Today’s hypercars are so fast, you can only legally take them to their limit on a race track. And when you’re on a race track, you’ll find they’re not the fastest cars there.
If you ask a few people close to the fire why England is the center of the sports car universe, they say it’s because all the engineers are there. But the BAC Mono is more than the ultimate in sports car engineering. It’s a surprisingly successful business.
Rumor has it that Ford’s latest 2.3 Ecoboost fits the Zenos E10’s chassis, which can only mean that their upcoming E10 R packs at least 350 horses. New pants will be needed.
Alpha-N, a tuning shop out of Germany has just shown the world their plans for the recently unveiled BMW M2. And damn do those plans look good.
McLaren brought both its new trackday special P1 GTR and its original F1 road car together to the Geneva Auto Show, and the difference between the two feels like a century apart.
If there's one thing Evo's Track Car of the Year 2014 video proves, it's that British car enthusiasts are the luckiest devils in the universe.
The best part is that the 6.2 Chevy V8 is mated to a gated six-speed manual, because why the hell not?
Professional racing is almost done for the year, so now is the perfect opportunity to think about getting on a racetrack yourself. Fun cars often go from being bundles of joy to nuisances to store in the dark depths of winter, so now's your chance to pick up a worthy track beast on the cheap.
Which would you choose, a Porsche 991 911 GT3 or a Mercedes-Benz W204 C63 AMG Black Series? Well whatever you may think is wrong. Forget all that you think you may know about track cars and the criteria involved when picking one. To find out what the true criteria is you must click the link in blue to the right.
Summer is the perfect season for running to the track for a quick jaunt, and if you've got the money and time there's no better way to kill a couple of hours. But if you're going to do it, which vehicle do you do it in? XCAR has you covered, with a comparison of three stripped-out supercars.
When he’s not intimidating passersby in a black Benz, cruising in an Avantime, driving an M5 to death or lapping a circuit with an NSX, our friend Nino Karotta is building Aardvark, the mother of all protean project cars. Aardvark was allegedly a Datsun 260Z when Nino acquired it about a dozen years ago and it has…