As Tommy Kendall says, "We're like brothers and only WE are allowed to wail on each other". But dammit, on this version of /DRIVE's ShakeDown called TrackDown, there was no smack-talk. There WAS some great insight on Blocking, SandBagging, and both Viper / Corvette heading to Le Mans.
/DRIVE showcased their Top 10 Most-Watched 2012 Videos. Here are the 10 ShakeDown auto racing shows that were LEAST viewed. You decide if you made the right choice ignoring them [as you were busy digesting drifting, behind-the-wheel giggling, or just giving zero-f**ks].
Last weekend was the 12 Hours of Sebring, and Corvette Racing staged an absolutely phenomenal comeback from problems and penalties to win the GT class at Sebring. It was the drive of the race. Before the race, Corvette driver Tommy Milner strapped a camera onto his helmet to give you a look at the track through his…
Tons of journalists are at the Geneva Motor Show eyeballing all the hypercars that were unveiled there, but I'm especially glad to see this report from Drive's Chris Harris. Why? Because at some point, I want to see videos of him getting sideways in all of these cars, if he can manage it.
Whether you watch auto racing on TV or attend in person, you don't really get a full-on inside experience into a race team and what the driver sees. That's what you want to see and nobody shows it. Well, here it is. Finally.
Have you ever wondered what a race would look like through the eyes of someone high on a hallucinogenic? No? Well, here's a possible answer to a question you've never asked.
What happens when a 21-year old takes a first generation RX7, throws out the rotary engine, puts in a V8, and makes a whole bunch of other questionable modifications? You get this: Corbin Goodwin's amazing RX7 hot rod. Holy crap nuggets is this thing cool.