Oct 1

Car Review: GM 2014 Camaro Continues To Perform

2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Here is the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS. (Photo: Courtesy of GM)

Since resurrecting the venerable Camaro after a sever-year absence, Chevrolet has enjoyed considerable success with its traditional front-engine, rear-wheel-drive muscle car.

Reintroduced as a 2010 model, the fifth-generation Camaro has been a hit with buyers and generally well received among critics as well.

Oct 1

Rolex Champions Honored At New York’s Gotham Hall

Rolex Champions Awards At New York’s Gotham Hall

The 2013 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series champions celebrate together at New York’s Gotham Hall. (Photo: Brian Cleary/GRAND-AM)

The GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series gathered one final time on Monday evening at Gotham Hall in Manhattan to put the wraps on 14 years of outstanding competition and honor its deserving champions and award winners.

Second-generation driver Jordan Taylor was feted for his first Daytona Prototype driver championship, while his No. 10 Velocity Worldwide/Toshiba Corvette DP co-driver Max Angelelli celebrated his second DP title. Angelelli co-drove to his first DP championship with Jordan’s father, Wayne Taylor, in 2005. Wayne Taylor owns the No. 10 team.

Oct 1

Crutchlow Calls For Greater Engine Performance

Crutchlow Calls For Greater Engine Performance

British rider Cal Crutchlow rides his Yamaha Tech 3. (Photo: Getty Images)

Cal Crutchlow was left downcast following Sunday’s Aragón Grand Prix, having finished sixth from seventh on the grid at the end of a frustrating weekend.

After the 23-lap encounter which was staged over a total of almost 117 kilometers, Crutchlow stressed that both he and teammate Bradley Smith were losing much ground at MotorLand Aragón, particularly down the kilometer-long back straight.

Sep 30

CORE Set for New Chapter with Porsche


CORE Set for New Chapter with Porsche

CORE Set for New Chapter with Porsche (Photo: LAT)

Last week’s announcement that CORE autosport would become the operational partner for Porsche’s new factory program in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship may have turned some heads, but for team owner Jon Bennett and team manager Morgan Brady, it was the culmination of a long-term goal fulfilled in an surprisingly short period of time.

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Less than four years ago, the idea of going racing in the American Le Mans Series was still a dream for Bennett, who assembled a team as an extension to his manufacturing business, Composite Resources, in 2010. Brady, a former Atlantic engineer who had been part of the ill-fated US F1 project, was one of his first hires, turning down an offer to work for Penske Racing to instead lead efforts at the upstart CORE outfit.