Thirty years ago this month, a race that put the all time greatest Formula 1 drivers head-to-head was dominated by an unknown Brazilian by the name of Ayrton Senna. XCAR tells the story of how this came to be and how an infamous rivalry with Alain Prost was born.
Ayrton Senna's record-breaking F1 lap of the Suzuka Circuit in 1989 has been re-created in light and sound, thanks to telemetry data recorded by Honda.
XCAR throws its hat into the ring and competes in the single-seater racing series that saw Ayrton Senna take his first steps in professional motorsports at Brand's Hatch.
Motorsport can be a dangerous pursuit. XCAR lists the tracks that have claimed the most souls over the past century.
Andrew Noakes profiles Lotus' founder and master engineer, Colin Chapman.
Tragedy and breakthrough mark this, and all, May Days. On the upside, it was on this day that Carl Linnaeus set up the regular naming structure for those in the plant kingdom.
The death of Nodar Kumaritashvili leads to a last-minute decision to lower the start, drop two curves, and shorten the run in order to lower the speed on the track.
Electric cars are supposed to have racy, exotic names like Lightning and G-Wiz, right? Not according to EV Innovations -- its latest sports car sounds like an Italian pensioner