Japan's Sound of Engine is everything you want in a car show. And more.
How fast? A Super GT racing machine will basically lop the head off a DTM car with a carbon-fiber katana.
Korea charges boldly into the sport-sedan fray.
The new breed of electric hot rodders.
Revs will save us all.
Take a lap around the Emerald Isle with us to explore its rich motoring history.
Fast and loose.
Spring is coming. Time for a lengthy road trip in a classic car. That's what The Thaw is all about.
Driving Mitsubishi's forgotten homologation special will make you wonder why the company's new crossovers are so boring.
There's not enough room in here for distraction. A Lotus exists only in the immediate.
The BMW-based twin-turbo machine did 180 mph in 1991, putting it on equal footing with the wildest cars from Ferrari and Lamborghini.
In 1967, this factory-backed 100-hp MG ran alongside Ford GT40s and Porsche 906s and won at the highest levels of motorsports.
Love it or hate it, the Datsun 510 kicked off the tuner culture behind every modified Japanese car you see on the road today.
Japan's latest giant-slaying compact faces off against rival ronin.
It's a car of the moment, but is it a car that will be remembered for a generation?
Porsche's first wagon is a dream come true.
In 1979, F1 team owner Walter Wolf paid $600,000 for what was then the only road-legal, 740-hp Porsche 935.
The Si loses that high-revving magic in favor of turbo power. Does that ruin it?
While other Japanese sports cars are beef, the RX-7 Spirit R is the knife that cuts the steak.
If you want to drive a car that feels like it's full of bees, then this Mini is for you.
If you love rotary engines, chances are you love Racing Beat.
There may be many generations of the Civic Si, but this is the one synonymous with the name. The blue one.
It's more than a Camaro with a Z06 engine. A lot more.
Craig Callum races a Ford Model A on sand. And he creates Lego kits. He's living your dream.
We drive the Sierra RS Cosworth and brand new Focus RS to find what gives RS Fords that magic juju.
You might not know Alvis or Brooklands, but you'll love this car.