The Magic of the Integra Type R

Editor-at-large Sam Smith recently spent a few days with an Integra Type R. He loved it so much, he bought it.

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The Ford GT Needs a V8

The EcoBoost V6 is a technological marvel, but the V8 of the old car is old school awesome.

Thank Lotus for More Speed at Half the Ferrari Money

In 1989, the four-cylinder Lotus Esprit Turbo SE was faster than a V12-powered Ferrari Testarossa, while also costing a lot less money.

You Must Buy This Completely Custom Land Rover Frankenstein Off-Roader

It may look like a modified Defender, but it's actually a Discovery underneath.

Dorsey Schroeder's Best On-Air Flubs and Headscratchers

The longtime racer turned TV motorsports color commentator shares his best, most nonsensical lines from live racing coverage.

Here's 10 Minutes of Pure Angry Yaris WRC Sounds

Thank Toyota's drivers, engineers and mechanics, Tommi Mäkinen, forced induction and the internet.

Get Ready for Hypersoft and Superhard Tires in F1

For the 2018 season, Pirelli has introduced two new tire compounds, expanding their dry weather "rainbow" to seven colors.

Aston Martin's 2018 Vantage Output Is Nearly Sold Out

Aston Martin's most important customers are way ahead of us, having taken 80 percent of the first production year's Vantages already.

The Beauty Of Having Bone Stock Eighties Classics

If you're looking for an iconic car that can take you there and back every day of the week, it's hard to beat a Mark 2 Golf GTI 16V.

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Our Favorite Books About Cars, Racing, and the Automotive Hobby
Whether it's a technical handbook on how to improve your racing line or a creative examination of the hobby we love, these are our favo…
We're Thankful for the Way the Corvette Sounds

There's a lot to be thankful for today. The Corvette should be on your list.

America Is Not Getting Any Bentley Mulsanne Convertibles
Built by Bentley's in-house bespoke division Mulliner, the soft top Mulsanne is a limited edtion of 19 cars, none of which are destined…
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Behold the Glory of a Straight-Piped 575-HP V8 Miata

Our friends at Flyin' Miata installed a Lingenfelter-tuned LS3 in a new Miata. The results are, predictably, loud.

You Must Buy This 1977 Lotus Esprit S1

Roger Moore and Mario Andretti both drove a Lotus in 1977. Maybe you should drive a 1977 Lotus then.

Amateur Racing in the SCCA Made Dorsey Schroeder a Trans-Am and IMSA Star

Schroeder sits down with Marshall Pruett to tell the story of how he went from an amateur wheelman to a road-racing ace.

Mini's Dakar Dune Buggy Looks Like Endless Fun
Following its shakedown in Morocco and Hungary, Mini's rear-wheel drive buggy is ready to join its Countryman-shaped brother in the que…
This Super-Rare McLaren P1 Prototype Is Up For Sale

Only 14 McLaren P1 "XPs" were built, and most were crash tested. That makes XP05 a very special car.

What Cars are Better Without a Manual?

Not all cars can reach their full potential with three pedals.

<p>The Dodge Viper was too good for this world, and so its day of reckoning has arrived. A batch of limited-edition 2017 models will be released as a form of respect to the V-10 supercoupe before production ends—probably for good, this time—but for the purposes of this story, it's dead enough. Already killed once, at the end of the 2010 model year, the Viper was reborn in 2013. No longer a Dodge, the brash coupe bore the SRT nameplate; however, like a divorcée returning to her maiden name, the Viper fell back under the Dodge brand in 2015. To this day, the Viper remains a stellar performance machine. At our annual Lightning Lap competition, a 2016 Dodge Viper ACR lapped Virginia International Raceway&nbsp;<a href="http://www.caranddriver.com/features/dodge-viper-acr-at-lightning-lap-2016-feature" target="_blank">in an astonishing 2 minutes and 44.2 seconds</a>, besting its distant corporate cousin, the much pricier Ferrari 488GTB, by almost a full second. Sales of the new car, though, never caught fire. Its best year came in 2014, when 760 Vipers left showroom floors. In the end, the American public's buying habits turned out to be the mongoose that killed the Viper.&nbsp;<em data-redactor-tag="em">—Greg Fink</em><span data-redactor-tag="span"></span></p>
The 10 Cars You're Most Thankful For

We're incredibly happy these cars exist.

How Can the New Tesla Roadster Do 0-60 In Under Two Seconds? A Frenzied Mathematical Explanation

Tesla claims the new Roadster will do 0-60 in 1.9 seconds. But can it really?

Ken Block's Dream Car Is the Scariest Factory Ford

Thank heavens Mr. Block's dream car happens to be a Ford!

2019 Lamborghini Urus: Everything We Know

With two months until its debut, get caught up on Lamborghini's upcoming SUV.

Could the Alfa Romeo Name Return to Formula One?

Plus Subaru's birthday, Kubica and Williams, and more...

Start Your Day With the Wail of the Lancia Stratos

The legendary rally car has an amazing sound.

How Would You Configure Your 2018 Aston Martin Vantage?

Aston just revealed its all-new Vantage, along with an online configurator. How would you build yours?

The Aston Martin Vantage GTE Race Car Looks Incredible

Just hours after the new Vantage road car debuted, we get to see its racing brother. Check out that diffuser!

You Must Buy This 1995 968, Porsche's Last Front-Engine Sports Car

Before the Boxster, this was Porsche's entry-level car.

Some Very NSFW Stories of Racing Hijinks From Dorsey Schroeder

The Missouri Mad Man tells Marshall Pruett some wild tales.

Our Favorite Car-Related Watches

Cars and watches go together perfectly. Here are our picks for the best ways to show off your automotive enthusiasm with your wrist.

The Best Racing Podcast Is Back For a Third Season

Ryan Eversley and Sean Heckman of Dinner With Racers interviewed everyone from Indy 500 winners to the recently convicted.