All with video to back them up, these are some of the quickest production cars to ever lap Germany's most famous, difficult track.
All video-verified, here are 10 of the fastest U.S. cars to lap the 'Ring.
High speed spin on one of the narrowest tracks in the world and no big crash?
Old Porsches make for lovely stage rally machines.
There are dozens of iconic circuits around the world. Which one is your absolute bucket-list destination?
It also has a center seating position and a sequential gearbox. The perfect racing hatch? We think so.
Toyota won the Manufacturers' title, Hyundai lost it all.
What do we even call this? A race-UV?
It's certainly not the fastest thing out there, but it's got spirit, and that's what counts.
This car has gone through an extensive transformation to become the hillclimb conquerer you see here.
It's one of the most iconic race tracks in America.
It's 8.4 liters of V10 fury wearing a "Don't Mess With Texas" livery. It doesn't get any more kickass than this.
Not too much, and not too little. Just right.
One of NASCAR's greatest drivers died at 83 this week. His 1969 Daytona 500 teammate, Mario Andretti, reflects on his legacy.
The carbon fiber nose cone of a Formula One car costs $170,000-200,000. No wonder why Red Bull Racing takes maintenance seriously.
In the 1970s, a Spanish racing mechanic decided to beat the British at the Mini game. And everybody else.
You could go rallying with a Subaru WRX or a Ford Fiesta, but why would you when you could use a Ferrari 308 instead?
The announcement was more than welcome, but it was also thin on specifics.
Somehow, replacing that lovely 3.5-liter V8 with a different engine made this F355 sound even better.
Your racing-fanatic neighbor has a Ford GT40? That's cute!