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There comes a time in a man’s life where one of his best friends bestows upon him the honour of being the best man at his wedding.
At this year’s Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb, legendary Porsche photographer, videographer and racer, Jeff Zwart struggled with a failing fuel pump, which prevented his GT3 from pushing to its full potential.
It seemed like half of North America’s auto journos were in Portland, Oregon this week, getting their first glimpse of the mighty new Challenger Hellcat.
For many people involved in crap can style racing such as ChumpCar or Le Mons, a big part of the draw is putting together a race car on the cheap, by yourself or more likely with some buddies.
Rob Ford & Paul Tracy. John R Walker photo. Last Friday night on social media, Canadian Indycar vet Paul Tracy said: “Giving mayor rob ford a thrill ride tomorrow , think I can make him squeal?
Have you ever walked through a pedestrian tunnel complex and wondered how cool it would be to blast around the maze on a bike or maybe a go-kart?
So many things to write about from the 2 in TO event this weekend, but for now I am going to finish up my day with another post about Scott Hargrove and the Open Road Racing #69.
American acting legend James Garner passed away at his home last night at the age of 86. According to TMZ, the cause has not yet been released, but the actor suffered a stroke a number of years ago, from which he had never fully recovered.
It has been a long day, so I’m not going to race report this other than to say that Nick Tandy won in the simply wicked looking new Porsche 911 RSR GT.
After a great qualifying run earlier this morning, Scott Hargrove drove the #69 Open Road Porsche to a victory in today’s action packed Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge race in Toronto.
Honda Indy weekend has finally rolled in to Toronto this weekend and there has been all kinds of action so far.
Somehow I know that I am going to be thrashed upon by some of my female colleagues for sharing this one, but OMG!
On the weekend of June 21-22, the third of ten 2014 Red Bull Global Rallycross events took place in Washington D.C.
This weekend is another one of those bucket list times for me. Tomorrow morning, way too early, I am boarding a plane and heading to Colorado to cover the Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb.
As part of the lead up to this year’s Honda Indy Toronto, The Mayor of Hinchtown aka James Hinchcliffe, was in Toronto yesterday doing the obligatory meet and greet with the media.
I may have grown up around one of the earliest 911s in existence, but the first time I got behind the wheel of a Porsche, any Porsche, was when I was 19.
Recently I was more or less forced into the position of being a lapping day instructor. I understand this is often how it happens.
Last year the folks at Mazda Canada decided to begin hosting an annual event that was unlike the usual car launch.
I was at the New York Auto Show when Dodge took the wraps off of its new Dart, the first car the world would see as a result of Fiat’s take over of struggling Chrysler.
The 19th Greenwich Concours d’ Elegance: A Festival of Speed and Style was held over the weekend of May 31 – June 1 in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park by the Greenwich Harbor.