Chris Perkins

Web Editor

Chris Perkins is the Web Editor for Road & Track magazine. He spends his free time tending to a 1996 Mazda Miata and explaining the merits of the Porsche 996 to anyone who'll listen.

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The Buick Regal T-Type Showed a New Way Forward for Performance Cars

The Regal T-Type proved the V8 wasn't the be-all end-all.

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A 2004 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Is Still a Monster Today

With some cheap bolt-ons, the 2004 SVT Cobra is a near-500-hp car.

Ugh: Of Course the New Fiesta ST, Which Isn't Coming to America, Is Great

Ford Performance nailed the new Fiesta ST. We'll just have to keep buying old ones.

Father of the Ford GT, Ousted at Ford, Now President of Company That Builds the GT
Raj Nair left his role as president of Ford North America in February after an investigation over "innapropriate behavior." Now he join…
Here's All 23 of Carroll Shelby's Personal Cars Up For Auction Next Month

There's something for everyone, from rare Shelby Mopar prototypes to a 750-hp GT500.

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda Gets It

His company is working towards a self-driving future. But he hasn't lost sight of what makes so many people love cars.

All the Cool Tech in the 2018 Mustang GT's 5.0-Liter V8

The traditional American V8 has been around for decades, but don't call this one old-fashioned.

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The 17 Most Powerful Naturally Aspirated Cars You Can Get Today

Turbos are all well and good, but atmospheric is where it's at.

Two-Second Club: Every Car We've Tested That Ran 0-60 MPH In Less Than 3.0 Seconds

We collect test data on lots of cars. Here are the quickest.

The Guy Responsible for Every Great Ford Performance Car Has Left for Jaguar Land Rover
Jamal Hameedi, lead engineer at Ford Performance from 2013 to 2018, has taken on a new role at Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operat…
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2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: What We Know

Ford is working on a mega-powerful Mustang to challenge the Camaro ZL1 and Challenger Hellcat. Here's what we've heard.

The Heroic Effort to Save Porsche's First Le Mans Winner

It took years to restore the Porsche 356 that won its class at Le Mans in 1951.

The 2018 Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Is a Car of the Moment

This hybrid looks to the future while nodding at the past.

The 1991 GMC Syclone Was Perfectly Impractical

A bad pickup, but a great performance car.

I Am Completely Transfixed Watching the McLaren Senna's Wing In Action

The McLaren Senna uses active aero like nothing before it.

What Chevy Gains By Using a Pushrod Engine in the Corvette

Before you call a pushrod engine old-fashioned, know that there's inherent greatness in its design.

12 of the Fastest Four-Doors Around the Nurburgring

These days, sedans, hatchbacks, and even SUVs are laying down seriously fast 'Ring times.

The New BMW M5 Is One of the Quickest Sedans Ever at the Nurburgring

It just set a 7:38.9 on the Nordschliefe in the hands of Germany's Sport Auto. That's hugely quick.

The 617-HP 2019 BMW M5 Competition Is Proof the Performance Car World Is Absurd

The M5 is crazy quick. Naturally, BMW has made a quicker version.

The Clever Way Mazda Nearly Eliminates Turbo Lag

Mazda has an elegant solution to spool up the turbo in its 2.5-liter four-cylinder.

There Are Only 11 New Performance Cars You Can Buy With a Naturally Aspirated V8

If you want a new performance car that has a V8 without turbo- or supercharging, these are your only 12 options.

Exploring the Forgotten Nurburgring Circuit In a 911 GT3 RS

You know the Nordschleife and the GP Circuit. Now it's time to learn about the Sudschleife.

What It's Like to Drive Jack Brabham's Three Greatest Cars

The BT7, BT24, and BT33 represent an incredible legacy.

Why Acura Only Sold Five NSXes in the US Last Month

It's not because no one wants this mid-engine hybrid supercar.

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