During a recent agricultural equipment expo in Serbia, something quite bizarre turned up. Where you will expect farming equipment like tractors at the expo, it has a, wait for it, a “Formula 1” tractor. You read it right. It is a “Formula” racing tractor called “Farmula 1” MTZ 50”.
Motoring enthusiasts who aspire to hit the race track and have lots of money to drop may want to know that Lotus has a track-only car for your consideration. Revealed at The Quail, the Lotus Type 66 is described as the ‘lost Lotus’ track car from the marque’s archives, rediscovered and reimagined with today’s state-of-the-art …
Who doesn’t love a Ferrari? If you don’t, perhaps the Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale and SF90 XX Spider may change your mind. Unveiled at the Fiorano circuit back in June, the Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale and SF90 XX Spider, as their names imply, are based on the SF90 Stradale V8 PHEV but more extreme.
What you see here is the 1957 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta ‘Tour de France’ with coachwork by Zagato. It is one of the most iconic and desirable of all 1950s GT Ferraris and the third of just five 250 GT LWB Berlinetta ‘Tour de France’ to be bodied by Zagato.
Lancia was a huge name in the Rally scene in the 80s but do you know the Italian automaker also raced in endurance races? The 1983 Lancia LC2 Race Car you see here was one of the three Lancia Works cars built to compete in the 1983 World Endurance Championship.
In the world of motorsports, the Italian luxury sports car marque Maserati has unveiled its latest track creation, the Maserati GT2. The race car, which has been through a series of intensive tests since its announcement in March, is the House of Trident’s ticket back to GT competitions.
If you think the new 2024 Porsche 718 Spyder RS Sports Car looks aggressive, well, that is because it is. It is kind of the Boxster’s equivalent to the 718 Cayman GT4 RS. In fact, the two shares an identical powertrain which is the 4.0L 6-cylinder boxer from the 911 GT3 that produces 483 horses …
We do not know if the world’s fastest couch and the fastest dining table are still the fastest in their respective categories but I am pretty sure a trash can that peaks out at 63 mph (101 km/h) is the world’s fastest trash can even though it has not been adjudicated by Guinness World Records.
Never mind if you failed to pick up the 1991 Benetton B191 Formula 1 race car once driven by Michael Schumacher. It is not a loss because the Benetton F1 ride isn’t what Schumacher is synonymous with; it is the iconic red Ferrari open-wheel race car that is.
Here’s another exciting piece of news from Toyota for motorsports fans. In addition to the pair of electric AE86s, Toyota also revealed the Toyota GR Yaris Rally2 Concept and two special editions Toyota GR Yaris RZ, the GR Yaris RZ “High-performance Sébastien Ogier Edition Concept” and GR Yaris RZ “High-performance Kalle Rovanperä Edition Concept”.