Carrying highway speeds over bumpy gravel roads will destroy a normal car. Here's how rally teams modify their cars to stand up to the abuse.
There isn't much that can stop a rally driver.
The speeds double, but the roads don't get any safer.
Five right over crest into...parked Land Rover?
Porsche really needs to bring a factory-backed rally program back.
Top Gear's Rory Reid get David Higgins and goes to some of the best rally stages in Wales.
Snow and ice won't stop these rally cars from taking flight.
This mini-documentary highlights the greatest feats of winter driving from Rally Sweden's 60--year history.
Even with ice on the ground, these race cars can go flat-out.
Turns out big two-door luxury coupes can do the rally thing pretty well.
A rear-engine race car on a slippery surface is a recipe for disaster—unless you're a Porsche factory driver, of course.
Not even ice-covered roads can slow these rockets down.
Forget big-budget racing. This is the good stuff.
Old-school 911 race cars shooting flames? Sure.
At a tarmac hillclimb, anything goes—including open-wheel Formula racers.
Group B rallying might've ended in the 1980s, but the cars are still alive and well.
It never gets old.
This video of the rally-prepped version of Fiat's latest roadster makes us wonder why Fiat doesn't just sell every 124 this way.