Archive For February, 2013

The Hot, Not-For-America Audi RS4 Avant Goes….Paintballing…?

By | February 28, 2013

Audi is known for their super hot cars in Europe that are unobtainable forbidden fruit to us ‘Mericans. Case and point- the new B8 Audi RS4 Avant, a vehicle that checks each box on a petrolhead’s list paired with the practicality of a beige wagon for the family. It other words it’s exactly what you […]

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Porsche 991 GT3 RSR Testing

By | February 26, 2013

When Porsche built the new 991 we were able to take a look at it and compared it to the previous 997 version.  We found the new car was much better than the outgoing car despite being bigger.  Nearly a year later the new race car is nearly finished.  The 991 GT3 RSR has been […]

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Weekend Wallpaper: #40 Audi R8 LMS – look back

By | February 24, 2013

As mentioned before, this is Audi’s “turn key” race car. The Audi R8 LMS. In fact, this is the same car we covered back in July. Audi has expanded their Customer Racing program, so expect to see a slightly tweaked version of this car in most of your favorite series. In fact, at this years […]

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Kirkham Motorsports Open House

By | February 23, 2013

Nestled in Provo, Utah lies a hidden gem, the Kirkham Motorsports factory.  It isn’t so much a factory as it is a shop were they hand build aluminum bodied Shelby Cobra replicas.  The cars are built in the same way a Pagani is built, to order.  Kirkham Motorsports will build you a Cobra starting at […]

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FMD: Friday Motoring Diversion

By | February 22, 2013

Friday Motoring Diversion – Circuit of The Americas Track Lap

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McLaren P1: World’s Fastest Plug-In Hybrid

By | February 21, 2013

I’ve been saying for years that if hybrid drive-train technology is ever going to really take off with consumers, the engineers have got to build it into a car that has some sex appeal. The Toyota Prius and Honda Insight are popular enough, I suppose, and they aren’t bad-looking little cars for suburban runabouts… but […]

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