track racer

  • Radical Sportscars has released another race-ready lightweight track car, slapping a big Garrett turbo on a mid-mounted Ford EcoBoost engine for strong racetrack performance with endurance-championship durability. The new SR10 makes 425 horsepower.
  • The automotive consultancy division of Group Lotus has teamed up with Hope Technology for a new track bike aimed at helping the Great Britain Cycling Team to bring home Olympic gold.
  • ​As emissions rules grow tighter and buyers demand more from their cars, Dodge is laying to rest one of the brashest and boldest cars on the road. The Viper will be laid to rest in 2017, but won't be going gently into that good night, with five special editions giving it a send-off.
  • If you're the sort of driver who eschews creature comforts for driver focused fun, your range of options always seems to be expanding. Following on from the E10 and E10 S track cars, Zenos has cranked up the power with the new 2.3-liter turbocharged E10 R.
  • Unlike it's half scale road cars, Harrington Group's new two-thirds scale Lotus 25 F1 lookalike could prove to be much more than a toy for for the wealthy. It's a low cost race car which offers a whole new sport with more relevance than karts.
  • Like the electric car, e-bikes continue to evolve and change as newer technologies and materials become available. But for some designers, the best formula resides not in the future, but in the past. For Derringer Cycles, 1920s board-track racers are the inspiration behind its new electric bikes.
  • Relatively unknown in the automotive mainstream, Canada’s Magnum began building open-wheeled race cars and specialized parts in the late 1960s. Now the boutique manufacturer from Quebec has moved to the streets with the introduction of the open-aired, dual-purpose Magnum MK5.