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PostHeaderIcon 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Revealed In Social Media Post

If you love a thumping big V-8, tire-shredding RWD power, and all the attitude that goes with it, you’re spoiled for choice. Indeed, there’s no shortage of badass muscle cars out there these days, and now, it looks like Ford is getting in on the fun with a new Mustang Shelby GT500, as revealed in a recent Instagram post by user sinister_lifestyle.

PostHeaderIcon 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Revealed In Social Media Post

If you love a thumping big V-8, tire-shredding RWD power, and all the attitude that goes with it, you’re spoiled for choice. Indeed, there’s no shortage of badass muscle cars out there these days, and now, it looks like Ford is getting in on the fun with a new Mustang Shelby GT500, as revealed in a recent Instagram post by user sinister_lifestyle.

PostHeaderIcon Drag Race Battle – Ferrari 812 Superfast Versus Tesla Model X P100D

On paper, an SUV should have no business competing against a supercar in a drag race. But the cars in question, a Ferrari 812 Superfast and a Tesla Model X P100D, aren’t exactly too far apart in the performance category. One produces 588 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque, while the other has 790 horsepower and 530 pound-feet of torque on tap. Line them side-by-side on a drag strip and the question of who wins isn’t as ridiculous as it sounds. In the end, such a race took place at the Drag Times home track of Palm Beach International Raceway. As for which car won? Watch the video and find out.

PostHeaderIcon The Hoonigans Go Deep With Cleetus McFarland’s Insane ’Vette Kart: Video

How about stripping a Chevrolet Corvette down, strapping in a 7.0-liter LS, and going after some world records for manual Corvettes? Sounds like an insane project to you? It sure didn’t sound too daunting to Cleetus McFarland, the creator of “Leroy The Savage.”

“Leroy The Savage” is, at its core, a Chevrolet Corvette C5 that was stripped of its bodywork and was able to run the quarter mile in 11 seconds with no other modifications. Then came an LSA supercharger and other mods that brought the time down to 9 seconds. McFarland then smelled blood and reckoned his creation could go after some records on the dragstrip and one thing led to another.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Will Debut a New Mustang Cobra Jet at the Woodward Dream Cruse on Thursday!

Ford is all set to reveal an all-new model at the Woodward Dream Cruise this weekend, and by all accounts, that “all-new” model is going to be a Ford Mustang Cobra Jet. The revelation comes to us by way of Ford Performance Global Director Mark Rushbrook, who flat out told Autoweek that the mysterious production model that will be unveiled at the Woodward event is, in fact, the Mustang Cobra Jet. The debut is expected to take place at the Ford Media Club House on August 16, 10 A.M. Eastern time.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Watch the 6×6 Devel Sixty Devour a Mercedes-AMG GT S and a Mercedes G-Wagon

In one lane we have the 2018 Devel Sixty, and in the other, the Mercedes-AMG GT S. The Sixty delivers 720 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque from a 6.7-liter turbodiesel while the GT S delivers a cool 503 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque. It’s a tough showdown on paper considering the three-axle Sixty is worlds heavier than the GT but what happens when they actually lineup next to each other? Well, let’s just say that the GT S limps home with a tear in its eye. Oh, and for the record, it was a bad day for Mercedes as the G-Wagon also had a go at the Sixty and it didn’t stand a chance either. With that in mind, go ahead and check out the video below

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: 2017 Honda Civic Type R vs 2005 Acura NSX

In one corner we’ve got the 1991 – 2005 Acura NSX; in the other corner, we’ve got the 2017 Honda Civic Type R. What do these two cars have in common other than coming from the same place and sharing common roots? Well, not much. The NSX was rear-wheel drive and rocked out less than 300 horsepower while the new Type R delivers as much as 320 ponies to the front wheels. Oh, and don’t forget that the NSX doesn’t have the same engine configuration as the Civic. Nope, it’s mounted midship compared to the more common frontal location of the Civic’s beastly little four-cylinder. Both cars are legendary in their own right.

The Civic Type R is the first one to roll off the production line and straight into U.S. Market. It’s also the most powerful production Civic Type R ever made. The NSX is, well, it’s an NSX. It was unbelievably reliable (as all Honda’s typically are) it looked amazing, and despite it’s relatively lower power output, it had world-beating performance thanks to a lightweight chassis and crazy aerodynamics. It even had a manual steering rack folks. So, what did all of that compute to? Well, it could beat the hell out of Ferrari at the time for less than $80,000. Now, the question is, can it beat today’s Civic Type R? Well, Check out this video from Carwow to see just how they stack up head-to-head!

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Volkswagen Gold GTi vs Hyundai I30 N

Can the newcomer to the segment, the Hyundai i30 N, take on an old dog like the Volkswagen Golf GTi? Well, it certainly can, and it does it well, but everything isn’t always as it seems since the Golf GTi used in this video isn’t the highest-producing dog in the stable. As such, the I30N had a good 45 horsepower on it. So, it wasn’t exactly fair, but it’s still fun to watch the Hyundai cream the Volkswagen back-to-back-to-back. Check out the video below for yourself!

PostHeaderIcon Peugeot 3008 DKR Maxi

Mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 diesel

This coming January, lovers of dirt-flavored racing will once again turn their attention to the Southern Hemisphere as the infamous Dakar Rally hits South America for the tenth year running. 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of the event, once again promising a grueling 10,000 km (6,214 miles) of racing over some of the most difficult terrain Mother Nature can produce. The outlined route will lead teams through Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina, challenging competitors with steep sand dunes, craggy boulder fields, twisting tarmac, and impossibly high mountain passes. This is one of the ultimate tests of man and machine, but Peugeot looks ready for anything. The French automaker took top honors in the Dakar earlier last year, giving it back-to-back victories between 2016 and 2017. Now, the French automaker is looking for a three-peat with this – the updated 3008 DKR Maxi. The “brand-new racing lion” might carry the same name as the road-going Peugeot 3008, but it’s far removed from what you get in dealers, bringing the heat thanks to a host of impressive motorsport cues courtesy of Peugeot Sport, all aimed at ultimate victory over terra firma.

The Peugeot 3008 DKR Maxi has undergone extensive testing in Morocco, Portugal, and France to prepare for the 2018 Dakar event, logging more than 18,000 test km (11,185 miles) over the past year. What’s more, Team Peugeot Total has once again assembled a dream team of talent for the driver’s roster, including names like Peterhansel, Loeb, Sainz, and Despres. Still – the Dakar is unpredictable at best. Will the new 3008 DKR once again have what it takes to snag another win?

Continue reading to learn more about the Peugeot 3008 DKR.

Exterior

  • Bespoke performance design
  • Massive underbody protection
  • Carbon composite exterior panels
  • Magnesium single-piece wheels
  • Plenty of vents and cooling pieces

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No doubt about it, the Peugeot 3008 DKR Maxi is a beastly machine. Really the only similarities we see between this pure-bred off-road monster and the compact crossover that gave it its name is the headlight design. The rest of it is unadulterated performance.

Up front, we find a fascia that’s slim and wide, stretched from corner to corner to accommodate an extremely wide track and cut high to allow the vehicle to smash up and down steep inclines without a moment’s hesitation. The underbody protection is massive, with thick metal plates installed to ward off any persistent chunks of nature and keep vital mechanical bits intact. Prominent vents in the nose aid in airflow, while the sizable fender flares are done in bare carbon fiber.


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“The majority of the 3008 DKR's exterior is made from carbon and composites, keeping it as lightweight as possible despite the burly protective metal plating, huge suspension, and meaty tire and wheel package.”

Indeed, the majority of the 3008 DKR’s exterior is made from carbon and composites, keeping it as lightweight as possible despite the burly protective metal plating, huge suspension, and meaty tire and wheel package. Speaking of the rollers, the knobby rubber you see in the corners is attached to wheels carved from a single piece of magnesium, with the final sizing measured at 8.5 inches for the width and 17 inches for the diameter. When viewed in profile, we see the 3008 DKR’s Red Bull livery in its full glory, complemented by a highly raked windshield, a slim intake on the roof, and large intakes just above and ahead of the rear fenders. The overall body shape appears squat and flat, with broad body panels encompassing a plumped-up rear end. The stance is tall, very tall in fact, but the impressive track width keeps it looking stable, even when flying sideways at maximum attack. The cabin and engine compartment are also centrally placed, helping to give this racer its optimum weight distribution.

In back, the Peugeot 3008 DKR is all fins, with row upon row of louvers in place to help dispel hot air from the mid-mounted powerplant. This view also gives us a decent look at the rear diff and suspension components, which are laid bare under thin strips of carbon body components. From this angle, the 3008 DKR’s shell-like exterior is plain to see.

Peugeot 3008 DKR Maxi Exterior Dimensions

Height 1,799 mm (70.8 inches)
Length 4,312 mm (169.8 inches)
Width 2,400 mm (94.5 inches)
Front Overhang 623 mm (24.5 inches)
Rear Overhang 689 mm (27.1 inches)
Wheelbase 3,000 mm (118.1 inches)

Interior

  • Carbon cockpit
  • Digital readouts everywhere
  • Tons of buttons, knobs, and switches
  • Fixed-back carbon seats for driver and co-driver
  • Netting on the door panels for quick storage
  • Alcantara for the steering wheel
  • Spare parts and tools to keep it in the running

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“Step inside the Peugeot 3008 DKR, and you'll find yourself stuffed into carbon cockpit laden with switches, knobs, buttons, and digital readouts”

Step inside the Peugeot 3008 DKR, and you’ll find yourself stuffed into carbon cockpit laden with switches, knobs, buttons, and digital readouts. As you can probably imagine, this thing is stripped down to the absolute bare-bones essentials, but when it comes to a race as demanding as the Dakar, that actually includes quite a lot. For example, a few spare tires and a decent toolset are included to keep the machine running should something break while traversing the wilds.

Drivers sit in the left-hand position, gripping an Alcantara-clad steering wheel with a quick-release hub and yellow top-center mark. Behind the wheel is a small screen to display the current selected gear and basics like road speed. Complementary screens are located the the left of the wheel and to the right in the center console. Bare carbon is used for just about everything here, including the seats, which are fixed-back buckets mounted low in the cabin. Netting was added to the inside of the doors to give the driver and co-driver a quick and easy storage spot, while two tall levers for the gear shift and handbrake are within easy reach from the driver’s seat.


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“The control scheme is complicated, looking more like what you get in a jet aircraft than a car.”

The control scheme is complicated, looking more like what you get in a jet aircraft than a car. All of it’s necessary though, because when you’re charging through the stages (some of which are several hundreds of miles in length, by the way), you’ll need quick access to any and all systems to tweak and tune for top performance potential.

Drivetrain

  • RWD rather than AWD
  • Mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 diesel
  • 340 horsepower
  • 590 pound-feet of torque
  • 124- mph top speed
  • Six-speed sequential gearbox
  • Almost 106 gallons of fuel on board

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“In the middle of the machine, the 3008 DKR gets a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 diesel engine for motivation.”

Considering this is a bad ass off-roader we’re talking about, it may come as a surprise that the Peugeot 3008 DKR isn’t 4WD, but rather RWD. Yep, just two driven wheels here, which actually comes with its own advantages in the Dakar rulebook, including a smaller number for the all-important minimum weight requirements (two-wheel drive cars can be lighter due to their reduced traction capabilities).

In the middle of the machine, the 3008 DKR gets a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 diesel engine for motivation. The cylinders are set at a 60-degree angle, while the engine is mounted longitudinally. Standout features include four valves per cylinder, dual overhead cams, and direct fuel injection, as well as a tiny 38 mm (1.5-inch) restrictor plate to keep power levels in check.


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“Peak output is rated at 340 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.”

Put it all together, and peak output is rated at 340 horsepower and 800 Nm (590 pound-feet) of torque, calculating out to roughly 114 horsepower per liter. Redline is set at 5,000 rpm. All that go is sent to the rear axle by way of a six-speed sequential gearbox.

Top speed for the Peugeot 3008 DKR is rated at 200 kph, or 124 mph, which might not seem all that fast. Still, that’s 200 kph over just about any kind of terrain imaginable, so yeah – it’s quick.

In preparation for the 2018 event, the 3008 DKR comes with new front and rear track rods, as well as new driveshafts, both of which help to accommodate the new vehicle’s wider track.

Finally, there’s a mammoth 400-liter (105.7-gallon) fuel tank to supply the oil burner with go juice.

Peugeot 3008 DKR Maxi Engine, Drivetrain, And Performance Specs

Engine twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 diesel
Drivetrain Layout mid-mounted, RWD
Horsepower 340 hp
Torque 590 pound-feet
Transmission Six-speed sequential
Redline 5,000 rpm
Top Speed 124 mph

Chassis And Handling

  • Custom tubular space frame chassis
  • 20 mm wider track for straight-line stability
  • Wishbone suspension front and back
  • Over 18 inches of suspension travel
  • 14-inch brake discs

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“With the wider track, the 3008 DKR's suspension was enhanced to help make the most of the more planted stance. It also offers an incredible 18.1 inches of suspension travel.”

Underneath all those burly-looking composite body panels, the Peugeot 3008 DKR uses a custom tubular space frame chassis made from steel for superlative strength. As previously mentioned, the racer’s track was widened this year, with an extra 10 cm added to both the left and right for an extra 20 mm total. The end result is more confidence when traveling at high speeds, although the tradeoff can be felt with muddier low-speed maneuvers. Team driver Sebastien Loeb had this to say –

“I think the car is much more stable now that it is wider, and so it feels a bit different to drive. In the very narrow and technical parts that does mean it’s more cumbersome of course, but in terms of stability and driving it’s definitely a step forward. The car has less of a tendency to roll its suspension now, so that gives you more confidence to attack and get it sideways. I’d say the strongest point of the Peugeot 3008 DKR Maxi is the off-road ability it has. With its wide track and wheels, it can go more or less anywhere. It’s maybe not so agile on stage-type roads: that’s more the territory of four-wheel drive cars. But the advantage of our car is the fact that it can tackle anything, especially in the dunes.”


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With the wider track, the 3008 DKR’s suspension was enhanced to help make the most of the more planted stance. That includes new upper and lower wishbones both front and back. Both ends also
come with coil springs, twin dampers, and anti-roll bars. What’s more, the 3008 DKR offers an incredible 460 mm (18.1 inches) of suspension travel.

A hydraulic power steering system helps it all turn, while the brakes are ventilated discs with a 355 mm
(14-inch) diameter at both ends, plus sizable four-piston calipers. Finally, the tires are measured at a substantial 37 inches by 12.5 inches and come courtesy of by BF Goodrich.

Competition

Mini John Cooper Works Rally And Buggy


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Prior to Peugeot’s success between 2016 and 2017, Mini was on a roll at the Dakar, collecting a series back-to-back wins between 2012 and 2015. Now, Mini is once again in the hunt for victory, and it’s bringing an updated iteration of its championship-winning AWD Mini John Cooper Works Rally to the fight. In addition, Mini is looking to beat Peugeot at its own game with the new RWD Mini JCW Buggy. Indeed, the British brand isn’t messing around, committing a full seven vehicles to the 2018 effort. But will it be enough to halt the momentum of the 3008 DKR?

Read our full review on the 2018 Mini John Cooper Works Rally And Buggy.

Conclusion


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“All told, Peugeot has a lot going for it, but still – the Dakar is no ordinary race.”

Peugeot has already announced that 2018 will be the final year it participates in the Dakar Rally, citing a dispute over recent rule changes as motivation for the exit. However, it’s more than obvious the automaker wants to go out on a high note, as a third back-to-back win would help cement its position as one of the Dakar’s most dominant brands.

To help it secure that coveted top podium spot, the team roster in 2018 goes unchanged, including last year’s winner Stephane Peterhansel with co-driver Jean Paul Cottret. Nine-time WRC champion Sebastien Loeb will also rejoin the effort alongside co-driver Daniel Elena, as will two-time WRC champion and previous Dakar winner Carlos Sainz with co-driver Lucas Cruz. Rounding it out will be five-time Dakar Motorbike champion Cyril Despres and co-driver David Castera.

With a lineup like that, the Peugeot crews boast 19 individual Dakar victories and 148 stage wins (when taking into account both four- and two-wheeled entries). As a brand, Peugeot has six Dakar Rally titles to its name, the first of which it snagged in 1987 thanks to the 205 T16 Grand Raid, and a win in 2018 would do well to pad its motorsport resume even further.

All told, Peugeot has a lot going for it, but still – the Dakar is no ordinary race.

“The modifications we have made resulting in the 3008 DKR Maxi have proved to be effective up to now, but the Dakar remains a question mark, thanks to the sheer variety of terrain and challenges to overcome, while the recent Rallye du Maroc reminded us once again that our rivals are extremely strong,” said Peugeot Sport Director Bruno Famin.

Indeed – weather, variable terrain, even an errant rock chip could spell DNF for any one of Peugeot’s entries. That said, the brand is giving its team every possible advantage, and we’ll just have to wait and see if it pays off.

The 40th Dakar Rally will take place between January 6th and 20th. Stay tuned to TopSpeed for more.

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    • * Strong competition from every side, especially from Mini
    • * Unpredictable racing conditions
    • * One of the toughest events in the world
    • * RWD might prove a hindrance on certain stages

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PostHeaderIcon 2017 Six Hours of Shanghai – Race Report

Toyota brought to China a new update to their aerodynamic package in a last-grasp attempt to push the championship battle all the way to the Bahrain finale, but Porsche’s steady run meant the Japanese fell, yet again, in the “close but no cigar” category – and not for lack of trying. It was strange and — while some blamed pollution for making their vision fuzzy — hard to believe, but after FP2 it started to sink in: Toyota were dominating in Shanghai. And not with half measures – properly!

The No. 7 TS050 of Kamui Kobayashi, Mike Conway and Jose-Maria Lopez led every free practice session and then, in qualifying, nobody could topple Conway and Kobayashi. The duo managed a shattering 1:42.832 average, almost half a second quicker than what Andre Lotterer and Neel Jani could achieve aboard the No. 1 Porsche. Toyota’s other car was third, some 0.6 seconds adrift while the other Porsche filled up the second row after a botched run for Earl Bamber who got delayed by a P2 car and then spun on his hot lap.

Continue reading for the full story.

Qualifying


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“Bruno Senna and Julien Canal made things even tighter in LMP2 by taking the class pole in the No. 31 Vaillante Rebellion ORECA”

Bruno Senna and Julien Canal made things even tighter in LMP2 by taking the class pole in the No. 31 Vaillante Rebellion ORECA. That’s because securing the pole gives you one point which means that, even before the race had gotten underway, the gap between the No. 38 Jackie Chan DC Racing crew and the No. 31 trio was down to nine points. It’s notable that this was the case in LMP1 as well, with the No. 7 Toyota, the title contender in the driver’s championship. Anyway, Senna and Canal’s 1:49.217 average was merely two tenths quicker than that of second-placed G-Drive Racing No. 26 ORECA (Leo Roussel/Nico Mueller). Meanwhile, The “Mighty 38” started the race from fourth in class.

“Somewhat unexpectedly, both GTE classes fell in the hands of Aston-Martin Racing”

Somewhat unexpectedly, both GTE classes fell in the hands of Aston-Martin Racing. First, in GTE-Pro, it was the Dane Train No. 95 Vantage which was quicker while, more predictably, the No. 98 took pole in GTE-Am. It was the sixth pole of the season for Lamy and Dalla-Lana, the two hoping for a third win in a row in China. They also kept alive a streak of pole positions at the Asian venue.

The Race

“Toyota rolled out a new aero update to its high-downforce package for this race”

Following Porsche’s announced departure from the FIA WEC, Toyota decided to freeze any development for next year’s car while they weigh in on their options. This allowed the Japanese outfit to roll a new aero update to its high-downforce package which debuted at the opening round, all the way back in March. The improvement was visible in race pace (tire wear and such) and Toyota Gazoo Racing was leading 1-2 at the end of the first stint. However, the No. 8 took new tires besides there being a driver change, so it dropped to third after the stop. The No. 7 also had trouble, Lopez tagging the No. 26 G-Drive LMP2 car 15 laps into the six-hour race.

Porsche was even worse off after 60 minutes with the No. 1 car limping around with throttle problems. The Briton got back underway after rebooting the system, but the car was still a hefty 90 seconds behind the Top 3 after its first scheduled stop. Down in P2, it was the pole-sitting No. 31 which led the way while Porsche grabbed the lead from Aston-Martin in GTE-Pro thanks to the No. 92 car. Ferrari and Ford entries also looked at ways to capitalize on their pace in the first half of the race. The No. 98 Vantage, though, faced little opposition and was still out in the lead after an hour.


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“Porsche was unable to challenge Toyota, so the two TS050s ran back to back”

The next couple of stints came and went without much to report at the front. Porsche was unable to challenge Toyota, so the two TS050s ran back to back with no more than 15 seconds of cushion between them at half distance. The No. 2 Porsche which led the championship ran third but over a minute behind. At that point in the game, if the No. 7 would’ve won and the No. 2 would have finished no higher than third, the battle for the title would have continued into the season finale – just barely!

LMP1 Results

Pos No. Drivers Team Car Laps
1 8 Buemi / Davidson / Nakajima Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota TS050 – Hybrid 195
2 2 Bernhard / Bamber / Hartley Porsche LMP Team Porsche 919 Hybrid 194
3 1 Jani / Lotterer / Tandy Porsche LMP Team Porsche 919 Hybrid 194
4 7 Conway / Kobayashi / Lopez Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota TS050 – Hybrid 188

“Vaillante Rebellion continued to flex its muscles in LMP2 as it retained its lead”

Vaillante Rebellion continued to flex its muscles in LMP2 as it retained its lead. Also still in the lead after three hours was the No. 98 Aston-Martin. Drama hit around the stroke of the second hour when the No. 92 GTE-Pro Porsche of Kevin Estre, which had consistently been in the lead since after the start retired with an engine failure. It wasn’t, however, the only retirement recorded in the first 180 minutes. A three-car accident between the No. 37 Jackie Chan DC Racing ORECA of Tristan Gommendy and two GTE-Am Ferraris claimed the No. 54 Spirit of Race 488 GTE. The other two cars managed to limp back to base. Clearwater Racing were gutted after the event as it meant their car could finish no higher than fourth in class which, in turn, meant that Aston-Martin Racing took over the lead in the team’s championship in that category.


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“Estre and Christensen’s retirement opened up a battle in GTE-Pro between the No. 67 Ford, the No. 91 Porsche and the No. 51 Ferrari”

Estre and Christensen’s retirement opened up a battle in GTE-Pro between the No. 67 Ford, the No. 91 Porsche and the No. 51 Ferrari which had a grandstand view of the two ahead at times. The Porsche was the quicker car, but Fred Makowiecki lost the lead to a determined Andy Priaulx who had to carve his way through the pack in the Chip Ganassi Ford GT. After the exchange, it was Harry Tincknell’s job to keep Richard Lietz at bay. The Briton kept ahead by aggressively double-stinting the car’s tires, knowing they had little to win out on track since the GT lacked top end speed.

As everyone made their way into the final 60 minutes, it looked like a Toyota 1-2 is a certainty – but when is it, really? The team’s proverbial (by now) bad luck struck again, with barely 30 minutes left, when Lopez crashed into the No. 91 Porsche of Lietz as he tried to pass the GTE-Pro car in Turn 13. The Argentine was leading the race at the time but, after the crash, he had to crawl to the pits with damaged suspension. This obliterated all of Toyota Gazoo Racing’s chances as the No. 8 soldiered on to win but, more importantly, Porsche finished 2nd and 3rd with the No. 2 runner-up.

Top 5 LMP2 Results

Pos No. Drivers Team Car Laps
1 31 Canal / Prost / Senna Vaillante Rebellion Oreca 07 – Gibson 183
2 36 Lapierre / Menezes / Negrao Signatech Alpine Matmut Alpine A470 – Gibson 183
3 13 Beche / Heinemeier Hansson / Piquet Jr. Vaillante Rebellion Oreca 07 – Gibson 182
4 38 Tung / Jarvis / Laurent Jackie Chan DC Racing Oreca 07 – Gibson 182
5 25 CEFC Manor TRS Racing Gonzalez / Trummer / Petrov Oreca 07 – Gibson 182

“The result made Brendon Hartley, Earl Bamber and Timo Bernhard world champions, same accolade going to Team Porsche LMP”

The result made Brendon Hartley, Earl Bamber and Timo Bernhard world champions, same accolade going to Team Porsche LMP. It is the first title for Bamber and the second for both Bernhard and Torro Rosso F1 driver Hartley. It also marks an amazing feat for Porsche as the German brand has taken both titles in the last three years as well as winning Le Mans in the last three years: a genuine hat-trick of hat-tricks!

Down in P2, things got not-so-easy for the No. 31 during the second half. For starters, Am driver Julien Canal’s pace was nowhere near enough to keep Ho Pin Tung behind him so the switch was made well into the third hour and the championship-leading No. 38 moved ahead. Tung’s fighting stint in which he clawed back Canal’s 40-seconds lead proved in vain asa the team had to stop for a splash late on, while Rebellion didn’t. What is more, Tun collided with an oblivious Nico Mueller in Turn 1. This meant that, in the end, Senna, Prost, and Canal won ahead of the No. 36 Signatech Alpine crew and the sister No. 13 Rebellion. Fourth was all that remained possible for Tung, Laurent, and Jarvis.

Top 5 LMGTE-Pro Results

Pos No. Drivers Team Car Laps
1 67 Priaulx / Tincknell Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK Ford GT 170
2 91 Lietz / Makowiecki Porsche GT Team Porsche 911 RSR 170
3 51 Calado / Pier Guidi AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE 170
4 66 Mucke / Pla Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK Ford GT 170
5 95 Thiim / Sorensen Aston Martin Racing Aston Martin Vantage 170

“Ferrari finished third in the class with the No. 51 which was enough to seal the deal in the manufacturer’s standings”

As I’ve already mentioned, Toyota’s chances were dashed after Lopez crashed into Lietz’s Porsche. The latter party didn’t fare much better either since Richard was in full attack mode to try and pass Tincknell. He, though, had to drive around with some damage which meant a drop in pace. This helped Priaulx and Tincknell to grab the win easier and, in turn, reignite their championship hopes. Ferrari, meanwhile, finished third in the class with the No. 51 which was enough for the Italian manufacturer to seal the deal in the manufacturer’s standings, beating Ford. This was the only other title that was decided in Shanghai.

With the two Ferraris kicked out of the fight after the incident with the No. 37 ORECA, Aston-Martin’s Dalla-Lana, Lamy and Lauda only had to keep it on the island to win. That’s precisely what they did and, by the end of the six hours, their gap was a gigantic two minutes over the second-placed Gulf Racing UK Porsche. Dempsey-Proton’s No. 77 finished third making the best out of the attrition since the old 991 GTE had none of the pace to be challenging for the podium otherwise.

LMGTE-Am Results

Pos No. Drivers Team Car Laps
1 98 Dalla Lana / Lamy / Lauda Aston Martin Racing Aston Martin V8 Vantage 166
2 86 Al Qubaisi / Barker / Foster Gulf Racing UK Porsche 911 RSR (991) 165
3 77 Ried / Cairoli / Dienst Dempsey – Proton Racing Porsche 911 RSR (991) 164
4 61 Mok / Sawa / Griffin Clearwater Racing Ferrari 488 GTE 158
NC 54 Flohr / Castellacci / Molina Spirit of Race Ferrari 488 GTE 37

What’s Next?


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The final round of the FIA World Endurance Championship will take place in Bahrain between November 16th and 18th. Many titles are still up for grabs, such as both in LMP2, all available in GTE-Am and the driver’s and team’s titles in GTE-Pro. So it’s certain we’ll have an “end-of-an-era” thriller in the desert heat!

PostHeaderIcon Will the 2017 Pikes Peak Bring New Records?

The 95th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is set to commence on June 25, a day that will most certainly provide plenty of intense and spectacular racing. The entry lineup is once again as diverse as it gets with 53 cars spread over six classes and 30 motorcycles over five divisions, but will we finally see a new record being set for the iconic race course?

The quickest time from start to finish dates back to 2013 when French ace, Sebastien Loeb, completed the course in an incredible 8:13.878 minutes in a beefed-up version of the Peugeot 208, called the T16 Pikes Peak. And, “incredible” is not just a fancy word, as not only has this record survived for almost four years, it also looks unbeatable. Last year’s best time in Unlimited Division was set at 8:51.445, a whopping 38 seconds behind Loeb’s all-time record! Is this going to change in 2017?

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi Evo X Does Quarter Mile In 8.48 Seconds, Sets Record, Melts Face: Video

Enthusiasts the world over shed a tear when Mitsu killed off the rally-bred Lancer Evolution last year. After 10 generations and nearly a quarter century of bringing high-tech speed to the masses, you could say we were growing rather fond of the Japanese imports. Thankfully, even with production now ended, Evo owners are still pushing the limits of what’s possible with the platform. The latest evidence of this comes from Texas and the TX2K17 drag racing event, where one Evo X managed to set a new world record by doing the quarter mile in an astonishing 8.48 seconds at 164 mph.

Documentation of the new record comes courtesy of 1320 Video, which put together this superb three-and-a-half minute bit of evidence, complete with tons of runs, lots of hard launches, and plenty of pleasing noises. The video starts with rollouts, which offer good prep for the later, more serious runs. The video then follows the Evo’s progress towards quicker and quicker ETs, ending with the record-setting 8.48. Watching this thing scoot down the strip is pretty awesome, especially when you consider the pilot is working a five-speed manual, rather than a sequential shifter. We can’t wait to see where it goes next.


PostHeaderIcon Maybe You Won't Have to Sell Your Soul to Afford the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

Dodge drove us crazy and practically milked the debut of the Dodge Challenger Demon to death through a long series of teaser videos that spanned across the first three months of the year. Then, the day of reckoning was upon us, and the fastest production muscle car ever was finally revealed. Packing a 6.2-liter V-8 with a 2.7-liter supercharger that makes 14.5 psi of boost, a factory transmission brake, a stripped down interior, and a thirst for high-octane fuel, the Demon promises to be the Dodge that we’ll be talking about through the turn of the decade. Hell, it can hit 60 mph in 2.3 seconds and 100 mph in 5.1 seconds. A quarter mile comes in at 9.65 seconds at 140 mph – not bad for a car that weighs 4,200 pounds, right? After all, it can beat a $1.4 million Ferrari. But, it does raise one serious questions: Just how much will pure evil cost you?

There’s no official word as of yet, but Road & Track caught up with Dodge boss, Tim Kuniskis, at the New York Auto Show and got him to give us a little hint. Again, it isn’t much to go by, but according to Kuniskis, it will be priced above the Hellcat (obviously) but “it’s gonna be well below six figures.” That’s a pretty big deal considering many were expecting a price tag somewhere around $100,000.

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PostHeaderIcon Motor Trend Holds Sixth Installment Of "World's Greatest Drag Race": Video

Motor Trend’s “World’s Greatest Drag Race” is one of those sneakily good web videos that we always look forward to seeing, and no, it’s not because of hosts Jason Cammisa and Jonny Lieberman. While they are good at their jobs, the World’s Greatest Drag Race is all about the cars and for the sixth edition of the race, Cammisa and Lieberman brought out some heavy hitters from all over the sports car landscape.

America was well-represented with the Dodge Viper ACR, Dodge Charger Hellcat, Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, and Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE. Some of Europe’s finest also participated in the race, including Germany’s Audi R8 V10 Plus, Porsche 911 Carrera S, Mercedes-AMG GT S, and BMW M4 GTS, and the U.K.’s McLaren 570S, Jaguar F-Type SVR. The Nissan GT-R Premium and the Acura NSX make up the Japanese contingent.

The ultimate question that’s always asked in the World’s Greatest Drag Race is which of these cars can cover a quarter-mile the fastest. Last year, the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 took home top honors with a time of 11.4 seconds at 124.4 mph. With a more impressive lineup in this year’s staging of the drag race, the Corvette Z06’s time would have placed it at tie with the AMG GT S for fifth place.

Yep, four cars were faster than last year’s winner, including Lieberman’s Acura NSX, which posted a time of 11.3 seconds at 123.3 mph, good enough for fourth place. The Audi R8 V10 Plus took home first place with a time of 10.6 seconds at 130.3 mph while the McLaren 570S and the Nissan GT-R Premium came in a close second and third with times of 10.7 seconds at 132 mph and 11.2 seconds at 123.4 mph, respectively.

Bringing in the rear were two American muscle cars, the Ford Mustang Shelby G350 with a time of 12.2 seconds at 118.9 mph and the Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE, which came in last at 12.4 seconds at 114.2 mph. Still, that’s not a slow time.


PostHeaderIcon Plenty of Reasons why a Heavy Foot is Bad News: Video

Suffice it to say, crashing on a drag strip is obviously bad news but, for some reason, it’s wildly entertaining to see happen. Which is exactly why you’re about to watch this two-minute clip of “Wild Action,” a two-hour long compilation of more than 21 drag events from 2015.

In this clip, there are maybe 10 to 15 brief races that go haywire. Some of the drivers fail right off the start, and there is one that doesn’t even get off the line. Then there ares the ones that remind us just how important it is to have a good, quality roll cage properly installed before testing your skill on the track. There isn’t anything gruesome in the video, so don’t worry about that, but the few crashes are pretty damn wicked.

With that said, I’ll end this by saying: If you’re going to hit the track, don’t have a heavy foot. If the track is damp, wait for another day. Furthermore, if you’re pushing the kind of power that can actually make your car fly, be easy on the pedal. Or, you could install wings and glide over the finish line, but I don’t think that is acceptable for most sanctioned events. So, click play and enjoy the video!


PostHeaderIcon Jet Dragster Breaks 300 MPH Barrier On The Strip

What do you get when you cross a fighter jet with Goodyear rubber and tiny cockpit? You get a jet dragster that could quite literally take flight if it had wings. In this video, we see the Fifty Cal jet dragster making a run during test and tune night at RT66 back in September of 2014.

It’s hard to say much without ruining the video, but to put things simply, the dragster manages to run a quarter mile in less than six seconds and hits more than 300 mph. Can you imagine what that must feel like? Surely, there aren’t that many people who have crossed that barrier on four wheels. If only we could convince the driver to mount a GoPro on his helmet – now that would be a video to see, considering none of us will ever do the deed ourselves.

The video itself is just over four minutes long, with the highlight coming in the last few seconds of the video. That said, I suggest you watch the whole thing anyway. Just firing up one of these jet engines is a task, and it’s pretty interesting to see how the car is prepared and staged before the man inside tests his manhood as he almost instantly jumps to 300 mph. Fair warning: Jet engines are loud and create quite a whistle, so you might want to turn down the volume and adjust it after you hit play. The frequency alone could damage some speakers if cranked to high, and it’ll make your dogs go crazy. So, hit play and enjoy the video.


PostHeaderIcon Redline Motorsports Pushes Corvette Z06 to Nine-Second Quarters

The current Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is no slouch, but as this video proves, it’s only a handful of parts away from running the quarter-mile in less than ten seconds. First: the basics. This is a 2016 Corvette Z06 equipped with the eight-speed automatic transmission. Of course, with it being a Z06, it comes with the supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 known as the LT4. In its stock configuration, it makes a highly respectable 650 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque.

That’s wasn’t enough for the owner of this Vette. He sent his ride to Redline Motorsports of Pompano Beach, Florida for some high-horsepower add-ons. The upgrade list reads like a recipe for horsepower. Redline added its Phase 3Z camshaft; billet lower supercharger pulley; high capacity cold air intake; and long tube, two-inch stainless steel headers. Redline also tweaked the Vette’s ECU with its custom tune – a program written by Redline’s CEO, Howard Tanner. The eight-speed auto’s computer also received computer tuning. Lastly, a set of Hoosier drag slicks mounted on lightweight wheels were added for traction.

We won’t spoil all the fun, but the Vette seamlessly breaks into the sub 10-second category on the quarter mile – but not after a few runs to dial in the ECU tune. What’s more, in talking with Tanner about the Vette, he tells us the Vette’s owner isn’t done with performance upgrades.


PostHeaderIcon How To Race Your Car: Part 2

Pick your poison – whether it’s a full-throttle blitz down the quarter mile, heavy trail braking at the autocross, a frenzied dice on the road course, a driveline-thrashing clutch kick at the drift event, or gravel-chucking insanity in a rally car, racing can transform even the most mild-mannered citizen into a superhero.

The truth is a lot of people have the desire, but end up couching it for one reason or another. Expense, accessibility, even intimidation can keep would-be racers at home. But here’s the thing – taking your passion to its limits is easier than you might think.

In Part 1 of this series, I gave a general overview of different entry-level motorsports, a few of the more prominent race organizations operating in the U.S., what to bring to the track, and what to expect once you get there.

For Part 2, I’ll dig a little deeper into the specifics of amateur auto racing, including car suggestions, a breakdown of costs, and an analysis of modifications.

Continue reading to learn more about how to race your car.

How To Race Your Car: Part 2 originally appeared on topspeed.com on Monday, 6 April 2015 10:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Video: Alpha Omega GT-R Runs the Quarter Mile in 7.7 Seconds

It looks like the folks over at AMS Performance have scratched another entry into the history books with the Alpha Omega GT-R, this time via a 7.70-second blast down the 1320 at 186 mph. Throw in the fact that this car sports a full interior and stock body, and that accomplishment becomes even more impressive.

The team battled uncooperative weather and malfunctioning timing equipment at Royal Purple Raceway in Bayside, Texas, but managed to lay down the record-setting run once the clocks were fixed, the rain clouds had dispersed, and the track had dried.

Watching the video, it appears as though the laws of physics are broken when this highly-tuned Godzilla rips out of the hole in an all-wheel-drive wheelie, followed by a mad scramble for traction as the monstrous power coming from the tweaked-out turbo V-6 makes it to the ground via large drag radials. As the clouds creep in and the lightening flashes off in the distance, you can feel the gravity of the moment.

According to the AMS website, the Alpha Omega car holds the record for fastest and quickest GT-R in the quarter mile, as well as quickest 30-to-130 mph at 3.32 seconds, 100-to-150 mph at 2.15 seconds, and 0-to-300 km/h (or 186 mph) at 7.56 seconds. When we last saw it, horsepower figures came in somewhere around 1,700, and we wouldn’t be surprised to see even more now in the search for extra tenths.

While AMS might save some time stripping out the interior and replacing body pieces with lightened composites, we actually like how stock this thing is (that is, if a car with a parachute could be considered “stock”). You can bet this won’t be the last time you see the Alpha Omega GT-R, and we’re excited to see where AMS takes it next.

Video: Alpha Omega GT-R Runs the Quarter Mile in 7.7 Seconds originally appeared on topspeed.com on Saturday, 22 November 2014 06:00 EST.

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