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It’s not all about being the fastest either. Remember that whole thing about the tortoise and the hare?
Audi R8 E-Tron testing at Nurburgring The sound still isn’t exactly going to stir your emotions, but this quick video of Audi’s new-gen E-tron-fitted R8 testing at the ‘Ring is interesting none the less.
I want you to sit down and think about something for a second. What’s your first reaction when you see a new build?
Filmed on the iconic Gunsai touge (think Hot Version battles), Daigo Saito gets behind the wheel of his Toyota JZX100 and shows why he’s one of the world’s greatest drifters.
VGJr: What’s up Speedhunters! Thanks for all the awesome questions. For this first AMA session I have answered the following questions some of you guys asked.
I remember it like it was yesterday. I was a sophomore in high school, and my friends and I had the bright idea to check out the Los Angeles Auto Show.
When drifting hit the mainstream and race circuits of New Zealand, there was a murmur of disapproval from many people associated to ‘proper’ motorsport pursuits.
Goodwood. They just can’t leave it alone and they always know what they’re doing. Year after year everyone who’s anybody in the automotive world ups-sticks to a quiet corner of West Sussex, a place that for decades was bothered only by the local wildlife but is now a Mecca of motorsport.
Most of the buzz we hear surrounding Formula Drift and professional drifting in general is about power, and how much more of it drift cars nowadays have compared to tug boats, or the Space Shuttle.
There’s just something so very ‘f*#k you’ about cutting up the kind of car that so many people aspire too, then adding a design that polarizes opinion all over the world.
Like most of the old machines that come through Canepa’s doors, this Pontiac has a long motorsport history behind it and has been restored to original, competition-ready condition.
As promised in my last, admittedly slightly whiny Project X story, I’m back again with far more positive news – news that would come in the form of a friendly knock at the door from a predictably super-efficient Japanese courier standing next to a stack of big boxes.
From AE86s in Japan, to 911s in Australia, to GT-Rs in Dubai and more – the past four and a bit weeks served up a tasty selection of machines – but which was your favorite, or favorites?
I often heard it said that it’s a bad idea to meet your heroes. If you think about it, it’s quite understandable as the human psyche has a strange habit to over sensationalise things that one may have more than a passing attraction to.
Whenever we publish anything Honda-related here on Speedhunters, we notice that these stories always seem to provoke requests for more Honda content.
Imagine for a moment that you are the organizer of the leading professional drift series in Europe. After several months of preparation for the British Drift GP on the streets of London, the excitement on social media among fans is starting to grow.
Over the past few years we’ve seen battery-powered vehicles of both the two and four-wheeled variety go progressively quicker up the high-altitude, 12.42 mile (19.99km), 156-corner course, but Millen’s 9:07.222 sets a new standard for EV performance at the Race to the Clouds.
That’s why we’ve asked long-time friend of Speedhunters, Formula Drift champion and all-round professional fun-haver Vaughn Gittin Jr.
On the list of cool automotive jobs out there, Sascha Glaeser’s position would certainly be up near the top.
The win came after an epic battle on the bank with Dean Kearney at the round dubbed ‘The Gauntlet’. And we suspect Kearney, who hails from Ireland, was at a distinct advantage in the wet conditions thanks to his home country’s lovely climate.