Before it could become a legend, it had to prove itself against the competition.
Please don't do this.
After high school, the now famous director couldn't afford a 911, so he bought the next best Porsche with a flat-six: a 914-6.
Two Dutch friends teamed up to build the most enjoyable Defenders money can buy.
The Escort Cosworth is a four-wheel drive drift machine that came from the WRC's golden age in the 1990s.
And what if your car is from 1961, and it's raining outside?
This was the last update the third-gen Firebird received before it was replaced. It was a fitting send-off.
What the Bugatti Chiron can do, the Koenigsegg Agera RS can complete 5.52 seconds faster, reaching 250 mph in the process.
Bruce McLaren was a fan of the GT40 for multiple reasons, all of which come to shine during a six-hour endurance race at Spa.
At a 1987 IMSA GTP race at Lime Rock, Al Holbert was racing hard.
The trickiest thing about a modern race car isn't the power or the grip—it's the brakes.
Ford didn't go to Le Mans in the 1950s. Nobody told Bruce Leven that.
Here's yet another victory for the slow-car-fast brigade.
Which means it will always be fixable, even if it'll never be fast.
A new Lotus Evora 400 costs nearly $100,000. Or you could build your own mid-engine sports car with a blown Toyota V6.
Big Mike's favorite Corolla Levin is a fully built rally car running its seventh engine, ready for another swap to reach perfection.
The Toyota Corolla's 'Tommi Makinen Edition' in the hands of fellow Finn Juho Hänninen.
Driver Renger Van Der Zande pulled this corkscrew move right out of the Alex Zanardi playbook.
Designer Ken Okuyama's Kode 57 is based on the Ferrari 599 and styled as a tribute to the original 1957 Testa Rossa.
With a big gnarly turbocharger and a suspension built for off-roading, this 400-hp stick-shift Rolls is an outrageous delight.
Luckily for us, testing for the 2018 World Rally Championship never stops.
This is where all-wheel drive comes handy.
The car that made Bruce McLaren a Can-Am legend is still as demanding today as it was back in 1967.
Flooring this 500-hp lightweight sports car on a cold morning goes from "s**t" to "f***ing hell" in no time.
How much chance does a tiny Austin A40 have against a Mk1 Jaguar and its big straight-six power? The key is late braking.