Bristol has lived up to its legacy as fight breaks out between Logano and Hamlin.
The car pictured below is a Ferrari Mondial. Mike Tyson bought one with Don King’s credit. Story here.
Today, Formula 1 racing is the pinnacle of motorsports. Championship drivers are treated like gods, automobile manufacturers gain massive profits based on the outcomes of their teams (more specifically their cars) in the races, and most technologies in the car you drive has trickled down from years of F1 R&D. For almost 20 years, F1 racing has also been one of the safest motorsports in terms of casualty rate. Not a single driver has died in a Formula 1 race since the late great Ayrton Senna in 1994. [keep reading]
@GrahamRahal, driver of the Service Central, Chip Ganassi Racing #38 IndyCar, talks to Mojo Motors Regional Sales Manager Bryan Jennings. Listen to the entire interview by clicking the link below or get a recap of the interview after the jump. Click to listen to the Mojo Motors Race Report
Remember the GMC Typhoon? How about Motorweek? (One is actually still around). Found in the depths of YouTube is Motorweek’s 1992 review of the Typhoon titled “Shelter from the Storm.”
Your Ford SVT Contour is not a sleeper, but this 1972 Chevrolet Nova with 1,160 horsepower is.
China gets their own Jeep Wrangler with a dragon brandished across the side – the world isn’t jealous.
Retired Sprint Cup driver Rusty Wallace has been nominated for the Nascar Hall of Fame. He deserves it too for surviving a crash like this.