These days, sedans, hatchbacks, and even SUVs are laying down seriously fast 'Ring times.
Chris Hoy, the Olympian turned racing driver, decided to find out.
Well, maybe not if you care about hearing loss, that is.
Only 57 examples exist. This one is for sale. You need it.
Unlike some Lotuses (Loti?) of the past, the latest Evora is actually a nice place to spend time in. It's also very, very fast.
McLaren P1 GTR versus Aston Martin Vulcan: Is there really a wrong choice here?
Friend-of-the-site Dale Lomas spotted the GT2 RS lapping alone on the Nurburgring. It might be going for a lap record
This is what happens when you dump tens of thousands of dollars into an old 964.
After months of waiting, Subaru finally dropped the full in-car video of the 6:57.5 Nordschleife record lap.
Showing it off at the Goodwood Revival was all it took for the company to sell all 60 examples.
Don't want to blend into the Shelby crowd at your next track event? The RTR Mustang is the car for you.
'Ring regular Dale Lomas gets a go behind the wheel of the crowd-funded Viper ACR, and he seems to enjoy it. A lot.
This 50-year old Volvo has over 400 horsepower and tons of upgrades. Despite all that, it still feels 50 years old.
Driver skill is everything.
Among the lists of items for sale are Mazda MX-5 Miatas, Ford Mustangs, and Porsche 911s.
We're on the edge of our seats waiting for Porsche to set a lap time in its fastest 911 ever.
Slippery fluid at a high-speed portion of the famed track is the worst possible scenario.
Driver Dino Zamparelli isn't holding anything back, even on test runs.
Even three years into production, the Viper ACR is still topping lap boards.
Aston Martin's nutty track machine sounds great and looks like a rip-roaring good time.
Back in 1994, Callaway created one of the most beautiful—and most capable—Corvettes ever. The SuperNatural LM.
One of the Demon's most clever tricks is actually pretty simple to understand.
A reminder you don't need 1340 horsepower to go fast.
There's a fin on top of the car that displays a light telling you if its okay to touch the car or not.
Nowadays, HPDE events are held in a relatively safe environment. But not back then.
AMG's most hardcore GT variant yet finally makes a camouflaged appearance on the Nurburgring.