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This week we’re at the helm of Audi’s mid-sized sports sedan, the A6.
Metal-to-metal contact seems to happen at every race weekend. Sometimes the consequences are minor (we’ve seen lots of tire rubber on fenders) and sometimes the consequences involve major damage to one or more cars.
Time for a little history lesson, along with solving a mystery. This week, E. Paul Dickinson covers a topic that I hadn't previously put much thought into, but then wondered about.
Chris Ruckman contacted me a few weeks ago to share his thoughts about the use of simulators, and the challenge of instructing drivers who have spent time using them.
Today we're bringing you this spectacular 1989 Pontiac Firebird Turbo Trans-Am 20th Anniversary Indy 500 Pace Car.
One of the toughest competitions in NASA’s season this year is coming up fast – the Western Championships.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a long term test at the Winding Road offices, so we thought we’d reintroduce the idea with something a bit special.
There is a justifiable concern amongst many automobile and driving enthusiasts about the way many teens (and even those in their 20's or 30's) have less of a passion for cars and driving than many older people.
Wolf Racing’s latest model is a single seat version of the GB08 that’s been specially built to meet the real F1 testing criteria driven by the safety requirements for the European Hillclimb series.
GM’s luxury brand has made it a cornerstone of their mission as a company to beat the Europeans at their own game, and those marching orders continue with their latest V-Series offering.
Ride onboard with SCCA Solo II Champion Danny Popp as he takes us around the autocross at the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational at Michigan International Speedway.
If you can't afford good safety equipment, you can't afford to go racing or performance driving, participate in HPDE or autocross events, or do whatever form of motorsport you do.
Patrick Hoffstetter is our guest contributor this week. Patrick is a young scribe from Austin, Texas who attended the same Porsche Club of America event where we ran the 911 GT3 Cup car back in May.
The annual Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex, England is a buffet for the senses and a bucket list item for anyone with a fondness for motorsport and fast automobiles in general.
Winding Road Racing is excited to announce a new partnership with the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) as the new Official Motorsports Equipment Supplier of NASA.
This week we’re at the helm of Audi’s answer to the BMW 4-Series, the A5. Unlike the top-spec RS5 we drove last year, this Audi coupe comes with a feature rarely found in modern Audis sold in the US – a manual gearbox.
I enjoy endurance racing more than any other form of motorsport. The physical and mental challenge, the teamwork, the communication, the racecraft, the strategy, the mechanical empathy, and the "whatever it takes" attitude that long races require make them so much more rewarding than any other.
Ride along with Christina Nielsen in the No. 7 Royal Purple/Orion Energy/LaSalle Solutions/PassTime USA TRG-AMR Aston Martin Vantage GT3 during GT/GTA Race 1 at Detroit's Belle Isle street circuit on Saturday, May 30th, 2015.
Subaru’s newest WRX STI is ready to be unleashed on rally circuits around the world. Constructed to meet the FIA’s new-for-2015 NR4 technical regulations, it is the newest Subaru WRX STI production rally car that is eligible in WRC 2, ERC 2 and other regional championships.
You've been told that driving smooth is the key to being fast on a race track, but why? Using what I call the "Traction Unit Number," I explain.