It’s not every day you can buy a race car. But if you have really, really, really deep pockets, this original Porsche 917 can be yours. One of only 12 John Wyer-built Gulf 917s ever made, this 5.0-liter flat-six-powered, 630 horsepower race car was (and presumably still is) capable of 220 mph, thanks to a 1,764-lb curb weight.
You may have heard of the Porsche 918, the Ferrari LaFerrari, or perhaps the McLaren P1. The triumvirate of gas-hybrid hypercars can claim otherworldly press acclaim and legions of fans, but there’s a good chance (a very good chance at that) that neither you nor I own one.
Looks like the Top Gear boys are at it again. And while they’re usually taking to the streets in a trio of six-figure supercars, these might be even better.
This has been a big year for recalls, with most coming from the giants like General Motors and Toyota. Apparently, though, our favorite hypercars aren’t without their own potentially dangerous flaws.
After failing a career fourth drug test earlier this year, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon was more apt to be fitted for a suit jacket than a team jersey in 2014. But according to new NFL rulings, the 23-year-old could see significant playing time this season.
Every auto show seems to bring with it not just an amazing display of production cars, but a selection of prototypes for cars that we may see in the future. Some of those prototypes eventually make it to production with slight changes. Others look completely different and others still never go beyond that initial prototype. You can now see some of Porsche’s most amazing prototypes at a new exhibit at the Porsche Museum.
This is Hat. Hat is a monkey. More specifically, Hat is a pygymy marmoset, which are normally native to the jungles of South America. But Hat decided upon a more lavish lifestyle. A lifestyle filled with beautiful women, beaches, and one epic supercar collection.
What do you do when you have a gorgeous Porsche 918 Spyder Hybrid sitting in your garage? You take that thing out for a spin to go get some coffee, like a boss. At least, that’s what you do when you’re Jerry Seinfeld.
Now that the 918 is all said and done, Porsche has its sights set directly on McLaren and Ferrari. If you think about it, between the 911 and 918, there’s really nothing that competes directly with the 458 and McLaren 650S. At least, not yet.
When you think of Hollywood celebrities with a serious automotive bug, Joe Rogan dwindles further back in the pack behind the usual cast and crew – Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld, Ralph Lauren, etc. But hold on, because the guy has quite a storied sports car past.
- Auto Shows
- Bold Rant
- Bold Ride of the Week
- Bold School
- Brilliant Mind Behind
- Classified of the Week
- eBay Car Of The Week
- Event Highlights
- Future Ride
- Hot Rods
- Jaw Dropper
- Most Popular
- Race Ride
- Sold Ride
- Spied Ride
- Tech Ride
- The List
- Weekly News Recap
- Weird Ride
- Wheels Wallpaper
- Who am I?
- Your Ride
4x4 Aston Martin Audi BMW Bold School Bugatti Cadillac Camaro Chevrolet Classic Car Concept Car Corvette Coupe Dodge eBay Car of the Week Ferrari Ford Future Ride Green Jaguar Jaw Dropper Lamborghini McLaren Mercedes-Benz motorsport Muscle Car Mustang Nissan Porsche race ride Racing Sports Car Supercar SUV Tech Ride The List Toyota trucks Tuner Unveiled Video Volkswagen Wallpaper weird ride Your Ride