Category Archives: Race Ride

Live Your NASCAR Fantasy with Cale Yarborough’s Hardee’s Stock Car

Nascar Stock Car Auction

At one point in all our young lives, we had all hoped to grow up to be a NASCAR driver. Turning left and wearing a helmet never looked so good. While most of us will never achieve that dream, now you can get behind the wheel of a stock car that drove some of the most iconic tracks around. Continue Reading »

Mazda Wants to Make a Return to Le Mans

Mazda 787B

1991 was a pretty historic year for Mazda. Not only was the then-new Miata singlehandedly reviving the roadster segment, the 787B race car was dominating other cars on the track with its high-revving Wankel rotary engine. The 787B took the overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and was Mazda’s only victory at the iconic French circuit. Continue Reading »

Rare 1935 Aston Martin Sells for $4.5 Million


If competing at one iconic venue earns a racecar substantial pedigree, racing competitively at four gives it legendary status.  Continue Reading »

Wow: Josh Wise and Dogecar Return to NASCAR Grid at Sonoma

Josh Wise Dogecar image

Think you can keep a good doge down? Think again. Last year, Josh Wise and his Doge Coin Chevy were the poster child of Reddit’s /r/dogecoin and /r/Nascar community, who backed the car, and even garnered enough votes to make it into the all-star race. Now, the Dogecar is back, and it’s derpier than ever. Continue Reading »

Dodge Challenger Roars into Summer With New Drag Pak


In 2008, Mopar reintroduced an out-of-the-box competitive drag racing package for the Dodge Challenger – the V8 Drag Pak. In 2010, it followed that race-ready setup with a brawling V10 package. And now, Mopar is bringing the thunder back to drag strips for summer 2015. Enter the 2015 Dodge Challenger Drag Paks.  Continue Reading »

Rare Mazda 767B Racecar Crashes at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Mazda 767B-02

An exceptionally rare Mazda racecar has crashed at an esteemed British car event. The car was the rotary-powered 767B, and though the driver walked away unharmed, the crash underscores the dangers in racing–even in an exhibition.

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This Porsche 956 Group C Prototype Hits the Auction Block at Pebble Beach

Porsche 956 Group C Prototype

This year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance will be your chance to own this incredible Porsche 956 Group C Prototype. The vehicle will be going up for auction at the swank event providing someone with very deep pockets the chance to add an exclusive car to their collection. Continue Reading »

Hitching A Ride in Tanner Foust’s 900HP Volkswagen Drift Passat


Sometimes, having the right car, at the right moment, can get you into places that you wouldn’t normally get into. It’s like being at the right place at the right time. When I moved out to California, I unloaded my FR-S in favor of something new; a Volkswagen Golf R. After testing the Golf R in San Diego and scaring my editor for life, I knew I had to own one. And from there, it was my key to unlocking a host of Volkswagen owner events. Continue Reading »

The Ford GT Has Officially Returned to Le Mans


The history of the Ford GT cannot be told without mention of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In the early ‘60s, Ferrari backed out of a merger with Ford. Henry Ford II said “lets go beat them” in slightly less endearing terms, and by 1966, the Ford GT had blitzed Ferrari and won the legendary race. Come 2016, it’ll get another shot.  Continue Reading »

This Vintage Rally Corvette is Up For Grabs


Since the Corvette was introduced back in 1953, the car has received critical acclaim the world over for its power, beauty, and ability to take on nearly any car in its path. It’s that racing pedigree with a road-car persona that makes the Corvette a legend amongst legends. Continue Reading »