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Anyone who has ever competed in a first generation Volkswagen GTI at any level (my first autocross was in one, way back in 1983), knows that the cars were great fun to toss around and had a penchant for cornering on three wheels.
Guest post by driving event coordinator Rick Morelli. Last week at the Rockcliffe Flying Club in Ottawa, over 100 B.F.
Years ago The Garage posted a popular series titled ‘Forgotten Sporty Cars’. Popular with our readers, the series featured several sporty cars from the 70’s and 80’s, a time when affordable sporty cars were sold by nearly every major manufacturer.
We’re not in Geneva, but our buddy Zack Spencer from Driving Television is, and Subaru let him have a peek at the new 2018 Subaru Crosstrek yesterday, before it was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show.
When a company sets out to conquer any given market, they often start out by showing the world just how unique their products are, by creating something that is way outside of what it expected within that market.
We know it’s been getting to you. The lack of sleep, constant nail-biting and pacing can end now because there’s an answer to the question, “Will my Ford GT be fast enough?
Red Bull Global Rallycross’s Silly Season hasn’t been as tumultuous as previous years, but there still have been some interesting announcements since Patrik Sandell was snapped up to join Chris Atkinson for a new Subaru Rally Team USA lineup: 2016 Season champion Scott Speed has a new sponsor for 2017, teaming up with Oberto and Circle K.
Some would agree that it is not easy being the middle child. In today’s Jeep family, you could argue this is where the Cherokee stands.
As a kid in the Seventies, I used to look forward to the Toronto auto show every year. My parents had split up, which meant no more race cars for me, but my step-father always took me to the auto show and for a number of years that was the only place that I got to see racing cars.
In a live reveal this morning at the fantastic John Basset Theatre in downtown Toronto, the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada announced the Canadian Car/Utility Vehicle of the Year.
2018 Dodge Durango SRT Put a few gearheads in a garage with some cold beer and it won’t be long before someone gets a crazy idea about stuffing a huge engine into some unsuspecting car.
The intention was to shoot for a win in the production class, but when it came time to perform, returning Canadian rally star “Crazy Leo” Urlichich pulled it all together in spectacular fashion to win the Canadian Rally Championship portion of the 2017 Rallye Perce Neige.
Red Bull GRC has announced the 2017 season with a few surprises. Washington D.C., held in the lot of RFK Stadium for the past three years, is no longer on the schedule.
After a couple of years away from competing, Canadian rally star Leo “Crazy Leo” Urlichich is making a return to the action, beginning this weekend at the season opening Rallye Perce Neige in Maniwaki, Quebec.
With more than 118,000 units sold in Canada in 2016 and more than half a century of leading the sales charts, Ford’s F-150 is the undisputed king of the light truck market.
Ok, so this isn’t really new news, as the winners of the 2017 Canadian Truck King Challenge were announced back in the Fall.
The 2017 Race of Champions Nations Cup, held this weekend, may seem like a bit of a bust for Team Canada if you were just watching our favourite Indycar star.
Ontario driver Ian Crerar described the roads on the morning of day 3 at Monte Carlo as absolutely treacherous.
Hyundai WRC pilot Haydon Padden has issued the following statement regarding the death of a spectator during competition at the Rallye Monte Carlo on Thursday evening.
Joaquim Santos’ Ford RS200 enters the crowd at Rally de Portugal in 1986. Photographer unknown. By its very nature, rally is the most pure form of motorsport.