NASCAR is a huge sport, with legions of fans who turn out at the track to spend the weekend immersed in their favorite sport. It’s a carnival-like atmosphere with people in baseball caps and shirts and head-to-toe outfits in support of their favorite team. Its fans are just as enthusiastic as the guys who show […]
“It’s better to drive a slow car fast than a fast car slow,” says the old adage. That’s what was on display at Palmer Motorsports Park in Central Massachusetts, as part of the annual One Lap of America when Toyota brought out two special concepts: the Sienna R-Tuned Concept and the Sienna SE+ Concept.
It’s a big year for the Chevy Camaro, the Indianapolis 500 and Roger Penske.
Tired of being stuck behind that Prius driven by a hyper-miling pedal-featherer? Those days might be over. Today Toyota today introduced the Prius TRD SS, with an equivalent of 625hp, capable of eating a quarter mile in the 10 second bracket.
Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Connecticut is a legendary racing circuit. For high school students at nearby Ellis Tech, it’s also going to be a classroom where they’ll learn what it’s like to crew on an actual race team.
Racecar fans and shade tree mechanics beware. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may be gunning for your hot rod.
Wendell Scott was the first African-American driver on the NASCAR circuit, and the first (and still only) to win a Grand National race. NPR’s StoryCorps project recorded his son Frank’s remembrance, and artist Julie Zammarchi animated the interview in this short film.
There are few people out there who can drive like Ken Block. The man makes the impossible look easy. Watch one of his Gymkhana videos and you’ll suddenly realize you have the driving skills of a rank amateur. Block announced that he is extending his partnership with Ford Performance and aiming for the FIA World […]
Watching this old vs. new pit stop video it is easy to draw parallels to life in general.