Welcome back to another installment of Best Motoring Super Fun Film Time, where we bring you the best clips from a show that can only be described as a real-life version of Gran Turismo.
A Ferrari 456 GT. A Ferrari F40. A Dodge Viper. A RUF CTR. A 930 Porsche Turbo. A Veilside Supra. Another Supra. And a Honda NSX Type R. Sugar, spice and everything nice.
A man once built an R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R rally car. That man and his decision to build the aforementioned car are good. And genius. And wonderful. And smart.
You know that guy who starts shit at a bar with another dude, and when that dude's three brothers show up, the shit-starter says "This isn't a fair fight, you better go get more of your bitch-ass friends"? In this Best Motoring test, that's what the Lotus Elise is.
This is less of a test of the Honda/Acura NSX-R and more a test of the Tilke-redesigned Fuji Speedway, but it's a bunch of Best Motoring International's fastest drivers in the fatest Japanese supercar of the day. And wha... a GT-R appears!
Lancer Evo! Corvette! Porsche 911! Ferrari 360 Modena! NSX! Skyline GT-R! Which of these 1990s titans will bring infinite glory back to their home countries, and which ones will bear the shame of an entire nation?
Welcome back to our second installment of Best Motoring Super Fun Film Time, where we bring you the best clips from a show that can only be described as a real-life version of Gran Turismo.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
We're taking a one day break from MotorWeek to bring you this: Best Motoring Superbattle 2000. I think you'll be ok missing one day of John Davis.
If you thought the HKS GT570 was a bit underpowered, this Amuse-tuned Nissan GT-R should satisfy. It's cranking out 602 HP at 6500 RPM and 571 lb-ft of torque at 5300 RPM. That's enough grunt to warrant the addition of boy-racer bits like a huge rear wing, fat lip spoiler, stiffer height-adjustable springs and…
What would Maximum Wagon Day be without a wagon battle? And nobody does track battles better than Best Motoring. This classic clip showcases two JDM wagons for the Japanese family that's really on-the-go; a Subaru Legacy GT-B and Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 circa 1996. It's too bad they didn't include a Nissan Stagea, but…