Check out this sexy trailer for the full-length 2014 goldRush Rally documentary. GRR’s promotional video showcases amazing cars doing cool things on open roads, well-heeled beautiful people wearing gold-encrusted accessories and hot girls partying at clubs. Credit production company Format67.Net and director Daniel Michaelis for a slick, engrossing video that seamlessly melds hot cars with the essence of a cool nightlife.
Recently I posted an article about how amazing the Maserati MC12 GT1 race car looked and sounded on track. That brief clip was under a minute and a half, but it did a great job of distilling the essence of the all-conquering MC12 GT1 racers. Naturally, the Revvolution team was mid-chubby for this machine even before the vid ended, so we fired up the Google to find moar. Now, for your viewing pleasure, here’s three MC12 GT1s doing battle on a racetrack.
Assume you’re the kind of car guy with a few million lying around. Would you enter a rally that promises very little sleep, less food and a 3,000-mile trip with 10 to 20 hours of driving a day, and a stiff 70 grand entry fee?
With the aim to be the world’s best drivers’ car on the track, the P1 GTR has high hurdles and high expectations. While the slower P1 has 903 horsepower, the race-reading P1 GTR pumps out 986 horsepower from its 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged, V-8 engine and electric motor.
Ferrari is a company known for exclusivity and wringing their customers out of more money with every special edition they release. With the current batch of Italian supercars apparently looking a little long in the tooth, Autoblog has let slip that a production version of the Pininfarina Sergio is coming—in limited, Ferrari-like quantities.