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Performance

The first day of the course culminates with hot laps with the driving pros.

Mopar chose the Challenger because it’s the most customized of all Fiat-Chrysler vehicles.

In the latest installment of our guide to getting started on the track, we discuss the critical...

The Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II was only produced for the 1969 model year.

Any car can at least look like it will go faster with a rear spoiler.

The 1960 CERV 1 set the stage for future generations of Corvettes with a long list of innovations.

Porsche boldly breaks from 911 tradition by moving the engine from the rear to the middle of the...

Automakers brought some of their most exciting models—vehicles you don't commonly see on the...

Twincharging combines the efficiency of a small engine with the fat power band of a bigger engine....

A mash of the throttle and it all became one big beautiful blur.

For lovers of Italian motorsport heritage, it doesn’t get better than this.

Performance at an affordable price remains the key.

Matkovich parked the ‘68 Corvette behind his garage and retired from the track. Then, fast-forward...

Its outrageous 815-horsepower output is double that of most Corvette engines available when this C2...

Automakers would stop at nothing to out-duel each on gravel roads, tarmac stages, and deep-woods...

The 406 mill available on the ’62 Galaxie was aimed directly at amateur racers.

BMW utilizes the strategy with its limited-edition 500-horsepower 2017 BMW M4 GTS.

Some car guys say, “They don’t make them like they used to.” That's not always true.

The Fiat’s personality is raucous, with a wonderfully raspy exhaust note.

The BMW 335i owned by the fastest man in the world was tweaked with the M performance kit for...

Owning a V12 might not not be as difficult as you think.