Bucky has adapted to rallycross much faster than most people will ever know. When you consider that he typically gets fewer than a dozen laps of practice before his couple of qualifying laps—and then it’s right into the races—it’s amazing that he’s battling with guys like Ken Block, Tanner Foust and Travis Pastrana (all of whom seem to live in a car!). From my perspective, it’s what he brings from skateboarding that allows him to just jump in, mix it up, and adapt so quickly.
Porsche has built a single car to the specifications of the company’s fans on the internet. This Porsche 911 Carrera 4s celebrates 5,000,000 Facebook fans with features voted upon by the web community.
BMW, for reasons we still don’t fully understand, has refit the nomenclature for its bread-and-butter 3-Series. The current 3 is available as either a four-door sedan or a five-door wagon (depending on what part of the world you’re in). There’s also some GT thing, coming soon. It is not, however, available as a two-door coupe or convertible, because those body styles now fall under the 4-Series moniker.
Porsche’s return to the top flight of endurance racing was visualized for the first time today, with the reveal of its new LMP1 racer on Facebook.
According to a video posted on Maserati’s Facebook page, the Italian brand will release images of the new Ghibli sedan on Wednesday, April 10.
The world-class Circuit of the Americas is hosting another big race, and your firends at Winding Road have tickets.