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IMSA GTD champ Christina Nielsen motivates students, praises Danica Patrick in Detroit

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Two-time IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD champion Christina Nielsen didn’t shy away from handing out some solid advice to a group of students at the Detroit International Academy for Young Women in the Motor City on Wednesday. When the Porsche driver asked the class assembled if anyone had discouraged or made fun ...

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2018 All-Stars Contender: Ferrari GTC4Lusso T

Even before we drove it, this “differently shaped” four-seat Ferrari had earned our thumbs-up simply for its bravura uniqueness. “I love wagons!” pro racer and contributor Andy Pilgrim summed up—though the Lusso T is about as far from a Wagon Queen Family Truckster as Clark W. Griswold could get. Ferrari first unveiled the V-12, all-wheel-drive GTC4Lusso as an improved follow-up ...

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Fiat Abarth 124 GT to Debut in Geneva With Carbon-Fiber Hard Top

Alongside the 124 Spider S-Design Free Price Quote From a Local Dealer No Obligation, Fast & Simple Free New Car Quote Change Car Select Make Acura Alfa Romeo Aston Martin Audi Bentley BMW Buick Cadillac Chevrolet Chrysler Dodge Ferrari FIAT Ford Genesis GMC Honda Hyundai Infiniti Jaguar Jeep Karma Kia Lamborghini Land Rover Lexus Lincoln Lotus Maserati Mazda McLaren Mercedes-Benz ...

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McLaren Senna Carbon Theme Skips the Paint

When McLaren first showed off the Senna, its form-follows-function styling shocked its fair share of people. But the McLaren Senna wasn’t built to be pretty. It was built to be “the most exciting street-legal car you can drive on a racetrack.” Not only is every piece of bodywork functional, it’s also made out of carbon fiber. And if you’re really into carbon fiber, McLaren Special Operations ...

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Can a defunct factory return to relevance?

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email The auto industry has a long history of finding new uses for old manufacturing sites. Auto plants have been changing owners and uses since Henry Ford rented a wagon factory on Detroit’s Mack Avenue in 1903 to start assembling his Model A. Auto plants are expensive to build. The most recently announced ...

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Aussie BMW Dealers Want A Pickup In The LIneup

The chances of BMW adding a pickup to its range – at least in some markets – are looking better than ever. The company’s execs Australia appear to be most desperate to sell a truck (or utes as folks call them Down Under). More BMW Pickup News: “We have been very pushy regarding utes or pick-ups, and we believe that ...

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2018 Subaru Crosstrek vs. 2018 Jeep Renegade: Compare Cars

It’s apples and oranges at first glance with the 2018 Jeep Renegade and the 2018 Subaru Crosstrek. These two compact crossovers share a rugged mission, but the Jeep Renegade’s boxy body contrasts with the tall wagon style of the Subaru Crosstrek. They’re two different takes on bite-size four-wheeling, and they’re both a fair amount of crossover for not too much ...

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2018 Subaru Crosstrek vs. 2018 Jeep Compass: Compare Cars

Sometimes, the road less traveled requires getting a little dirty. Enter the 2018 Subaru Crosstrek and the 2018 Jeep Compass, two small crossovers that aim to deliver a lot in small packages. Both models are new for 2018 and they bring rugged style and versatility, if not stump-pulling performance. In our eyes, the 2018 Crosstrek’s the one to have; it ...

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