A wild day at ‘Dega.
Category: Motorsports & Racing
Thankfully, the driver was okay.
The No. 3 C7.R was fourth, while the No. 4 car was seventh.
The No. 4 Corvette was leading in Long Beach when it was dumped by a Porsche on the last lap.
Would you pay $18,500 for this piece of automotive history?
Place your bets on either beastly machine.
Stewart has been fined for speaking out against NASCAR’s lug nut rules.
The first time IMSA teams race on Michelin’s new tire.
It’s essentially an exotic, street-legal go-kart.
Spoiler alert: the Jeep wins this.
Cooper started from pole.