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The hill climb is one of the oldest forms of motorsport. The first documented climb happened near Nice, France, in January 1897. And though Pikes Peak is probably the one you’ve heard of, there are literally hundreds every calendar year. With the 2019 Empire Hill Climb (presented by Autoweek) almost

Is the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East title hunt now a two-horse race?

Chase Cabre is coming for Sam Mayer’s K&N Pro Series East championship lead. With four races remaining in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season, the championship race may now be down to two. Sam Mayer leads Chase Cabre by 11 points heading into the final stretch of races. Following

Believe Us: This Is Not The Microlino, It Is The Karolino

A legal battle with the production supplier threatens the new urban electric quadricycle. Last May, Micro-Mobility, the company behind the Microlino, surprised us with a warning of postponing of the first deliveries for its electric quadricycle, the Microlino. The company was very candid, or plain aggressive, in stating that their

Can The Tesla Model 3 Launch Repeatedly Like Porsche Taycan?

Still not quite like it, but the repetition part happened for sure. Jonny Smith, from the Fully Charged YouTube channel, had the chance to test drive the Porsche Taycan less than a week ago. And he performed exactly 30 launches from 0 to 124 mph (200 km/h). Could a Tesla

View the complete list of 2019 Empire Hill Climb entrants here

Adam Buchanan is entered in this 2003 Nissan 350Z. Paul Gerard is entered in this 1996 Caterham 7 Supersprint. Adam Pickworth is entered in this 1985 Mercedes-Benz 190E 16V. Geoffrey Hegel is entered in this 2004 Pontiac GTO. Darko Stojanovski is entered in this 1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II. The

Trey Starks wins the first Qualifying race for the Knoxville Nationals

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Porsche 911 GT3: The History of Porsche's Wild Child

Usually we see anniversaries coming from a mile away, but the 20th anniversary of Porsche’s venerable 911 GT3 blindsided us; let’s chalk it up to “time flies when you’re having fun.” Yes, two decades have passed since the legendary “GT3” badge first graced the sloping rear hatch of the 1999

REVIEW: The Lotus Evora GT Is a Wonderfully Analog Tool for Our Digital Times

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Movie Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

Milo Ventimiglia and Enzo the dog Milo Ventimiglia and Enzo the dog Milo Ventimiglia and Enzo the dog Milo Ventimiglia and Enzo the dog Milo Ventimiglia and Enzo the dog Denny’s family Jeff Zwart, Patrick Dempsey and Milo Ventimiglia Such happiness To those who say Hollywood never gets racing right