- 2008 BMW M3 Sedan at the Racetrack

Check out champion racecar driver Justin Bell lapping Laguna Seca in the new M3. (See the full length video car review of the 2008 M3 Coupe at ) During an extended stint behind the wheel of the new BMW M3 Coupe in Monterey, California, jumped at the opportunity to take to the track in the more 'mature' M3 - the four-door sedan version. Where better than a racetrack to experience the true capabilities of the M3. The weight distribution and performance of the sedan is nearly identical to the coupe, so the word 'compromise' was far from our minds. With the introduction of the sedan, BMW has opened up the M3 to a whole additional set of buyers who can now be responsible and naughty at the same time. Wow, what a car. Now you can take your friends along comfortably for the (thrill) ride in an M3.

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The RX-8 has a bite far more aggressive than her wild looks convey. (See the full length video car review at ) Racing heritage - some people have it, others want it. Your passion for performance and your quest for exhilaration. Remarkably, you'll find them both in a sports car like no other: the revolutionary Mazda RX-8. Fueled by equal parts imagination and innovation, the RX-8 is the world's first and only rotary-powered, 4-passenger sports car. Just wait till you get behind the wheel. With the RX-8, you'll discover a new you. Cool thing is - you can even bring your friends along for the ride. The Mazda RX-8 is a unique breed of sports car - one that delivers wide-open performance on every level in a pretty affordable package. In short, the RX-8 surrounds you with an unprecedented combination of sports car performance, practicality and safety. Which is why on any given weekend, there are more Mazda's on the race tracks of America than any other brand of vehicle. - 2008 Dodge Caliber SRT4 Car Review (Trailer)
The Dodge Caliber SRT4 drives as wild as she looks, making for an exciting test in this funky styled 5-door. (See the full length video car review at ) By now you have probably heard of the SRT Division of Chrysler and Dodge -- the guys and girls who have a fun job in taking standard - and ok in the case of Viper, not so standard - road cars and fattening them up on an adrenaline filled diet that delivers cars that look and go faster, ride better and stop quicker than their higher volume and less expensive siblings.And if you haven't a clue what we're talking about -- then simply put, the Dodge Caliber SRT4 is one of the latest hot cars to come from Detroit that proves imaginative creativity and the balls to put a car into production does not have to come with an order of sushi!Driving the Caliber SRT4 is not a passive endeavor, you have to work at holding the wheel straight under acceleration as this is torque-steer central and there is sufficient power to add a bit of wheel spin to make things even more exciting. Excessive torque-steer is the primary negative for this car, particularly so for less sure-footed drivers. We would love to see this car with all-wheel drive - but also can imagine this development task would add substantial and arguably unjustifiable cost to this little rocket. Torque-steer aside, going around corners is a treat in the Caliber SRT4. Solid underfoot with great balance and response to steering inputs means that once rolling you can really enjoy this performance hatchback. - 2007 Lexus GS450 Hybrid Car Review (Trailer)
This Hybrid is a powerful alternative mode of transportation. (See full length video car review at ) Our time in the Lexus GS 450h could be compared to hanging out with a group of very clever accountants. Super efficient, never any problems, solid conversation...but not a lot of heart pumping fun! The main take home from a week in this hybrid is how fabulously quiet it is to drive, and when giving the engine(s) full throttle how the acceleration seems to keep on going until circumstance dictates otherwise. Quite impressive! motorguru likes the outside but found the interior bland, unemotional and not representative of the technical brilliance underfoot. But as Justin Bell points out in in the video -- if you are a Lexus fan with an eye for the environment as well as for performance -- this is a pretty solid car.

BMW e90 m3 sedan cutouts and active xpipe high flow cats installed - cesmotorsport
BMW E90 M3 Sedan gets Active Autowerke X-pipe and High flow cats installed with stock mufflers and electronic cutouts. Pretty wicked sounding!