Or at least they try.
According to the crowd-sourced wisdom of Wikipedia, the current record time for a single lap around California's Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is one minute and 5.88 seconds, set by Sébastien Bourdais in a Champ car back in 2007. M. Bourdais, we regret to inform you that your feat is no longer impressive.
Riding virtual shotgun around Laguna Seca.
GoPro cameras and automotive fun go together like peanut butter and chocolate. But GoPros and auto racing? That's even better. That's like, say, peanut butter and dark
Another day in the life of Ken Gushi.
When the Scion FR-S
finally reaches our shores sometime in the near future, one of the first things we're gonna want to do with it is take it to a race track. (After "drift through a cloverleaf intersection," but before "do a burnout.")
We all could use some more time ogling V12 race cars.
We hate to be so candid, but odds are good you'll never drive a Ferrari FXX
. It's okay. We probably won't, either.
Like a...well, you know.
The next time you're at a bar and some Eurotrash drunkard starts bad-mouthing the Mustang Boss 302 as a "crude, unbalanced American gas guzzler," take a deep breath and politely inform him that the Boss 302 a well-balanced sports car capable of lapping one of the world's great racetracks faster than many European sports cars. Then
you can punch him in the teeth.