A Turbo Hayabusa-Powered Willys Jeep Is Enough to Make You Forget LS Swaps Forever

Has anyone else stopped caring about thousand-horsepower LS- and K-swaps? Sure, the result is great, but it’s hardly revolutionary. Instead, in this jaded internet world, we need something nobody has done before. Something like…a Suzuki Hayabusa-swapped Willys Jeep. The project of a fellow who goes by the name DJ on

WEC news: Cool Racing latest team to skip Bahrain finale

The Cool Racing LMP2 team has become the latest squad to pull out of next weekend’s Bahrain FIA World Endurance Championship season finale. The latest version of the entry list for the eight-hour race on November 14 has the Swiss outfit’s solo Oreca 07 missing, leaving only six cars in

Racing Point defends pit call that cost Perez Imola F1 podium

Racing Point Formula 1 team technical director Andrew Green insists that the decision to pit Sergio Perez late in the Emilia Romagna GP was the right one at the time. The late stop cost Perez a potential third place and left him rueing a “painful” outcome that saw him eventually

Tony Stewart and NHRA Top Fuel Racer Leah Pruett Are Officially a Couple

Racer Tony Stewart’s enthusiasm for all sorts of motorsports is no secret, with the three-time Nascar Cup champion also having logged time in IndyCars, USAC midget, sprint cars and Silver Crown cars; the World of Outlaws sprint cars and Ollie’s All Stars sprint cars (he owns the series); sports cars

Racing Point confirm seven COVID-19 cases | Planet F1

Racing Point have confirmed seven of their staff have tested positive for COVID-19 during the 2020 F1 season, including both drivers. Sergio Perez missed the two races at Silverstone in August after producing a positive test result for the coronavirus, while Lance Stroll sat out the Eifel Grand Prix at

Ed Carpenter Racing retains VeeKay for 2021

Rinus Veekay, who will today earn IndyCar’s Rookie of the Year title, will remain at Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet for a second season. Last year’s Indy Lights runner-up has started turning his pace and aggression into results in recent races and his highlight came in the Harvest Grand Prix’s first race

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Not-So-Silent Partner Still Celebrating the ‘Big Enchilada’

IndyCar and IMSA owner Mike Lanigan is an important element in Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. The not-so-silent partner in Rahal Letterman Lanigan moved from Chicago to Indianapolis in 1973 to start a new division of the family company. For as long as he could remember, he listened to the Indianapolis

Here’s an 861-HP 2020 Toyota Supra Running an Eight-Second Quarter-Mile

Toyota’s new BMW Z4-based Supra may have disappointed many, us included, but if there’s one advantage to copying the Germans’ homework, it’s that the GR Supra has been able to piggyback on years of tuning knowledge for BMW’s B58 turbo-six. Because of that head start, Supras were picking up plenty

How Hulkenberg inspired Racing Point upgrade package

Feedback from reserve driver Nico Hulkenberg helped to inspire Racing Point’s recent Formula 1 update package, technical director Andrew Green has revealed. Hulkenberg gave his views on the RP20 when he drove Sergio Perez’s car at the British and 70th Anniversary GP weekends in August. That in turn fed into the team’s