It's certainly not the fastest thing out there, but it's got spirit, and that's what counts.
It's one of the most iconic race tracks in America.
The Stradale is lightweight and bare-bones with real downforce. But you have to drive it like you mean it.
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.
Looks and sounds good enough to stop anyone in their tracks.
Back in 1990, sport compact coupes ruled, and Dodge picked a fight with the Ford Probe and Toyota Celica.
Like so many out there, I just want to drive this Gordon Murray-designed V8 beast already.
This 4x4 is truly a 2/3rds-scale Wrangler. Too bad it's not coming to the US.
The numbers are small, and you probably won't feel the extra power. But they do work.
This car represents the end of the naturally-aspirated, manual-transmission era at Aston Martin. It's a proper sendoff.
If you can find one, it makes a great buy today.
Cut the mufflers off an S600, and you get a symphony of fantastic exhaust sounds.
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.