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Ford and Lego have confirmed the latest kit in their collaboration, and it's a 1968 Mustang fastback racer. You know you want it, and it's less than $15
Called 'Ultimate Ferrari Garage', the latest entry in Lego's 'Speed Champions' series features three eras of Ferrari race cars, including one of Gilles Villeneuve's F1 cars
If you pay $15,000 for a model car, what are you getting for your cash? Watch this video to find out...
It took 2000 man hours and 280,000 Lego bricks to make this full-size 720S replica
A user on Lego's Ideas platform has cooked up some brilliant little cars that could neatly slot into the company's Speed Champions series, including a pair of Group B rally machines
When you merge the Lego, motoring and motorsport worlds, you know it’s going to be pretty epic. These new 2017 Speed Champions sets certainly look very, very tempting…
The ever entertaining Slow Mo Guys put a 100mph-capable, 1:6 scale R/C car to the test, running it through flour, flames and into another R/C car
Lego's 'Ideas' page is full of all sorts of cool car models which - given enough votes - could actually become real products
This video may be a time-lapse build of Lego's new Technic 911 GT3, but it's still 25 minutes long - giving you an idea of how long this kit takes to build!
Can't quite afford a real 911 GT3 RS? This Lego Technic version - on sale this summer - is the next best thing
If you're into cars, chances are you have a soft spot for toys, gadgets and gizmos too. We've collected everything from an app-controlled race exhaust to a DIY grabber gadget that'll keep even the geekiest petrolhead happy
The Traxxas Slash 4x4 is an incredibly fast electric RC car, and in fact it's so fast it can become a boat with one simple modification - sand tyres
Drivemode is an app that uses simple taps and swipes coupled with audio feedback to let you use satellite navigation, manage music, and read and reply to texts without ever looking away from the road
Former F1 driver Martin Brundle designed his ultimate F1 track for Scalextric, and it is set to go up for auction, with 100 per cent of proceeds going to charity