One of Colin McRae’s best drives was not in the WRC

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The year was 2006, Colin had retired from full-time World Rally Championship shenanigans and the X Games had added a rally event to its roster of sports for the first time and lured the 1995 WRC champ to Los Angeles to compete. Going up against the benchmark time set by Travis Pastrana in a similar…
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Forget lap records, this is the best lap of Bathurst ever!

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Peter Brock’s 1991 top-ten shootout lap at Bathurst may have only landed him 6th on the grid against the turbocharged Nissan Skyline GT-R’s and Ford Sierra’s, but it absolutely won the hearts of every Australian that balmy day in October. The true spirit of Peter Brock sent all fans, not just Holden’s, absolutely wild as…
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The Nissan NP35 Group C was the V12 beast that arrived too late.

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The year was 1993, turbochargers were banned in the twilight of the epic Group C sports car era and naturally aspirated was the only option. Successful in the IMSA GTP championship but not so much in Europe, Nissan decided to build the NP35 for the World Sports Car Championship and elected for an absolute glorious…
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The Detomaso Pantera Is Our Kind Of Hybrid

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There was a time when a “hybrid” was not a car using electric power together with a more traditional combustion engine. A hybrid was an Italian built sports car, designed by the finest Italian designers and propelled by brutal American V8’s. One of the most famous hybrids of the 70’s was built in Italy by…
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Use Your Eyes To Go Faster – Where To Look On The Race Track

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 Every driver that has spent at least one day at a race track has heard the term “eyes up.” It is the most commonly used term amongst high performance driver education instructors, but what does it actually mean? How do we know if our eyes are looking far enough forward? Here we give this…
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