This automotive Frankenstein may be the most important American sports car ever—a bona fide, in-the-sheetmetal mid-engined Corvette. But until GM gets some proper Corvette bodywork on it, you can call it the StingHoldIllac.
In 2016, Ford will build upon its modern Ford GT supercar and its 1960s racing heritage: Ford is revealing a GT successor in Detroit next month, and also plans to build and campaign a two-car Tudor Series racing team.
When Ferrari only has to play by the rules it sets, it crafts a 1,039-horsepowered, multi-million dollar missile for a handful of lucky drivers.
For those of you who somehow don’t already have a big ’ol man crush on inaudible F1 hotshoe Kimi Raikkonen, then consider school in session. Kimi is what the phrase “no fucks given” would look like, if phrases could drink heavily, fall off yachts and pass out outside bars holding an inflatable dolphin.
In the case of this 650-horsepower Ferrari 430, there’s a bicycle that’s faster.