In 1938, Rudolph Caracciola drove a 5.6 liter, 753 horsepower Mercedes streamliner to 268.8 mph (432.7 km/h) on a public road, no less. Back in 1991, this bizarre Ferrari set out to beat that run.
If you fancy yourself as a bit of a handyman or mechanic then you will need a garage full of all the best tools, as this will allow you to take on any job on your car. Some of the best and most reliable tools to have which will allow you to take on most jobs are air powered tools, and these bring many advantages over electric. Firstly there is no motor with air powered tools, and this makes them a lot more manageable and easy to work with, and you can also get more torque with these tools making the work faster as well. Air powered tools, or pneumatic tools as they are also known, are generally a lot smaller than electric tools too, which makes it easier to work in tough conditions and get the job done properly, and there are also no cables that you have to worry about as well.
I am of the opinion that the BMW 1-Series Coupe , which is sadly not long for this earth, is a future classic, especially in 340 horsepower 1M Coupe form. But for some people, that's just not enough.
Bodykits! If you need a way to instantly make your car look worse, a body kit is the answer. But wait. Here's a bodykit for the C6 Vette that doesn't totally blow. What the hell is happening?
Some parts just don't match. Like classic American muscle and VTEC. Or E-Types and stance. If you go that way, the fans will crucify you online. And these are the ten best ways to achieve that.
The Russian Nissan Juke R is possibly the coolest tuned car in existence right now. It is both unofficial and more powerful than the 'standard' Juke R. Powerful enough to roast all four tires on the move.
Forget the 2014 Mercedes SLS AMG GT Final Edition ! What you want is two turbos on top of that glorious 6.2 V8 and some premium fuel, resulting in 850 horsepower and the ultimate BBQ experience!
Pro drifter and Mustang tuner extraordinaire Vaugh Gittin Jr. revealing a new slammed Stang for his RTR brand over on the always-excellent Speedhunters. What's he calling it? The Double Down.
A team of Russians built this unbelievable, unofficial Juke R. It's gearing up to compete against Ken Block at Gymhkana GRiD this weekend. Here's everything you need to know about the car with a "power output of a Chernobyl reactor explosion."
The original Audi TT was a handsome little bugger, but it was always lacking under the hood. Audi's quattro GmbH built one with Audi's 2.7 liter turbo V6, which is more Audi RS4 than TT. Fourtitude's George Achorn has the inside look.