McLaren F1 Replica Based On Porsche Boxster Is A Decent Effort

This is a way more affordable way to buy the 90s legend. The McLaren F1 is regarded by many as the greatest supercar of the 1990s. Produced between 1992 and 1998, the V12-powered sports car was limited to just 106 examples which, needless to say, means it’s very, very difficult

VW Business Strategy Bets on EVs, Autonomy and Mobility as a Service

Volkswagen rolled out its corporate strategy this week, heavily emphasizing software, EV development, connected services, and mobility as a service (MaaS) over the next few years as the automaker repositions itself for the future. The main thread of Wolfsburg’s plans envisions different kinds of revenue streams, as opposed to simply

2022 Audi e-tron GT On Sale This Summer, Prepare At Least $100K

2022 Audi e-tron GT goes on sale this summer in the US with a $99,900 starting MSRP before any charges or state/federal tax incentives. A hundred grand will buy you the e-tron GT quattro Premium Plus “entry-level” model, which packs plenty of standard kit. The base 2022 e-tron GT sports

IMSA, FIA, ACO Agree on Technical Specs for Single Prototype Design

In January of 2020 at the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Rolex 24 at Daytona, IMSA, the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), and the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) revealed a plan that would accomplish something that the industry, the racers and fans have been clamoring for lo these many years:

Our Toyota Venza Goes on a Family Road Trip

One of the reasons MotorTrend staffers love our Toyota Venza is because of its comfortable ride, luxurious style, and well-appointed cabin. Those traits also make the Venza a popular horse for road trips, and although it already saw some good action during our 4,000-plus mile round trip to Texas, the

Daniel Ricciardo on 'heartbreaking' Aus GP cancellation

Daniel Ricciardo is heartbroken not to be racing in his home country this season after the Australian GP was cancelled. The race organisers announced on Tuesday morning that the November race would not go ahead due to ‘restrictions and logistical challenges relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic’. Formula 1 had been

McLaren's theory on Daniel Ricciardo's qualifying struggles

Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren have been poring over the data to try and get to the bottom of the Aussie’s latest qualifying woes. Ricciardo’s season is turning into a rollercoaster with a series of ups and downs during the early stages of his McLaren. There are clear signs of progress

'Will' is on Pierre Gasly's side to return to Red Bull seat

Pierre Gasly has openly stated his willingness to return to the Red Bull seat he was demoted from halfway through the 2019 season. Gasly was chosen as the driver to replace the Renault-bound Daniel Ricciardo in 2019 but his stint in the seat alongside Max Verstappen on the other side

Toto Wolff opens up on mental health issues in 2020

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has spoken of the support he received from within his own team after a mentally challenging 2020 campaign. His own future, as well as the futures of the Mercedes team in Formula 1 and star driver Lewis Hamilton, were all under scrutiny during a year where

Dutch GP remains on course for 105k fans

Following a government announcement in the Netherlands, the Dutch Grand Prix looks set to go ahead in front of capacity crowds. The race in Zandvoort was set to return to the calendar in 2020, but that never came to pass as the race was cancelled due to the global pandemic.