Physics will tell you that trucks can’t fly…unless of course you’re Bryce Menzies driving a tricked out Pro2 Truck up a massive ramp going 85+mph, in which case physics doesn’t apply. Take an inside look at the engineering masterpiece built to send Bryce flying 300+ feet over a ghost town.
Following the successful test session at the Bonneville Salt Flats with the Triumph Infor Rocket Streamliner, becoming the world’s fastest ever Triumph with a speed of 274.2 mph, Triumph Motorcycles can confirm the motorcycle land speed record attempt will take place mid-September.
One year after its grand re-opening, the Petersen will unveil the most comprehensive retrospective on the Bugatti family in history, showcasing the art, sculpture, furniture and automobiles of the family that changed automotive design, engineering and racing during the art deco period.
Bel-Ray sponsored racer and Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider, Max Anstie, secured his second consecutive MX2 victory at the FIM Motocross World Championship in Switzerland on August 7.
Best In The Desert is proving once again why they are the premier and most popular desert racing organization.
Team Penske takes home their first NASCAR Xfinity win in 2016 with the No. 12 of Joey Logano. Logano’s Ford Mustang dominated the race from the pole position. Taking home his third overall win at The Glen and collected the sixth overall win for Team Penske in the 2016 season.
From Sept. 11-16, 2016, the 12th annual HOT ROD Drag Week puts an unprecedented 400 cars through a grueling test over five days of drag racing through four cities in the Midwest, starting and ending in Hebron, Ohio. Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio is the host drag strip for Day 2 of racing.
Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle/Vance & Hines motorcycle rider Andrew Hines overwhelmed the Pro Stock Motorcycle field with a record-setting performance at the Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals. Hines rode a Harley-Davidson V-Rod drag bike to lead qualifying, re-set the track Elapsed Time record three times over the weekend, and on Sunday won an all-Harley dragster final against teammate Ed Krawiec.
Stunning selections of cars were recently on display at the UK’s newest car event, The Fast Car Festival, with the Aston Martin Vulcan wowing the 6,000-strong crowd. The Vulcan, an 800 hp purpose-built race car, stole the show. With a price tag of over $2 million and one of only 24 ever made, it is rightly regarded as one of the world’s most exclusive cars.
Forsberg’s fifth consecutive podium finish places him in the championship points lead following Formula Drift Round 6.