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BMW S1000RR

The BMW S1000RR: A Quick Review

With BMW’s entry into the DTM, the German automaker is poised to retake its position as number 1 in the motor sports industry. However, over at BMW’s motorcycle division, the once-dominant S1000RR –first released in 2009 to critical acclaim –is now being challenged by other, worthy contenders from the East: Suzuki’s GSX-R1000 and the Honda …

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BMW M6 GT3

The BMW M6: Roew Racing’s Debut Choice for DTM

With the DTM moving to include GT3 cars into its 2021 racing season, the German racing series is poised to become Europe’s largest and most diverse racing competitions, with analysts expecting an influx of both machines and teams entering the DTM.  Prior to this announcement, the DTM was limited to Class One touring cars that …

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McLaren Senna

The 2020 McLaren Senna: A Car You Can Barely Drive

Named after legendary Brazilian Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, the McLaren Senna GTR is a car that, for all intents and purposes, shouldn’t actually exist: it’s purposefully designed for the track, but it’s banned from competition, while its racing design and engineering means it’s also banned on public roads. The base-model, simply called the McLaren …

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Ford GT40

Ford GT40: Why the Legendary Car is an Expensive, but Worthy, Investment

There are, perhaps, very few cars that match up to the legend that is the Ford GT40. Built specifically to compete against –and, of course, beat mercilessly –the finest cars Ferrari has to offer, the GT40 did what it was built for, with its stand-out moment arguably being its 1-2-3 finish at the 1966 Le …

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