We know the Porsche Cayman GT4 is one of the best track-ready cars that money can buy. It’s got the big motor, a stick shift, and GT3 components all packed into a mid-engine platform. But how does it compare to the actual race-car version, the GT4 Clubsport? We joined our friends from CJ Wilson Racing at Willow…
When they wanted to sell gear to women, manufacturers used to just toss a pink butterfly on a small men’s jacket and call it a day, but companies are finally starting to realize women riders deserve gear that looks nice and protects them well too.
When Polaris asked me if I wanted to drive a Polaris Slingshot for a week, I knew the answer was yes - I just didn’t know why.
CJ Wilson Automotive (yes, that CJ Wilson) is auctioning longtime pro wrestler and fighter dude CM Punk’s first car for charity right this very moment. Yes, the car is a Chevy Monte Carlo. Yes, there are vomit stains in it.
C.J. Wilson is known to some people as a guy who throws a small round ball very fast, which is strange, because to us he’s the guy who owns a hyperblurple McLaren P1, runs car dealerships, and has a racing team. And now he’s here to answer your questions.
Not only is this Renesis rotary-powered NA Mazda Miata the only one in the world, but was part of an actual legally binding contract and hurdle for C.J. Wilson to purchase another Mazda dealership. This is how it came to fruition.
C.J Wilson is this car enthusiast we know who always seems to have a smile on his face, a camera around his neck, and a gear spinning in his heart. We've been told he also "pitches" for something called the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Here's the story of him picking up his amazing McLaren. - Ed.
The start of any race with 50 or more cars can be a harrowing experience. When you throw a big crash into the mix while dozens of those cars are running door to door at top speed and headed towards a narrow braking zone, sheer fright is added to the situation. And did we mention this all takes place less than a minute…
C.J. Wilson Racing's Stevan McAleer put on a show during last week's Continental Tire Series race at Sebring International Raceway where he drove from the back of the grid—thanks to a minor technical infringement in qualifying—to pick off 15 cars on the opening lap in his Mazda MX-5.
Elliott Skeer is an 18-year-old race driver competing in the Mazda MX5 Cup — that's the SCCA Pro Racing Playboy Mazda MX-5 Cup — for CJ Wilson Racing. This past weekend at Sebring, Skeer, aka the baby-faced assassin, took the race's second 18-lap round, thanks to a dramatic pass on the last lap.
Earlier this month at this year's 25 Hours of Thunderhill endurance race, one of C.J. Wilson's Mazda MX-5 racecars was in P4 with three hours to go when the engine went. Another team might have just said screw it. Not these guys.