful interior, the 1,750 pound curb-weight – we love everything about it.
Ken Block, the legendary Rally Car Driver & Hoonigan Founder has died at age 55 in a snowmobile accident, according to Hoonigan Industries via Instagram