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BMW Reveals All-New M8 GTE At IAA In Frankfurt

BMW Reveals All-New M8 GTE At IAA In Frankfurt

The all-new BMW M8 GTE was revealed at IAA in Frankfurt for the 2018 WEC and IMSA seasons. The 4.0 liter V8 good for 500hp is only part of the story.Read More

Tom’s Take: Bury The Crow—And Marco Andretti’s Un-Illustrious Career

Tom’s Take: Bury The Crow—And Marco Andretti’s Un-Illustrious Career

With Marco still competing, it is time to bury the crow. Even though Marco was the winner...of a "participation trophy" for perfect attendance. Woohoo. My kids don't even have perfect attendance in grade-school.Read More

Detroit Speed IROC Camaro DSE-Z Hits the Track

Detroit Speed IROC Camaro DSE-Z Hits the Track

Detroit Speed tested its IROC Camaro, the DSE-Z, at Carolina Motorsports Park late last month. The LS7-powered V8 terrorized the track with Kyle Tucker behind the wheel.Read More

Corvette Racing Weekly with Tom Stahler: a Big Win at VIR!

Corvette Racing Weekly with Tom Stahler: a Big Win at VIR!

Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen took a much needed win at Virginia International Raceway for Corvette Racing, increasing their lead in the IMSA GT Championship.Read More

Corvette Racing Weekly with Tom Stahler: VIR Preview

Corvette Racing Weekly with Tom Stahler: VIR Preview

After a couple of tough weekends of finishing off the podium, Corvette Racing still holds a narrow lead in points going into this weekend’s Michelin GT Challenge race at Virginia International Raceway.Read More

Video: Building A Better Second-Gen Camaro That's Over The Top

Video: Building A Better Second-Gen Camaro That’s Over The Top

When Marty Ceccarelli decided that he needed a second-gen Camaro, he pulled out all the stops and built one in a show-stopping fashion. Check out this over-the-top piece of high-performance art. Read More

Dark Arts: Temperature and Performance Tires

Dark Arts: Temperature and Performance Tires

Forget turbos and big wings. If a driver wants to reel off fast and consistent laps, they'll need to know the ins and outs of performance tires—so we brought in the big guns to shed some light on this dark art.Read More

Tom’s Take: #EatTheCrow — A Public Challenge To Marco Andretti

Tom’s Take: #EatTheCrow — A Public Challenge To Marco Andretti

If Marco manages a win in 2017, I will be putting a dry-rub on my dead bird, slow cooking it on the Weber Kettle and eating it with sautéed vegetables, and in the words of Hannibal the Cannibal, “a nice chianti”Read More

Tom’s Take: Chicks on the Grid — And Why They Do And Don't Matter

Tom’s Take: Chicks on the Grid — And Why They Do And Don’t Matter

Being feminine, but not overtly “sexy” seemingly has hurt genuinely talented drivers in the mainstream — which is by far, the worst discrimination in the sport.Read More

Dream Garage: Greenwood C3 Corvette Racer

Dream Garage: Greenwood C3 Corvette Racer

While the '70s served as a low point for production Corvette performance, the upstart Greenwood racing team would elevate the Corvette to new heights through innovative designs that still see use to this day.Read More

Vic Edelbrock Jr's Love Affair Of The Automobile

Vic Edelbrock Jr’s Love Affair Of The Automobile

The late Vic Edelbrock Jr., turned his family business into an iconic dynasty, and protected the entire aftermarket automotive parts industry against government over-regulation through perilous times. Read More

Tom's Take: The New US Grand Prix West — At Willow Springs?

Tom’s Take: The New US Grand Prix West — At Willow Springs?

Willow Springs is approximately an hour’s drive North of Los Angeles — which puts it in proximity of one of the world’s largest consumer markets. With a blank check, Willow could easily host F1.Read More

Mercedes Performance For The Masses: At Speed With The AMG 43 Lineup

Mercedes Performance For The Masses: At Speed With The AMG 43 Lineup

We get some seat time with the all-new Mercedes-AMG 43 lineup, which seeks to bridge the performance gap between the company's standard models and their hard-edged AMG high performance variants.Read More

Tom’s Take: Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso —And The Cult Of IndyCar

Tom’s Take: Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso —And The Cult Of IndyCar

Sorry to say this IndyCar fans, but F1 is many steps up the ladder. The IndyCar series has been working very hard to improve its viability, but will not ever get as close as CART did back in the 80’s and 90’s. Read More

Driven: Mazda MX-5 Cup. A Whole Lot of Zoom-Zoom for the Racing Buck

Driven: Mazda MX-5 Cup. A Whole Lot of Zoom-Zoom for the Racing Buck

The MX-5 Cup option comes complete — ready to race — sans a driver’s seat (everyone has their preference, they found) for the entry-level price of $58,900. See if you can find a brand new race car anywhere else for Read More

A History Lesson: National Racing Colors

A History Lesson: National Racing Colors

The first F1 team to use sponsorship livery was South African Team Gunston in 1968, privately entering a Brabham for Rhodesian driver John Love. Gunston Cigarettes were the first sponsor-based Formula One livery.Read More

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