Let's kick things into high gear -- including our use of horrible puns -- with a look at some of the coolest racecars to arrive at the 2017 Detroit auto show.
This is the Ford GT that won its class in the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Yes, it's that Ford GT. It's amazing, still rocking the battle damage from the race.
This car is officially a piece of history.
Acura's NSX GT3 is set to make its IMSA debut at this year's Daytona 24.
It's not shown here in its latest livery, because the new cars are out on the track preparing for Daytona.
It's based on the NSX hybrid, but without all the complicated electrical doodaddery.
Toyota unveiled the 2018 Camry in Detroit, but it also rolled out the NASCAR body based on the same car.
The license plate doesn't matter. Good luck trying to drive that on the street.
It's still a mean mamma jamma, though.
Volkswagen's Global Rallycross Beetle turns a pretty pedestrian ride into something awesome.
You probably wouldn't want to take a regular Beetle over jumps and through the dirt and mud.
It's no bug, it's a monster!
Pixar has a heavy presence at Detroit this year, so of course we're going to include Lightning McQueen.
There's no person more excited for "Cars 3" than Carfection's Alex Goy.
"Cars 3" comes out on June 16, 2017.
Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.