Shaves a minute and a half off the old record.
Sébastien Loeb came to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb to win it this year, and win it he did. The rallying master crushed the 12.72 mile course in 8:13.878. The previous record, set last year by Rhys Millen? 9:46.164.
RS5, Multistrada go for that Rocky Mountain High.
No one died in the making of this wipeout.
Back in the days before the Discovery Channel filled most of their lineup with reality shows like Deadliest Pearl Dives, Assholes Who Run A Pawn Shop
and Let's Guess How Much We Can Flip This Crappy House For
, the channel had three main staples: shows about living predators (sharks, crocodiles, big cats, and so forth), shows about dinosaurs, and shows where stuff gets destroyed real good.
800 horsepower worth of hillclimbing badassery.
It's a cold hard truth of life: If you haven't seen a World Rally Championship Group B rally by now, you're never going to.
Anyone for a hill climb?
Last weekend, many of the world's most exotic cars ventured to England for the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Among those cars: A Ferrari 458 Spider and Ferrari's 2009 Formula One race car, the F60. And yes, they both went for a quick blast up the festival's famous hill.