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The reason stereos play exhaust notes - /MATT FARAH
The reason stereos play exhaust notes - /MATT FARAH

Matt Farah takes the BMW M4 on a very special road to address a topic that has caused intergalactic warfare among car enthusiasts: piping exhaust sounds through the stereo.

Driving Turner Motorsports' BMW Z4 GTD - /MATT FARAH
Driving Turner Motorsports' BMW Z4 GTD - /MATT FARAH

How much faster is a race car than a street car? To find out, Matt drove BMW's newest version of the Z4, the Z4 sdrive35i, and then jumped into a championship winning Z4 that was built by Turner Motorsport.

The difference, and abilities, are staggering.

COMING SOON: The Aussie Racer
COMING SOON: The Aussie Racer

This is the official trailer for /AUSSIE RACER, a show coming to /DRIVE in 2015, in which Australian motor sport legend, Sandy Bowman, and his navigator/best friend, Daniel Hardman, set off to compete in as many racing disciplines as they can, from off-road buggies to rally cars to motorbikes and more.




Catch the full episodes right here on /DRIVE. No subscription required.


(And yes, we're jealous of them, too.)



https://facebook.com/AussieRacer

Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT1
Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT1

This week on /DRIVE on NBC Sports, Mike Musto drives a Cadillac built by a man who equally hates tires and small blocks.

And, Chris Harris is given an empty track and free reign of 2 legends of Ferrari: the F40 and F50.

Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT2
Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT2

This week on /DRIVE on NBC Sports, Mike Musto drives a Cadillac built by a man who equally hates tires and small blocks.

And, Chris Harris is given an empty track and free reign of 2 legends of Ferrari: the F40 and F50.

Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT3
Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT3

This week on /DRIVE on NBC Sports, Mike Musto drives a Cadillac built by a man who equally hates tires and small blocks.

And, Chris Harris is given an empty track and free reign of 2 legends of Ferrari: the F40 and F50.

Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT4
Blown Caddy, Drifting Ferraris - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP10 PT4

This week on /DRIVE on NBC Sports, Mike Musto drives a Cadillac built by a man who equally hates tires and small blocks.

And, Chris Harris is given an empty track and free reign of 2 legends of Ferrari: the F40 and F50.

Vintage Racing in a 1963 Brabham BT6 -- /DRIVEN
Vintage Racing in a 1963 Brabham BT6 -- /DRIVEN

After a life of motorcycles and karting, Stuart and Jonathan Hughes -- a father-and-son team -- go vintage racing in a 1963 Brabham BT6. In the hands of racers like Jo Schlesser and Denny Hulme, the Cosworth Ford-powered BT6 was a winning entry during the 1963 Formula Junior season.

Thank you to Howard Bartrop for the Silverstone Classic footage.

Alfa Romeo 4C: Is the future bright?
Alfa Romeo 4C: Is the future bright?

Carbon tub. Small engine. Wide track. Some call it the recipe of the future for driver's cars.


The same money can get you a Jaguar, BMW, or (almost) a Viper. Is that what you should buy?

The master of big engines and old tech, Mike Musto, takes the Alfa 4C for a hot run up Highway 1 to see what the little spitfire is all about.

Off-Road Muscle: 1961 Ford Falcon Rally Car
Off-Road Muscle: 1961 Ford Falcon Rally Car

To most people, modifying a classic car for "drivers" means stiff suspension, big wheels, and sticky tires.



For Dennis Varni, it meant rally. It meant bad gas in foreign countries, dirt, broken roads and unforeseen obstacles. It meant having Hills Rod & Custom turn a Ford Falcon into a rally car.


It meant turning a Ford Falcon into a rally car.

It's the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on NBCSN
It's the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on NBCSN

Will Buxton in the dunes leading up to an exhilarating Formula One weekend in Abu Dhabi. Catch the practices, qualifying, and race on NBC Sports Network.

Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT4
Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT4

Season 1, Episode 9 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about adventure. We leave the United States to find car culture around the world.

Matt Farah goes to Panama, where everything falls apart, forcing him and his team to get resourceful, leading to off-roading, driving a 900HP Mitsubishi EVO in the rain, and the most dangerous bus ride ever.

JF Musial goes to South Africa and finds BMW culture is strong, and then takes you on what might be the best driving road in the world.

Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT1
Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT1

Season 1, Episode 9 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about adventure. We leave the United States to find car culture around the world.

Matt Farah goes to Panama, where everything falls apart, forcing him and his team to get resourceful, leading to off-roading, driving a 900HP Mitsubishi EVO in the rain, and the most dangerous bus ride ever.

JF Musial goes to South Africa and finds BMW culture is strong, and then takes you on what might be the best driving road in the world.

Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT3
Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT3

Season 1, Episode 9 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about adventure. We leave the United States to find car culture around the world.

Matt Farah goes to Panama, where everything falls apart, forcing him and his team to get resourceful, leading to off-roading, driving a 900HP Mitsubishi EVO in the rain, and the most dangerous bus ride ever.

JF Musial goes to South Africa and finds BMW culture is strong, and then takes you on what might be the best driving road in the world.

Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT2
Great Cars, Scary Buses - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP09 PT2

Season 1, Episode 9 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about adventure. We leave the United States to find car culture around the world.

Matt Farah goes to Panama, where everything falls apart, forcing him and his team to get resourceful, leading to off-roading, driving a 900HP Mitsubishi EVO in the rain, and the most dangerous bus ride ever.

JF Musial goes to South Africa and finds BMW culture is strong, and then takes you on what might be the best driving road in the world.

Stadium Super Trucks: Excellent Madness - /MOMO SlowMo
Stadium Super Trucks: Excellent Madness - /MOMO SlowMo

Jumping, sliding, crashing (gently), who wouldn't want to do that? Robby Gordon wanted to do all of those, in one race.

We love Robby Gordon.

But that race didn't exist.


So Robby created his own racing series: the SPEED Energy Formula Off-Road (AKA "Stadium Super Trucks"), and it's one of the most amazing races ever held for 4-wheeled vehicles. Lap after lap, trucks fly to big heights and round corners in smoky slides, there's bumping and torn body panels and screaming tires.


But with so much going on, some times it's easy to get overwhelmed, so we're slowing things down, and giving it the /MOMO SlowMo treatment. Now you can savor all 24" of suspension compression, and every smoking second.





http://stadiumsupertrucks.com

What $17,000 Car Would You Buy? - AFTER/DRIVE
What $17,000 Car Would You Buy? - AFTER/DRIVE

The name says it all: Which SINGLE car would you buy for $17,000?

In the past, the guys (Mike Spinelli of /DRIVE, and Zack Moseley and Mike Prichinello of Classic Car Club Manhattan) have used their hypothetical budget to buy several cars, but the viewers called for a single answer: What ONE car would they buy, for this money?

Here are their answers.

Record Crown Range Pass in a Porsche GT3 Cup - /DRIVER'S EYE
Record Crown Range Pass in a Porsche GT3 Cup - /DRIVER'S EYE

Many are familiar with New Zealand's famous road, the Crown Range Pass. This public road climbs to 1,100 meters above sea level by the way of fast twisty corners and steep uphill hairpins on the way from Queenstown to Wanaka. For the first time in history, 2014's Targa New Zealand has ventured to the South Island, allowing competitors to try their luck at some of the most beautiful roads in the world. Gavin Riches, the driver of this 997 GT3 Cup car, has shipped his car all the way from Florida in order to compete in this week long event. His run through the Crown Range is now the fastest recorded run of any car during competition.

In this particular Targa, the rules operate more like a stage rally. The drivers are competing for stage time. The only difference from straight up performance rally is the fact that there is no recce for the co-driver beforehand and the cars cannot exceed 200kph without incurring a stiff penalty.

So in this case, Gavin's GT3 Cup is getting to 200kph quite quickly and driving into the corners blind. Thus the co-driver's job (Gavin's wife Amy) is to navigate the car to the stage, and then during the stage, make sure the car doesn't exceed 200kph. This is the reason behind the conversation in the car at speed being:

Gavin: "Speed?, Speed?"

Amy: "Hold. Hold. Up. Up. Hold."

The closest one can get to 200kph without going over depicts who's coming in first. It's a bit different than what we are all used to while watching in-car footage…. But it's a fun challenge to watch none-the-less.

Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT04
Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT04

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Matt Farah goes to Texas to drive an electric DeLorean, Mike Spinelli thinks he can drive across Manhattan in a Porsche 918 using only the battery, and Chris Harris flogs the 918 on a track.

Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT01
Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT01

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Matt Farah goes to Texas to drive an electric DeLorean, Mike Spinelli thinks he can drive across Manhattan in a Porsche 918 using only the battery, and Chris Harris flogs the 918 on a track.

Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT02
Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT02

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Matt Farah goes to Texas to drive an electric DeLorean, Mike Spinelli thinks he can drive across Manhattan in a Porsche 918 using only the battery, and Chris Harris flogs the 918 on a track.

Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT03
Proving Electric Cars Won't Suck - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP08 PT03

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Matt Farah goes to Texas to drive an electric DeLorean, Mike Spinelli thinks he can drive across Manhattan in a Porsche 918 using only the battery, and Chris Harris flogs the 918 on a track.

2014 Dodge Viper TA - /MATT FARAH
2014 Dodge Viper TA - /MATT FARAH

The Dodge Viper has always carried the stigma of a dangerous, unruly machine that kills people for fun and only eats omelets made from penguin eggs.


We're not so sure, and now that they took $15,000 off the price, we needed to take another look at one of the most "analog" cars available today.

Why the Dino is so Special - /DRIVEN
Why the Dino is so Special - /DRIVEN

John Pogson is one of the most important people in the world of Ferrari. He's been fixing them and driving them since his early 20s. When it comes to restoration and race engineering, he's simply one of the best.


In this episode of /DRIVEN, John tells the story of the oddball that has become a legend: the Dino.

*A strong thank you to John Hughes for lending his Dino to us and making this film possible.


From his company, Italia Autosport
http://italiaautosport.com/history/italia/

"Italia Autosport is now one of, if not the most, trusted, reliable and successful Ferrari independents in Europe, having a client base throughout the UK, some of which were first introduced to us back in 1975 and have remained loyal to us ever since.


Italia Autosport has also enjoyed success with major 'Concours d' Elegance' events and British race championships, four of which were won by John Pogson himself, driving race cars such as Ferrari 328, Ferrari 355 and Ferrari F40's."

Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT1
Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT1

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Chris Harris travels to Spain to test the stunning Jaguar F-Type Coupe R, and find out how a pizza delivery guy built a "junk heap" Mazda that became an internet sensation. [PART 1]

Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT2
Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT2

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Chris Harris travels to Spain to test the stunning Jaguar F-Type Coupe R, and find out how a pizza delivery guy built a "junk heap" Mazda that became an internet sensation. [PART 2]

Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT3
Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT3

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Chris Harris travels to Spain to test the stunning Jaguar F-Type Coupe R, and find out how a pizza delivery guy built a "junk heap" Mazda that became an internet sensation. [PART 3]

Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT4
Only Coupe in Common -- /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP07 PT4

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports: Chris Harris travels to Spain to test the stunning Jaguar F-Type Coupe R, and find out how a pizza delivery guy built a "junk heap" Mazda that became an internet sensation. [PART 4]

1963 Corvette Built Right - /MATT FARAH
1963 Corvette Built Right - /MATT FARAH

If you love cars, want to buy a cool used one, or just browse the internet seeing what's out there, you need to know about the site Bring A Trailer (link below).

They scour the internet looking for the best cool used cars, projects, and collectibles. They've even developed their own bidding software that gets rid of people who "snipe" online car auctions. They're some of the best brains in the car business.

So when they build a car, you can bet it's special. This is their 1963 split window Corvette.


http://bringatrailer.com

2015 BMW M4 - Everything You Need to Know - AFTER/DRIVE
2015 BMW M4 - Everything You Need to Know - AFTER/DRIVE

The new M4 ditches the "3" in BMW's most iconic car, adds boost, and goes to electric steering. It's a lot for the M3 fan to take in, so Mike Spinelli sat down with BMW's V.P. of Engineering, Albert Biermann, to talk about how they approached the car, why it's so good, and why it's all about steering.

Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches  - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT1
Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT1

This episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is about hand-made perfection, or the quest for it, at least.



Two small companies have very different ideas of what perfection is. Koenigsegg uses turbos, V8 engines, and hand-laid carbon fiber. Their cars cost over a million dollars and go unspeakably fast.



On the other side of the world, Singer Vehicle Design takes Porsche 911s and re-imagines them, improving every part, without deviating from the original.

Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches  - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT2
Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT2

In Part 2 of this episode, Chris Harris visits Singer Vehicle Design, a company that takes the restoration of Porsche 911s to obsessive levels, to see how they do it.


This episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is about hand-made perfection, or the quest for it, at least.



Two small companies have very different ideas of what perfection is. Koenigsegg uses turbos, V8 engines, and hand-laid carbon fiber. Their cars cost over a million dollars and go unspeakably fast.



On the other side of the world, Singer Vehicle Design takes Porsche 911s and re-imagines them, improving every part, without deviating from the original.

Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches  - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT3
Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT3

In Part 3 of this episode, Chris Harris takes out a Porsche 911 that has been restored by the acclaimed Singer Vehicle Design, to see if years of work have paid off.


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This episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is about hand-made perfection, or the quest for it, at least.



Two small companies have very different ideas of what perfection is. Koenigsegg uses turbos, V8 engines, and hand-laid carbon fiber. Their cars cost over a million dollars and go unspeakably fast.



On the other side of the world, Singer Vehicle Design takes Porsche 911s and re-imagines them, improving every part, without deviating from the original.



But the two meet at the junction of obsessive care and specific details, and the results speak for themselves.

Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches  - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT4
Koenigseggs and Sliding Porsches - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP06 PT4

In Part 4 of this episode, Chris Harris slays Chuckwalla Raceway in a Porsche 911 that has been restored by the acclaimed Singer Vehicle Design.

This episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is about hand-made perfection, or the quest for it, at least.

Two small companies have very different ideas of what perfection is. Koenigsegg uses turbos, V8 engines, and hand-laid carbon fiber. Their cars cost over a million dollars and go unspeakably fast.

On the other side of the world, Singer Vehicle Design takes Porsche 911s and re-imagines them, improving every part, without deviating from the original.

But the two meet at the junction of obsessive care and specific details, and the results speak for themselves.

Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05  PT1
Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05 PT1

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports, it's all about Ferrari. The icon in red. Racing heritage, brand cache, performance, they have it all. And now they have their own episode.


The La Ferrari is their newest in a long line of super performance cars, and Chris Harris goes to Italy to find out if it's worth all the press.

But first, Mike Spinelli investigates the story of a car that spent a lot of its life in hiding, buried in dirt. Yes, what once was the greatest home an earthworm ever had, is back on the road.

Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05  PT2
Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05 PT2

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports, it's all about Ferrari. The icon in red. Racing heritage, brand cache, performance, they have it all. And now they have their own episode.


The La Ferrari is their newest in a long line of super performance cars, and Chris Harris goes to Italy to find out if it's worth all the press.

But first, Mike Spinelli investigates the story of a car that spent a lot of its life in hiding, buried in dirt. Yes, what once was the greatest home an earthworm ever had, is back on the road.

Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05  PT3
Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05 PT3

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports, it's all about Ferrari. The icon in red. Racing heritage, brand cache, performance, they have it all. And now they have their own episode.


The La Ferrari is their newest in a long line of super performance cars, and Chris Harris goes to Italy to find out if it's worth all the press.

But first, Mike Spinelli investigates the story of a car that spent a lot of its life in hiding, buried in dirt. Yes, what once was the greatest home an earthworm ever had, is back on the road.

Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05  PT4
Ferrari, Ferrari, Ferrari - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP05 PT4

On this episode of /DRIVE on NBC Sports, it's all about Ferrari. The icon in red. Racing heritage, brand cache, performance, they have it all. And now they have their own episode.


The La Ferrari is their newest in a long line of super performance cars, and Chris Harris goes to Italy to find out if it's worth all the press.

But first, Mike Spinelli investigates the story of a car that spent a lot of its life in hiding, buried in dirt. Yes, what once was the greatest home an earthworm ever had, is back on the road.

Is the Porsche 911 GT3 The Best Sports Car Ever Built? - AFTER/DRIVE
Is the Porsche 911 GT3 The Best Sports Car Ever Built? - AFTER/DRIVE

The Porsche 911 GT3 has always been the Porsche to buy if you really love driving. The newest model is a marvel of technology, but is it still a true driver's car? Discuss.

With Zac Moseley and Mike Prichinello from Classic Car Club Manhattan.
http://classiccarclubmanhattan.com

Watch Chris Harris's first drive of the 991 GT3
https://youtube.com/watch?v=KVdme4ISq8Y

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How I Went from Gran Turismo to Le Mans - /DRIVEN
How I Went from Gran Turismo to Le Mans - /DRIVEN

In 2011 Jann Mardenborough became the best Gran Turismo player in the world. He had won the GT Academy competition, beating 90,000 contestants. His prize was a driver's seat for Nissan at the Dubai 24 Hour.

3 years later, he's still racing for them. He's humble, grateful, and focused. This is his inspirational story, in his words.


Thanks to Nismo for supplying footage. Check them out at
https://youtube.com/channel/UCaTxfj0BzL-MaCy-YUqPRoQ?feature=mhee

THIS is RACING in 4K - /MOMO SlowMo
THIS is RACING in 4K - /MOMO SlowMo

4K resolution is the future of video. It makes HD look like black and white. And there's no better use for it than filming cars. See the tires chunking, chassis flexing, and sparks flying.

Beads of sweat roll down a driver's face before the green flag, splitters bend into tarmac, strips of rubber never before noticeable are clear as day.

This is our renowned /MOMO SlowMo series, in 4K.

*4K takes YT a long time to process so if it's not available in the drop-down menu now, it's still working.


We are proud to bring you footage from the 2014 TUDOR United Sports Car Championship at Circuit of the Americas.

Import inspiration, domestic execution - /BIG MUSCLE
Import inspiration, domestic execution - /BIG MUSCLE

When Ariel Alvarez began building his 1973 'cuda, never cared about making it pretty, period-correct, or doing what the forum members said he should do. He focused on track performance first, looks (a distant) second, and that's what he ended up with.


However, as with all custom builds, there may be a few kinks left to work out...

Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP04 PT4
Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP04 PT4

Episode 4 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about odd cars. The slow and the strange. They don't hustle a corner or jolt heart rates, and they don't try to. But does that mean they aren't good, exciting, or fun? Hardly.

Watch as Mike Musto tests a tractor-power rat rod that looks like something the devil would drive, and that makes his 6'5" 245lb frame look small.

Then Chris Harris tests his newest -and weakest- car: a 1957 Citroen 2CV that has 12 whole horsepower.

Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP04 PT3
Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports: EP04 PT3

Episode 4 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about odd cars. The slow and the strange. They don't hustle a corner or jolt heart rates, and they don't try to. But does that mean they aren't good, exciting, or fun? Hardly.

Watch as Mike Musto tests a tractor-power rat rod that looks like something the devil would drive, and that makes his 6'5" 245lb frame look small.

Then Chris Harris tests his newest -and weakest- car: a 1957 Citroen 2CV that has 12 whole horsepower.

Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP04 PT2
Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP04 PT2

Episode 4 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about odd cars. The slow and the strange. They don't hustle a corner or jolt heart rates, and they don't try to. But does that mean they aren't good, exciting, or fun? Hardly.

Watch as Mike Musto tests a tractor-power rat rod that looks like something the devil would drive, and that makes his 6'5" 245lb frame look small.

Then Chris Harris tests his newest -and weakest- car: a 1957 Citroen 2CV that has 12 whole horsepower.

Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP04 PT1
Questionable Road Usage - /DRIVE on NBC Sports EP04 PT1

Episode 4 of /DRIVE on NBC Sports is all about odd cars. The slow and the strange. They don't hustle a corner or jolt heart rates, and they don't try to. But does that mean they aren't good, exciting, or fun? Hardly.

Watch as Mike Musto tests a tractor-power rat rod that looks like something the devil would drive, and that makes his 6'5" 245lb frame look small.

Then Chris Harris tests his newest -and weakest- car: a 1957 Citroen 2CV that has 12 whole horsepower.

What Cars Would You Buy For $25,000? — AFTER/DRIVE
What Cars Would You Buy For $25,000? — AFTER/DRIVE

What Cars Would You Buy For $25,000? — AFTER/DRIVE

It’s a bar game we play. Come up with a number. That’s how much you can spend on all the cars you’ll ever need, using eBay. These are our picks. What are yours?

With Zac Moseley and Mike Prichinello from Classic Car Club Manhattan.

http://classiccarclubmanhattan.com

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The Secrets Of Car And Driver's Lightning Lap Revealed - /DRIVEN
The Secrets Of Car And Driver's Lightning Lap Revealed - /DRIVEN

Go behind the scenes with Car and Driver magazine editors as they pummel Virginia International Raceway for three days with 25 of the world’s best sports cars.

Their object is to set benchmark lap times that compare a cars’ performance against other cars in its price range. They publish the results once a year in the Lightning Lap issue.

Exciting? Yes. Easy? Hardly. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how they do it.

Check out Car and Driver's full Lightning Lap feature article:
http://caranddriver.com/features/lightning-lap-2014-feature

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