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There was a time when rallying was everything to me. I’m not really sure when that changed, but I can’t say that it holds the same allure as it did for my younger self.
Last week, I brought you some coverage of Subiefest, as held at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.
SEMA brings out the best of the best, and during the lead up to this year’s event we’ve been privy to a number of high-profile cars that will making their debuts in Vegas.
The day began with a smooth drive through country roads to what seemed like the middle of nowhere, but eventually we arrived at Mid Suffolk Showground in Stonham Barns for the show billed as ‘East Anglia’s Premier German Car Event.’ It couldn’t have been a more fitting venue either; a vast field sur
As depicted in the climatic end to the 2013 movie Rush, race day conditions at FSW for the final round of the ’76 season were atrocious, so drama was guaranteed from the outset.
With so much press and fanfare associated with the poster-boy Pro class at the Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge, the casual observer could almost be forgiven for thinking that the event is strictly reserved for the unhinged, extreme creations channelling the mad scientists of the circuit subculture.
Nissan created some very unique machines in its RB26-powered GT-Rs. These cars never pretended to be beautifully designed sportcars from Europe, and because of that Nissan never even attempted to compete on the level of higher tier supercars that were around in the years the RB26 GT-Rs existed (1989~2002).
It’s the time of year that many of us dread the most – the end of an amazing racing season. The months of October and November are when racing series like the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, WEC, NASCAR Sprint Cup, and Red Bull Global Rallycross usually finish up for the season.
Let’s kick things off with a new clip from Toyo Tires… Ken Block’s all-wheel drive V8 ‘Hoonicorn’ Mustang RTR brought a new level of awesome to the Gymkhana video series back in 2014, and since then we’ve been waiting patiently for its return to the franchise.
Although the DeLorean is regarded as a cult classic now – thanks largely to its starring role in 1985’s Hollywood blockbuster Back to the Future – it wasn’t always this way.
And so the dust has settled on yet another Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge.
Following on from the announcement earlier this week, I made the trip to Poland last weekend to catch up with James Deane and Piotr Więcek and find out how they fared as team mates.
Most will recognise the charismatic Aussie legend from his time with the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team, or more recently as an F1 pundit for Channel 4 in Britain, but the 40-year-old has enjoyed a two and a half decade racing career that began in a go-kart, aged 14.
Twelve days. That’s the amount of time remaining between the moment I’m writing this and the official opening of the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas – and the debut of Project Yankee, my 1975 Dodge Dart Sport.
The Super D Matsuri, held at Grange Motor Circuit, brought together some of North America’s top grassroots-level drifters and few guests that included Japanese driver Naoki Nakamura from Team Burst/Pink Style.
Stage rallies may be the most difficult events to cover; it’s all about scouting the best location on each stage – which are at most times miles apart – and being in the right place at the right time.
Last year, just four thousandths of a second was the difference between victory and defeat; it takes roughly 20 thousandths of a second to blink.
As a Subaru owner myself, I’m not sure why I had never attended the annual Subiefest at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, until this year, but I’m kicking myself for it now.
Let’s get things started with this ex-Powertune BNR34 Skyline GT-R. This Nissan won the Open Class at WTAC when I last attended the event back in 2014, and seeing it stripped of its livery and in a refreshed state on the Hi Octane Racing stand, it was just begging for a closer look.
It’s been a while since I’ve brought you an update on Ole Orange Bang, but don’t think I’ve been neglecting her at all.