Last Saturday was the fifth and final qualifying round of Gymkhana GRiD’s European Gauntlet series and we were trackside to hear, taste and smell…
The Crown Range in Queenstown, New Zealand differs from Pikes Peak, Colorado in several ways. It’s shorter, at 6.46 miles compared to 12.42 miles,…
The Euro invasion of Gymkhana GRID reaches its climax on the 28th of this month, as the best European drifters go head to head at Santa Pod Raceway, Northamptonshire with Mr Gymkhana himself, Ken Block.
In the run-up to this weekend’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone, F1 drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov got together with QPR football players Djibril Cisse and Clint Hill for a bit of penalty practice using the rear-end of a Caterham 7.
There’s something very special about rear wheel drive cars. They offer a driving purity front and four wheel drive cars can’t. As FWD and 4WD cars struggle to cope with steering and drivetrain influences, a RWD car isn’t pulled from the front, it’s pushed from behind, leaving the front axle to do as nature intended, steer.
You can tell how proud Ferrari are of their new four-wheel drive transmission, by how keen they are to show it being used in a way that no previous Ferrari could hope to aspire to. This is both a Ferrari for power slides and the most sensible car in Ferrari’s range.
“Check this out – some bonus footage of Ken Block’s Gymkhana video showing some of the errors and damage behind the final version – Ken admits that it took several takes to film the video, but challenges anyone watching to do better…” – LelrA
Dickie Meaden has a new driving hero – his name is Vaughn Gittin Jnr. We kid you not