F1's turbocharged racing engines, past and present, require fuel that's perfectly adapted to their incredible demands. We talked to the man in charge of tailoring Shell's fuel for Ferrari, and also got close to one of the 1000+ horsepower monsters that made F1 in the 1980's so thrilling. Check it out.
Corinthians 13:11 famously espouses shunning childish ways upon reaching maturity. I had a go kart as a kid, and if that admonition means giving up like-handling cars such as today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Lotus Exige S, well then hells no. This particular one's price however, might have you asking its seller, what…
With wings, added lightness and sure-footed handling, what appears to be a pigeon on the Geneva show floor is most likely a secret Lotus prototype on the loose.
With all the talk lately of Gulf Oil this and Gulf Oil that we got to thinking a lot about our own personal favorite racing color combinations. Is it the Gulf Oil blue and orange? What about the Mini Monte Carlo red and white? What about those green-lipped racing Aston Martins? What about the John Player black and gold