When watching this crash from the Pirelli World Challenge weekend at Virginia International Raceway, it’s hard to decide what’s wilder: how violently this race car tumbled off of the track, or the fact that the driver climbed right out of the car and was released from a nearby medical center.
The only good place to go fast in Virginia is Virginia International Raceway. (Trust me on this.)
Two people are dead after a small plane crashed into the field of the Patriot Course at the Virginia International Raceway, according to reports.
This is a 1964 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS, valued somewhere between $1.5 and $2.0 million. And here it is going out onto Virginia International Raceway. Oh yes.
A new Viper means a new Viper GTS-R for track duty. As you can see from this teaser SRT has been busy undertaking the enviable task that is testing a race spec GTS-R at Virginia International Raceway.
Even if you aren't usually a big fan of in-car track footage we have a feeling you will enjoy watching (and listening) as race driver Leh Keen expertly navigates a GTR around Virginia International Raceway. The Nissan shown here during testing was built for competition in the One Lap of America by TopSpeed…
The mystery of Top Gear's visit to the States has been solved, with the trio bringing a Porsche 911 GT3, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, and Ferrari 458 Italia to Virginia International Raceway. Pictures below. Update: more pics, info.
Top Gear's U.S. invasion continues at Virginia International Raceway today. Someone send us pictures and video!