If it’s time to go car shopping again, perhaps skip the Craigslist ads, the enticing CarMax warranty or Aston Martin of Cleveland. This year at the Silverstone Classic auctions in the UK, we find three similar and similarly priced street legal touring car legends—all of which are priced to sell and old enough to…
This crash is the stuff of nightmares—not just racing-themed nightmares, but, like, all nightmares. This is the equivalent of being trapped in a glass box with nowhere else to go, seeing all of the improbable ways to escape while constantly getting hit by other objects also stuck in that glass box.
Polestar is working up its first all-Polestar production car, but back in 2008 it started work on its first all-Polestar race car, the five-cylinder C30 S2000. It. Sounded. Awesome.
The BMW E36 generation of 3 Series is one of the most affordable, desirable cars on the used market today and there’s very little reason not to buy one. I say this because I have been bewitched, bewitched by this comparison test involving the top three British touring cars of 1992, some furious shifting and a lot of…
This is the Golf GTI TCR. Volkswagen Motorsport built 20 of these 330 horsepower touring cars for privateers, and they are all sold by now.
There’s something immensely satisfying about seeing a Volvo S60 in racing trim. Here’s Richard Göransson’s bright blue møøsemøbile for the 2016 Scandinavian Touring Car Championship.
The 1989 Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth was built to compete in a compromised formula, Group A. According to Jalopnik science, all this means is that Ford should really turn the new Focus RS into a touring car already.
To many of us, the greatest touring car of all time was the Volvo 850 wagon. Not by any quantifiable mark like wins, but because it was the British Touring Car Championship’s first wagon. You can’t not smile at a wagon being driven like a maniac. Now Team BMR is bringing the insanity back with a Subaru Levorg.
I’m telling you, Circuito de Guia is one of the most insane race tracks anywhere in the world. I wasn’t being hyperbolic when I called it “batshit crazy.” Anything can happen and usually does. That was definitely the case this weekend.
Here’s the first corner of TCR International’s Race 2 at the Macau Grand Prix. It’s the kind of mega pile-up that only the combination of huevos grandes, a narrow circuit and little regard for intact bumpers can produce.
According to that joker Michael Ballaban, touring car drivers, and I quote: “Should all be banned from all competition, of any sort, for all of time. No pie eating contests, no bar trivia nights, no dizzy-baseball, and certainly no WTCC.” Please.
I happened to stumble across this picture and holy shit this is so ‘90s I just bombed Kuwait.
Chris Harris is a lucky, lucky man. The Goodwood Members Meeting brought out everything from road-based race cars to vintage F1 and Le Mans racers. Not only did Chris get to race a Rover SD1 touring car from the era when touring cars were based on road cars, but he also got to drive in a race of all Porsche 911s.
German touring car racing isn't the best form of touring car racing in the world (that would be BTCC), but damn if the cars don't look wonderfully mean.
It may be debatable when German touring-car racing was at its peak, but there's no doubt some of the best road-car racing of the past four decades happened under the BMW roundel. Soon, there will be a film celebrating the cars and the drivers who made them legendary.
A front-wheel drive hatchback has no right to look as good as this new Seat Leon Cup Racer, which debuted at Europe's giant Wörthersee VW meet over the weekend.
Not since Bill Gubelmann raced a Ford Capri in 1975 has there been an American in the British Touring Car Championship. Colorado-born Robb Holland will be racing a Honda Civic S2000, taking the fight to the Brits.
Norbert Michelisz was leading the opening race of World Touring Car Championship earlier this month at Monza when he met a pigeon on the racing line. It didn't end well for either of them.
European touring car racing series DTM must be chuffed about it's pairing with NASCAR races in 2013. Proof? This NASCAR-worthy crash by Audi driver Alexandre Premat this weekend, which he escaped unharmed.