When Rush hits theaters nationwide on September 28, moviegoers will be seeing the dramatic tale of the 1976 Formula 1 season and the legendary battle between Nikki Lauda and James Hunt. Polar opposites both on an off the track, their differing approaches to racing and life cast a spectacular backdrop for a season that dealt with success, tragedy, and a literal return from the ashes.
To help educate racing enthusiasts who perhaps don’t know a lot about Formula 1, especially the cars from the 1970s, we would like to introduce you to the other stars of Rush: Ferrari’s 312 T2 and McLaren’s M23. Thanks to a more open set of regulations for racing back in 1976 (and designs truly conceived on paper), the cars really took on their own identity. Let’s take a look at what set these two legends of racing apart.
The sportiest 911 will have its world premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show: the new Porsche 911 GT3. In the 50th anniversary year of the 911, Porsche is now set to open a new chapter in race track performance sports cars.
Ahead of it's official debut at the 83rd International Geneva Motor Show, McLaren has released details and a set of stunning images to show the world-renowned vehicle in all its glory. 0-100 km/h in under 3 seconds, 0-200 km/h in under 7 seconds, and 0-300 km/h in less than 17 seconds! That's 5 seconds faster than the McLaren F1 road car.
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As the winner of the 2012 SEMA Award for Hottest Sport Compact, the Scion FR-S has without a doubt taken the automotive world by storm. Keep reading to see some of our favorites from this year's show.