It seems that everywhere I go, racers are partial to one of the big three power-adders. Some like turbochargers, others love superchargers, and some are loyal to nitrous injection systems. That got me to thinking: why can’t a guy have a combination of two or even all three? It seems that I am not the only sicko following this train of thought. Bradley Gray, owner of Blown Mafia, is in the habit of stacking power-adders and covering them in chrome. All these vehicles run and drive but (the bad news is that) Bradley is not into racing them. He likes Read More
I think I’ll call this color Emerald Chrome. It’s absolutely stunning on this radically modified Nissan R35 Skyline GT-R, but never mind the aesthetics; this coupe is built to tame the track. When the team at Motive DVD (from the United Kingdom, I presume) was asked to build this monster, they set out with a purpose; to dominate the street car class at Powercruise events around the globe. While Motive stopped short of revealing all their design secrets, they did cover the basics and treat us to a grand video ride-along. To make this car competitive and unique, these Brits Read More
Hot off the presses! Here is a first look at the latest and greatest new Italian supercar – projected for introduction later this year in Paris or Geneva (Auto Shows). This is the 2018 Lamborghini Huracan Superleggera taming the historic track at Nurburgring. When the experts really want to know what a car is capable of, they turn to this grueling 3.199-mile track that legendary F1 racer Jackie Stewart nicknamed “the Green Hell”. The 2018 Huracan Superleggera (meaning “super light”) seems up to the task with typical Lamborghini handling and performance. The Superleggera version is approximately 220-pounds lighter than the Read More
Get a load of this awesome (looking and sounding) 1500hp Bugatti Chiron as it manipulates the thin straits of legendary Goodwood Raceway. Amid a field that included every kind of exotic supercar that you can imagine, this beauty still managed to stand out. It is designed to be an improved replacement for the Veyron. An 8.0-liter, 16-cylinder engine utilizes four turbochargers to develop 1,500hp and 1,180 lb.-ft. of torque. The Chiron can rocket from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.5-seconds. The electronically controlled top speed is 261 mph and the price tag is – brace yourself – approximately $2.6-million.
Check out some videos and pictures from the 2016 GoldRush Rally as they hit zMAX Dragway in Condord, NC. We will be uploading more videos over the next couple of days so keep checking back and subscribe to your YouTube Channel as well. Videos Picture Gallery
100+ Lamborghinis gather in Miami for the annual running of the Bulls
We attended another great Exotic Car Toy Rally this year for the Toys for Tots Program. Check out the picture gallery and videos below!
If you (like I) missed the 2015 SEMA show in Las Vegas, here are a few video highlights that may help to soothe the wound. For starters there’s a full-custom JDM Nissan Sunny pickup with a tricked out SR-20 four-cylinder engine. This contraption weighs only about 1,800-pounds and makes 450hp. Next, we have an E28 BMW. You will seldom see a wilder suspension setup than the one on this car. It’s inboard mounted and push rod activated with aluminum mounts. The engine is an inline 6-cylinder (dry-sump oiling system) that has been seriously beefed up by VAC Motorsports in Philadelphia. Read More
Check out Mad Mike’s four-rotor Mazda Miata at the 2015 SEMA Show. This unique roadster is setup for drift racing and it is on display in the Garrett Turbochargers booth. Mad Mike is a native of New Zealand but he makes frequent trips to the U.S. to compete in Formula Drift events. With its four rotor engine configuration and a pair of Garrett GTX 40 turbos, this car sounds awesome. Sure, you could build a high-powered V8 for a fraction of the cost but there is something to be said for originality. This specially designed rotary Mazda engine certainly has Read More
This video comes to you from SEMA 2015. It features a wild creation from the gang at Premier Performance Products Distribution in Rexburg, Idaho -and I do mean a Wild One! It all begins with a Generation II Dodge Ram 2WD pickup truck chassis with a 12-valve Cummins diesel engine. From there it takes a really wild turn and ends up as this beast that you have just got to wrap your eyeballs around. The cab is pre-war and the cockpit is state-of-the-art techno-redneck. The monster power plant is built by Industrial Injection and it has a couple of ATS Read More