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With a little more power, a little less weight and a new lap record around Lotus' Hethel test track, the 3-Eleven 430 is a very rapid 'final evolution' of the track-day special
The Bahrain International Circuit recently played host to one of the most incredible lineups of privately owned cars to ever hit the track, including a Pagani Huayra, McLaren P1 GTR, Maserati MC12, and even single seater race cars to name but a few of the attendees
Running a car that's suitable for track abuse is the dream for any car guy, and there are tonnes of potential purchases for every budget. Here we outline a few of your options, from sub-£1000 beaters to dedicated single-seater track weapons
On a typical Touristenfahrten day at Hockenheim, you'll find track day enthusiasts, bikers, and people who just want to make a mess by drifting badly...
These two cars feature mighty V8s, AWD and well over 500hp apiece. But which of these heavyweights will cross the line in the quickest time?
In this week's episode of Motor Trend's 'The Racing Line', Randy Pobst teaches us everything we need to know about manual shifting. It's well worth watching carefully!
This little MX-5 - dubbed Ring Banana - is a stock track beater that's just clocked an impressive 08:59.9 Nurburgring lap time. All it took was balls of steel and skinny tyres...
The fastest road car Lotus has ever made comes with a 450bhp supercharged V6 engine, a dry weight comfortably under a tonne, and enough aerodynamics to make a race car jealous
Resident Nurburgring instructor Dale Lomas recently bought himself a Seat Leon Cupra ST 280 daily driver. Because he's programmed to drive fast, here he is smashing his car around the 'Ring in under eight minutes (BTG)!
If, like me, you thought that a sub-10 minute lap in a ratty old MX-5 was near impossible, then here's proof that it can be done. All you need is knowledge, commitment, and balls of steel to aid traction!
There are countless expensive upgrades that will make your car go faster around a circuit. But the best modification by far will be to your driving style, not the amount of power you've got under the bonnet!