Ginetta boss Lawrence Tomlinson has an estimated wealth of $800 million and knows a few things about racing, having won the GT2 class at Le Mans in 2006 driving a Panoz Esperante. Now, his company offers way more than just fun cars. »
That trophy goes to a lifted pickup truck from the seventies. But what are these cars doing in Dubai in the first place? Enjoying sand dunes and long stretches of open tarmac. Duh. »
The thing about the 1995 McLaren F1 GTRs is that they were race cars which ended up being heavier and less powerful than the road cars they were based on. But that was still good enough for a 1-3-4-5 at Le Mans. »
The difference between the first real crossover and most of what followed is that the AMC Eagle was awesome. But so was the Citroën Xantia Break Buffalo 4x4.
Morgan built just sixty of these speedsters to celebrate its centenary, and they are all sold out by now. Driving experiences don’t get much purer than this. »
As somebody who grew up in Europe, I don’t know much about drag racing, and even less about crazy dragster trucks. Yet I just couldn’t stop watching these beasts go fast in a straight line one after another. »
Kids these days have no respect for supercars. Especially in Portland, where the bicycle and the Prius reign as king and queen. »