On a technicality, no less.
The Hunt/Lauda rivalry makes its way to the movie theatre this September.
The full trailer for Ron Howard's upcoming film "Rush," chronicling the 1976 Formula One series and the rivalry between Niki Lauda and James Hunt, has popped up on YouTube, giving us our first official look at what the F1 action-drama will be like. Spoiler alert: There seems to be a fair amount of CGI. (more…)
A particularly fresh-looking pace car, too.
We always enjoy checking out a cool pace car here at 0-60, and we have to say, the new BMW M6 Gran Coupe wears its MotoGP livery well. (more…)
So sayeth CEO Matthias Müller.
For most of Porsche's model history, the brand has only sold two or three models at once. Starting in 2009 with the addition of the Panamera, though, Porsche has been running a four-model lineup; a fifth model, the 918 Spyder, will be coming later this year. But Porsche still has big plans to expand, according to CEO Matthias Müller. (more…)
At least until we see it in person.
Pictures of BMW's new X4 Concept have leaked out in advance of the car's debut at the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show. And at first glance, well, it doesn't look all that...attractive. But we're not going to judge it quite yet. (more…)
Plug-in hybrid joins the fleet, and turbo sixes replace N/A V8s.
The Porsche Panamera has finally received that long-awaited mid-cycle refresh, and it comes with some good news and some bad news, depending on your point of view. (more…)
0-60 plans prompt move to Hoboken.
Edit: As you may have guessed, the following article was an April Fool's Day joke. But knowing Bloomberg, it just might come true someday...
In a move New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the latest move in his "quality of life" campaign today, declaring that he would seek to use his remaining time in office to ban cars making more than 250 horsepower from the streets of the city. (more…)
Movie star to take spot as No. 2 driver for rest of season.
Edit: Surprise! This was an April Fool's Day post. But we wouldn't say it's impossible.
The 2013 Formula One season is only two races in, but Infiniti-Red Bull Racing has apparently decided the time was right to replace their number two driver, Australian badass Mark Webber. But the decision to replace him is less surprising than who they've tapped to replace him: none other than international movie star and Scientology enthusiast Tom Cruise. (more…)