Ten years ago, having a 707 hp road-legal muscle car like the Dodge Challenger or Charger would have made absolutely no sense. Heck, even in 2017, it seems amazing that such a powerful car is relatively easily available to the masses. Read more »
Aston Martin and Porsche may not make a lot of models that compete directly with one another, but the two European luxury sports car manufacturers are about to show down in another market altogether. That unlikely setting is the market for high-end condominiums in Miami. Read more »
With a 0-60 time quoted at 2.8 seconds and a top speed in excess of 217 miles per hour, the Lamborghini Aventador SV will cover ground faster than most anything else on the road. But with over 70 percent of the world's surface covered in water, what's a well-endowed speed demon to do when he (or she) runs out of road? Read more »
Aston Martin has made some highly desirable sports and racing cars over its hundred-plus years of history. Singling out just one as the most important is no idle praise, but that's just what RM Sotheby's calls the one you see here. Read more »
I live in Ohio, specifically, Northeast Ohio. It's not easy to find nice things in this part of the country. That should be all you need to know about why I didn't start looking for cars in my home state—salty roads mean rusty cars. It's a shame. I was stupid a few years ago and sold my all-original 1993 Honda Prelude VTEC to instead pick up...
Challenge for the Championship is a short documentary produced for British Leyland that covers the 1977 Formula One season. It’s largely commentated by Colin Chapman, and offers a unique look into the insight he had, it’s also interesting to note how much is the same within F1 even 40+ years later.
There’s some excellent footage of Nikki Lauda, Mario Andretti, Jacques Lfti, and James Hunt, and plenty of footage of the Lotus 78 – a car that I still personally consider to be one of the best looking of the 1970s (if not all time).