Unless by some chance, you’ve managed to avoid all social media outlets for the past day or so, it’s quite likely you’ve seen the latest automotive headlines: “EPA SEEKS TO PROHIBIT CONVERSION OF VEHICLES INTO RACECARS.” It’s been everywhere, seemingly on every forum and every facebook group I’m a part of.
Just a few short months ago, Air Lift Performance announced “3H,” their all-new digital air ride management that utilizes both height and pressure based sensors to redefine air suspension as a whole. Ever since, I’ve been anxious to put it to work, waiting to experience a new world of air ride control. However, before I can see just what Air Lift Performance’s 3H system is capable of, I have to install it.
This world needs more 2 seat, rear-wheel-drive, high performance convertibles. In a land of 4-door sedans, where have all the fun, exciting cars gone?
In 1999, Honda had the perfect formula to bring excitement back to driving in the S2000. It features a smooth high-revving 2 liter engine, 50/50 weight distribution, and the option to go topless.
Just over a week ago, we announced and teased the Project CARS x StanceWorks DLC Car pack – the latest addition to the digital racing world that Slightly Mad Studios has created. For those that missed the announcement, the latest DLC offers StanceWorks’s take on two iconic BMWs: the classic 2002, and its spiritual successor, the 1M. We gave the cars a host of mods and changes, ramping them up for more speed, more style, and more fun.
Today, BMW has unveiled the latest product of their racing efforts: the 2016 M6 GTLMs in their final liveries. Numbered 25 and 100, and emblazoned with colorways and designs of heritage and importance, the pair of cars is set to make their racing debut this weekend at the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. Tomorrow, Andrew departs for Florida, where he’ll set up trackside and photograph them on their way to what we hope will be their first win.