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"Halo" system would protect against head injuries.
The gateway drug to top-tier motorsports.
A ride with the four-time world champ.
Cheer up, disgruntled NASCAR fans.
Rivalries fuel our passion for motorsports. Rivalries between nations. Rivalries between manufacturers. Rivalries between teams. And most dramatic of all, rivalries between drivers.
The Legendary Dakar Rally makes a successful transition to South America.
This year’s wildest – and most promising – rookie, Scott Speed doesn’t fit the typical NASCAR mold, and he likes it that way.
From a loose collection of start-ups to perhaps the most influential car company in the world came ten decades – 100 years – of history-making events.
Four-hundred horsepower is impressive today. It was incredible in 1935, when the dying Duesenberg company built two “short” wheelbase (125 inches all the same) Duesenberg J chassis with specially tuned supercharged engines given that rating.
Mankind’s great quest to move faster, to shorten the time between distant points, is one of the pillars of progress. It’s also a huge rush.