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No Added Power: How Manthey Built The Fastest GT3 RS

Our friends at Manthey-Racing are obviously not strangers to the Nürburgring Nordschleife, but their latest achievement has been catching attention around the globe.

A Place Saabs Can Call Home

It’s the unexpected and unplanned that often yields the best Speedhunting experiences, and the way in which I stumbled on a Saab specialist in Kuala Lumpur was exactly that.

Would You Like Carbon Wheels With That?

According to the German automaker, the carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) wheels which measure 20×9-inch for the front axle and 20×11.5-inch for the rear, weigh around 8.5kg a piece lighter than “standard alloy wheels” (we assume for a comparative size) for a 20 percent weight saving.

An FD RX-7 That’s Easy To Live With

Even so, I didn’t look closely enough to appreciate exactly what I was looking at the first go around.

Project 2000 Gets V8-Swapped

By the time that you read this I’ll have been flogged and exiled by Dino, possibly condemned to drive a Prius for the rest of my days.

Daily Driving The GT4586

In this new short film from Donut Media, Ryan gets the 86 out on the roads around his New Hampshire home before burning some tires at Thompson Speedway Motorsport Park with a bunch of friends.

Golden Week Adventures In A Mark X G’s

There is something special about jumping in your car and going on a road trip. Getting to your final destination as fast as possible is good and all, but when you build time into your schedule to get a little lost along the way, a long-distance drive can become pure joyful bliss.

One 911 Autoworks & An Unbelievable Find

There’s nothing I love and appreciate more than being able to hunt speed in different countries. It’s at the core of what we do, bringing together people of all different cultures and paths through the shared love we have for cars.

Realizing A 190E Racing Dream

Having a personal relationship similar to that of Mr. Miyagi and Daniel LaRusso, Supornsak Ake Martjamroonkul of Bangkok’s Hedgehog Tuning & Motorsports had to convince Lek-A-Arm’s ‘Uncle’ Lek that he was serious about building his dream racing machine.

Classic EVs? Infiniti’s Prototype 9 Retro Racer

Well, Infiniti took the ‘what if’ question and came back with an answer in the Prototype 9. It does take some leaps of the imagination to envision then actually build a race car like this, but truth be known, the first electric car was created just a few decades before the ’40s, nearly alongside the first gasoline-powered […] The post Classic EVs?

Exhaust Porn: Japan’s First $30K VB55 System

Looking, touching, appreciating – it’s just not enough. It’s human nature; we want more. I can sit there and attentively scan each line that defines the aggressive profile of a Lamborghini Aventador, and I can run my hands along the svelte carbon fiber panels that make up its instantly recognizable shape.

Project Nine Gets A Name

I can’t speak for other regions, but in Australia at least, this sacred naming ritual requires the successful completion of one critical ceremony: The customary ‘fitting’ of the personalized number plates.

Off-Road Adventuring On The Rubicon Trail

Covering all aspects of car culture for Speedhunters means shooting off-road action as much as I shoot on-road stuff.

Building BMWs In The Heart Of Bangkok

During my recent exploration into Thailand’s vast car culture, I set out to try and discover some local garages hidden away in the concrete jungle of Bangkok.

The Best Car Magazines In The World?

Ever since I was 11 years old, a car magazine has never been far from hand. Today, my apartment is full of them.

Deane x Więcek: One Step Closer

The speed at which the 2017 Formula Drift season is passing, is frightening.

The World Needs More Wagons

It’s a simple fact of life – you can never have too many wagons. Before I get into the in-depth, behind the scenes coverage from last weekend at Formula Drift with James Deane and Piotr Więcek, I have something small that I want to share.

A Final Look At Art Of Speed

Since returning to Japan from Malaysia, I’ve been pondering the ways to approach my final post from Art of Speed.

Farewell To Australian Muscle

In a matter of weeks, Australia’s automotive manufacturing industry will be reduced to nothing more than a memory.

3 Race NSXs You Need To See

And while the glorious F1 cars from the ’60s right up to the early 2000s are an inspiring sight to say the least, it’s these three NSXs that I wanted to share with you.