You tend to think of race cars just in terms of how much faster or slower they are than other cars they’re competing against. Rarely do you get to think of their speed in isolation. With that in mind, get a load of how f’ing fast the new GT3-spec Acura NSX looks all on its own.
Our pal Ryan Eversley has successfully used the Jalop bump (and a lot of racing talent) to take the checkered flag at several Pirelli World Challenge events. You may not be as fast as Eversley, but for $74,900, you can throw down some laps in his 2010 Cayman.
We're all familiar with what race cars look from the outside, or even out the front window. That being said, every once in a while, it's cool to see what the driver's up to. Behold, the driver cam.
To say that the Pirelli World Challenge series is growing would be a massive understatement. They have more manufacturer interest than ever before as well as a few teams who would usually be running United SportsCar who've joined in the fun. How awesome is the field this year? Look at this test day.
The Jalopnik Bump continues for the Internet's most amusing Honda racer. Ryan Eversley has just moved over to the Pirelli World Challenge in the RealTime Acura as a factory driver.
Just a few weeks ago, friend of Jalopnik Ryan Eversley affixed a Jalopnik sticker to a Honda Civic Si and promptly won his race at Watkins Glen. Well, now that sticker is moving up to a BMW. Can it win this weekend?
If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right? Might as well keep the Jalopnik bump going, and pick up another win. Good luck and Godspeed, Ryan!