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Classic: Alfa Romeo Tipo 33

A small team of Alfa Romeo engineers began developing the Tipo 33 racer in 1964. Largely controlled by the Italian government, Milan-based Alfa was eager to return to the track after a nearly 15-year long absence.

Classic: Mini Cooper

Although designed first and foremost a city-friendly econobox, the original Mini began its transition into a rally icon when it caught the attention of John Cooper, a good friend of Alec Issigonis, the man behind the car’s brilliant design.

Speed Secrets: What Tools Are In *Your* Instructor Toolbox?

This week's contributor, Bill Wade, has delivered more than his fair share of training to other drivers, both on and off the track.

McLaren Teases Sports Series, Looks Back at Street Car Heritage

Today McLaren released another image of the upcoming the Sports Series, giving us a full view of a crossed-up prototype in minimal camouflage.

WR TV: 2014 Nissan Juke Nismo RS

This week we’ve got the keys to Nissan’s sporty crossver, the Juke Nismo, here in the uprated RS trim.

Rumors: Mini Superleggera Headed for Production?

Earlier this year Mini unveiled a design study that showcased what a next-generation drop top might look like, were the automaker to actually build such a car.

Production Version of Acura NSX Headed to Detroit

It looks like the long and at times difficult gestation of the new Acura NSX is finally coming to a close, as Acura confirmed today that the production-spec NSX would make its official debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show on Jan.

Jaguar Shows Off See-Through Pillars and “Ghost Car” Navigation Future Tech

Historically, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been the model which foretells the future of the common automobile – after all, features like ABS, stability control, and adaptive cruise control all made their production car debuts in an S-Class, and typically it takes about five years of progress for those innovations to become commonplace in the market.

Toyo Proxies R1R Get Reclassified to 200 Treadwear – What You Need to Know Before Heading to the Track

Toyo recently announced that the popular R1R extreme performance tire has been reclassified with a new treadwear rating of 200 AA A.

Rumors: Honda Civic Type R Headed to the US

For many years now, Honda enthusiasts stateside have had to watch from the sidelines as European buyers hooned around the countryside in the hot-blooded Civic Type R while we had to make do with the Si model as the sportiest iteration available.

Classic: The Origins of the Mitsubishi Lancer

Though the writing had been on the walls for some time, the announcement earlier this year that the current iteration of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution would be the last was still a bitter pill to swallow.

Speed Secrets: Keeping Your Car Healthy

These week, data guy Matt Romanowski writes about how to use your data system to help you monitor the health of your engine.

Closed Cockpit Palatov D2 Coming in 2015

Palatov Motorsport, builders of race cars like the highly successful D4PPS hill climb car are currently developing a revamped version of the rear-wheel drive D2, which will now include some modularity in terms of the body design to include a fully enclosed cockpit configuration to go along with the

Audi Reveals Finalized Race Calendar for the Audi Sport TT Cup Series

Just a few short weeks after announcing the new series, Audi has a finalized race calendar for the Sport TT Cup.

Rumors: 2016 Ford Focus RS Coming Stateside with Well Over 300 Horsepower

Sources at Road and Track are reporting that at an even this morning, Ford President and CEO Mark Fields has confirmed that the Focus RS will be sold worldwide.

Google Showcases the Features of Android Auto

Much like Apple’s CarPlay system, which offers deeper integration between Apple mobile devices and the touchscreen interface on new vehicle models that support it, Google’s Android Auto well on its way to finding a spot on your dashboard as well.

Images of New John Cooper Works Mini Leaked Before Official Reveal

The hottest version of the third generation Mini Cooper is set to official debut next month at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, but Australian site Car Advice has decided to beat them to the punch, revealing shots of the new car as well as some details on what the JCW treatment will entail.

Gear Spotlight: All the Essentials to Get Ready to Go Racing

For many, half the battle of making the jump from racing fan to racing participant involves cobbling together the requisite gear.

Preview: Ferrari Sergio

A mere three months after its production announcement, the first Ferrari Sergio has been delivered to a customer in the United Arab Emirates, one of just six Ferrari Sergio examples scheduled to be built.

WR TV: ZF TechAcademy at Donaldson Air Force Base

ZF Friedrichshafen AG, also known as ZF Group, is an engineering company based in Baden-Württemberg, Germany that was founded 1915.