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How ICON Uses Obsessive Modern Design to Build Gorgeous Vintage Trucks

Icon 4x4 builds Frankenstein vehicles—off-road trucks that meld modern mechanicals with vintage bodywork to create jaw-dropping machines. As founder Jonathan Ward showed off two of his creations to us, it became clear: These aren’t just hot-rods; they’re architecture, fashion, and industrial design rolled into…

A Cross-Country Corvette Contemplation on the Future of the Sports Car

A sports car on an open road is a great place to do some thinking. This is a truth every gearhead can confirm. So when Benjamin Preston wanted to get to the heart of the American sports car—its past and its future—he couldn’t have picked a better thinking chamber than the 2015 Corvette Stingray.

Does Your Car Really Have Character? Here's How to Find Out

Back in the March, 1998 issue of Road & Track, the ever-influential Peter Egan presented a quiz called “Does Your Car Have Character?” A lot has changed since 1998, so Jack Baruth updated the quiz for modern motorheads. Here’s the definitive answer, for 2015, as to whether your daily driver has street cred.

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Eight things you learn as a rookie racer at Le Mans

Marc Miller is nearly ready for his first appearance at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The American racer has been hard at work preparing to co-drive the No. 53 Dodge Viper GT3-R at this weekend’s 83rd running of the legendary endurance race. Along the way, Miller has learned some important, and unusual, tricks to success…

How this 1956 Le Mans film secretly references racing's deadliest day

At first glance, this 1956 video is just a great find for racing fans: Mike Hawthorn, narrating a lap around Le Mans, a camera on his Jaguar D-Type giving us driver’s-eye view. It’s fantastic to watch—but it holds subtle references to the deadliest day in motorsports history, which unfolded 60 years ago this month.