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WR TV: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray by Lingenfelter

As we reported earlier this year, the new C7 Stingray is pretty great right out of the box. But when the tuners at Lingenfelter got their hands on the new Corvette, they turned it into a bonafide road-going missile with a very angry disposition.

The Ten Best Factory-Built Sport Wagons Ever Made

The terms “station wagon” and “performance” rarely go hand-in-hand. In its heyday, the station wagon was a big, bulky alternative to a traditional sedan that was designed to carry a family and a trunk-full of gear.

Los Angeles 2014: Audi A7 Sportback H-Tron Quattro Concept Packs a Plug-In Hydrogen Powertrain

While the current batch of plug-in hybrids are seen as some of the most environmentally friendly vehicles on the road today, it’s tough to beat the environmental credentials of a hydrogen fuel cell car, whose emissions are just a few drops of water.

Los Angeles 2014: Lexus LF-C2 Concept

Lexus has unveiled their latest design study in the form of a 2 + 2 roadster that recalls the distinctive looks of the LF-LC Concept that debuted in Detroit in 2012, and the currently-in-production RC coupe, which has yet to see a convertible model added to its roster.

Update: 2016 Jaguar F-Type Gets Manual Gearbox, AWD with Some Caveats

Ahead of the official reveal at the LA Auto Show, Jaguar let it slip that 2016 F-Types would be getting a new all-wheel-drive option, and that the F-Type lineup would expand from six to 14 derivatives next year.

Los Angeles 2014: VW Golf R Variant

When faced with the choice between developing either a coupe or a wagon version of the Cadillac ATS sedan, GM’s luxury-car executive chief engineer Dave Leone recently was quoted as saying “Wagons are only popular in three places—Europe, Australia, and in journalists’ driveways.” Dave may be (totally) right, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to stop singing the praises of the fast longroof segment.

Los Angeles 2014: Bentley Grand Convertible Concept

Bentley has been teasing us with an open top grand touring machine based on the Mulsanne platform ever since the Arnage-based Azure bowed out a few years ago.

Speed Secrets: Race Driving As A Business

Raise your hand if you'd like to be paid to race cars. Okay, that's more than one of you. And that's the problem - many drivers want to make a living as professional race drivers, and there aren't enough spots for them all.

Cadillac Ditches CTS-V.R for Next Season in Favor of All-New ATS-V.R

Rumors had been circulating that Cadillac might have been putting the current CTS-V.R race car out to pasture after this season, and it turns out that the speculation had merit.

Los Angeles 2014: Ford Unveils Track-Focused Shelby GT-350 Mustang

The man himself may no longer be with us, but Caroll Shelby’s legacy of working with Ford to create some serious performance machines lives on with the latest entry into the portfolio, the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350.

Ken Block Assaults the Streets of LA in Gymkhana 7 with an 845 HP, AWD Mustang

Professional rally driver Ken Block and his Hoonigan racing team have returned with the latest tire-destroying showcase of car control theatrics known to man, Gymkhana.

Los Angeles 2014: VW Golf R 400 and GTI Roadster Concepts

VW is bringing a pair of concepts to the Los Angeles Auto Show that both started life as fairly standard Golfs, but while one is more or less steeped in reality, the other was born and bred in the virtual world long before any consideration was made to actually building a physical example of it.

Jaguar Launching New Historic Racing Series

Jaguar has announced that it will be creating its own one make series for vehicles made by the British automaker before 1966.

Classic: Ruf CTR

There are countless tuners in Europe and in the United States who specialize in making minor aesthetic modifications to high-end cars.

Gear Spotlight: I've Always Wanted That!

How many times have you looked a piece of much-needed racing gear and thought “I’ve always wanted that”, only to set it aside for another time?

Driven: 2015 Nissan GT-R

It’s been seven years since the R35 Skyline first made landfall in the US, and in that time, year-over-year changes to Godzilla have been largely incremental.

Gear Spotlight: I've Always Wanted That!

How many times have you looked a piece of much-needed racing gear and thought “I’ve always wanted that”, only to set it aside for another time?

WR TV: 2014 Lingenfelter Chevrolet Silverado Reaper

While we were out at Willow Springs for the MPG Track Days event we had a chance to take the Lingenfelter Reaper around a dirt course to check out the various modifications that the tuning company has made to the Silverado.

Rumors: McLaren Teases Its New 911 Fighter, the Sports Series

McLaren has a name for its upcoming sports car, one which is set to go toe-to-toe with the likes of the Audi R8, Porsche 911 GT3.