Video Insanity: China’s Sports Car Club Sports Some Seriously Awesome Hardware

When I think about China in the context of cars, I think about the reason Buick wasn’t sent to the crusher with Oldsmobile and wacky stuff like this. To me, communism means Soviet-era Moscow—and it’s safe to say nobody there was rolling a Lamborghini Countach. But that shows what I know, because in the context of vehicles, China has about as much in common with the USSR as daisies do with chemical warfare.

  Comments | By - April 16, 2012

Gemballa McLaren Wrecks on Nurburgring Circuit

Not the best way to start your racing team. That tangled mess of aluminum and carbon fiber is what’s left of Gemballa’s GT3 race car. The car was one of two that Gemballa was running at the Nurburgring race track during the Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstreckenpokal Nürburgring (VLN, for the rest of us).

  Comments | By - April 15, 2012

This Porsche Will Probably Kill You, But There are Worse Things Than Death

This wicked twin-turbo Porsche was posted up on Reddit’s /r/cars section and while none of my buddies know anything about it, I couldn’t resist posting this pic. Like the set-ups I’ve seen from Lamborghini specialists—and evil sorcerers—of  Underground Racing this one is almost too pretty to hidden behind a bumper.

  Comments | By - April 15, 2012

Gloss Charcoal HRE Wheels Look Smoking Hot on the Ferrari FF

Since I haven’t seen it in person, my opinion of Ferrari’s FF isn’t completely formed. Now, I love the idea of a four-seater that’s faster than an Enzo, the videos of it playing in the snow are awesome. But the hindquarters are still kind of a buzz kill.

  Comments | By - April 9, 2012

Koenigsegg Agera R hits 250mph on the Ring

Koenigsegg’s CCX marked their arrival as a certifiable super car maker in 2006, while the Agera, marks them as certifiably awesome. No one looked at the CCX and said it was perfect. In fact, Top Gear lamented the lack of rear downforce by not having a wing loudly enough, that they fixed with the CCX-R.

  Comments | By - April 9, 2012

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