Gallery: Nissan’s Secret Stash

The Nissan DNA garage in Japan is a veritable treasure trove of iconic production cars, race cars, concept vehicles and other extremely rare one-offs. Only accessible to Nissan employees, our friends at Motorsport Retro and Speedhunters recently managed to infiltrate the hallowed walls of the facility, capturing the incredible gallery of images you see here.

By Tom Martin | December 03, 2014
Speed Secrets: Simulation Software and Hardware

In my last article, I wrote about how sim racing can help you drive your real race car. Now I’ll tell you what’s out there today, as far as the actual software and hardware are concerned. These are only some of the possibilities, but the majority of sim-racers would point to the following as the best in terms of physics.

By Ross Bentley | April 18, 2014
Game Review: Forza Motorsport 5

Debuting alongside Microsoft’s new console, the Xbox One, there’s a lot more riding on the successful execution of Forza Motorsport 5 as opposed to previous entries in the series. FM5, along with a handful of other launch titles for the new system, has to convince fans that it’s worth investing in an entirely new system for the experience it provides. Does Forza Motorsport 5 deliver? Well, yes and no.

By Bradley Iger | November 25, 2013
Preview: Lotus Elise S Cup R

Lotus has announced its newest track toy, and it will be available to racers in the US. The Lotus Elise S Cup R in the 2014 Lotus Cup one-make race series in various countries throughout the world.

By John Beltz Snyder | November 13, 2013
Preview: 2014 Lotus Exige V6 Cup R

Lotus has announced a new track car, the Exige V6 Cup R. In addition to being an exciting new consumer model, it will be eligible for the one-make Lotus Cup race series.

By John Beltz Snyder | January 11, 2013
Formula SAE: The Olympics of Motorsports?

This past weekend, from May 12 to 15, the Society of Automotive Engineers held what could legitimately be called the Olympics of Motorsport—old school version—but is formally known as Formula SAE Michigan. 106 university teams from around the world (including teams from Estonia, India, Austria, Korea and Venezuela) gathered for events designed to showcase theoretical and practical motorsports knowledge.

By Tom Martin | May 19, 2010
Lotus Announces Evora Cup Car and Race Series

Lotus has announced that it will debut the the Lotus Evora Cup at the Autosport International show later this week. Also, the automaker has announced a points-baced Evora race series for 2010.

By John Beltz Snyder | January 13, 2010


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