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0 Chevrolet Reflects on Five Genrations of Camaro

The fifth generation of the Chevrolet Camaro is just about wrapping up, and with it comes 48 years of heritage and sentimentality. Chevrolet is marking the occasion by paying homage to the iconic car and its legacy, not to mention the many who have been captivated by the model over the decades.
GM released the following statements today, combining a series of perspectives given by Carmaro designers, on each respective generation of the car. Here’s what they had to say for each generation of Camaro.

Motorcycle & Powersports
1 Ducati Revamps its 2015 Riding Experience

The 2015 edition of the Ducati Riding Experience, the riding school that Ducati has been organizing for over 10 years, is now taking enrollments. The DRE has four distinguishing factors that put it in a class of its own – a group of internationally renowned instructors, legendary racetracks, tried and tested tuition methods, and all-inclusive packages.

Performance Vehicles
0 Porsche To Show Two New High-Performance Cars at Geneva

Porsche AG is celebrating the world premier of two extreme sports cars at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show. The first, the new Cayman GT4. The second new model will set new standards on the racetrack. Its world premier will take place during the Porsche press conference at the Palexpo Arena in Geneva on March 3, 2015.

Performance Vehicles
1 McLaren To Unveil its 675LT at Geneva

The McLaren 675LT will make its world debut at the 85th Geneva Motor Show, with a clear focus on performance, light weight and ultimate levels of driver engagement – all key attributes of a McLaren ‘Longtail’. Offered as a Coupé only, the 675LT will be the most track-focused, yet road legal, model in the McLaren Super Series.

Daytona 500 Winner, Joey Logano Appears on David Letterman

Valentino Rossi Unveiling Movistar Yamaha MotoGP 2015

Jay Leno's 1951 Jaguar XK 120 Hot Rod


Specs For Porsche 911 GT3 Leaked

The Porsche 911 GT3 Rs is one of the more anticipated cars of the year, making its debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show. A few weeks ago, it was leaked that the car would be powered by an all-new aluminum 4.0 liter flat six engine, which is a step up from the current 3.8 liter variant. However, now we have been given even more information, via a Porsche document leaked by Motor Trend.


Formula E Opening Up To Manufactuers

Right now in Formula E, the FIA’s highest class of electric car racing that is exploding in popularity within the morsports community, there isn’t a whole lot technological of variation. However, now things are changing. For next season, the series will allow teams to build or employ power-trains of their choice, with the first slew of manufacturers released today.