One-off cars are always going to be fun -- especially when they're built in a shed in the east of England and can hit 62mph from rest in less than 3 seconds. It's also fun to put them on sand up against a Speedway rider. As you do.
After the press days at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show concluded, our host, Toyota, took us down to Fuji Speedway to try out their new, affordable, rear-wheel drive sports car, the 86/GT 86. So, what's it like?
A blind driver will lap the Daytona International Speedway during prerace activities for the Rolex 24.
"Big Hoss," soon to be confirmed as the largest TV in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records, has been switched on in Texas to the delight of thousands of "Duck Dynasty"-loving racing fans.
Let the superheroics begin in Nascar. DC Comics and Dale Earnhardt Jr. unveil a Superman paint scheme for the No. 88 Chevy.
Using his head to maneuver a customized Corvette, racer Sam Schmidt, a quadriplegic, will drive laps during race festivities.
It would take 2,200 46-inch TVs to make up the size of Panasonic's "Big Board," which has just been switched on at Churchill Downs.
The Laguna Seca racetrack, a sports coupe, and a PlayStation 3 racing sim come together to demonstrate the future of tech at Toyota.
Move over, AlphaDog: the "six-foot-two, 330-pound" humanoid Atlas is the new top robot in town.
These sensor-packed locomotives compute some 150,000 data points per minute. CNET Road Trip 2014 got a chance to see how they're built.