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The Real FX R/C car system works like a slot track, but with some major advantages

Slot car tracks were a ton of fun for racing with friends, but they came with some serious problems. Cars had a habit of flying off the track, pieces took a while to set up, and they required another person to race against. A new system called Real FX aims to bring the fun we all remember from slot-based racing to the modern era, with tracks that promise to be easier to set up, cars that actually assist the driver, and even AI opponents to race with when friends aren't around.  Read More

McLaren's only image release of the P1 GTR – the promise of things to come

McLaren Automotive is set to release a track-only version of its high-powered P1 supercar. By cranking up the horsepower to 986 hp (735 kw) and bestowing it with the iconic badge made famous by the F1 GTR that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans almost two decades ago, McLaren says the new P1 GTR will be "designed and developed as the best drivers’ car in the world on the track."  Read More

The ZEOD is racing out of Le Mans' Garage 56

Nissan's ZEOD RC hybrid electric racer has set a new record at Le Mans, hitting 300 km/h (186 mph) while running on electric power only down Mulsanne Straight in qualifying this week.  Read More

Lotus will build 81 Exige LF-1 models

In celebration of the 2014 F1 racing season, Lotus has revealed the Exige LF1 special edition. The hot, race-inspired limited-run car gets new black, gold and red livery, recalling Lotus race cars of generations past.  Read More

British motorsports start-up Elemental Cars has released initial details and images of its...

A British start-up has announced its intention to release a high-performance road-legal track car. Elemental Cars is based out of Surrey and comprises an experienced team from the motorsport industry. Its debut vehicle, the RP1, is a two-seat racer aimed at delivering performance and configurability.  Read More

Team Sky rider Chris Froome, with the new Pinarello Dogma F8

McLaren, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Ferrari have all done it ... now Jaguar Land Rover has done it, too. The legendary automaker recently joined forces with a major bicycle manufacturer, to create a super high-end bike. In this case, Jag collaborated with Italy's Pinarello to design the new Dogma F8 road bike, which will be used by the Team Sky racing team for the rest of the 2014 season.  Read More

The world debut of the new 2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO was made at ZDAYZ in North Carolina ... ...

Based off Datsun’s iconic 240Z series from the 1970s, Nissan’s 370Z resides on my design shelf as one of my favorite sports cars of the last 15 years. Now the company has unveiled a visually reworked, more powerful NISMO 370Z that recently made its world debut at the Nissan ZDAYZ event in North Carolina.  Read More

Four Nissan GT Academy winners will race at Le Mans this year, including two who will join...

Nissan has announced that four of its GT Academy gaming graduates will compete in this year's Le Mans 24 Hours race. These include the first "virtual-to-real" race driver Lucas Ordoñez and GT Academy Russia 2012 winner Mark Shulzhitsky, who has recently worked with Onroak Automotive on the development of the new Ligier JS P2 he'll be driving.  Read More

Jaguar plans to build the last six of original Lightweight E-Type run

It’s not unheard of for a car’s production to be interrupted for a few months or even a couple of years, but half a century is pushing it a bit. Jaguar announced today that it plans to complete the 18-car production run of the Jaguar Lightweight E-Type, which was suspended in 1964 after only 12 of the high-performance sports car were built.  Read More

This Corvette C7 Stingray is different than most in that its driver is quadriplegic and is...

What might it take to put a former Indy Racecar League driver back in the driver’s seat after a racing accident renders him quadriplegic? Perhaps a customized Corvette C7 Stingray, decked out by military and industry engineers to allow Sam Schmidt, now an owner of his own Indy team, to take back the metaphorical wheel.  Read More

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