This is the new sound of F1. Get used to it. A few months ago, we brought you a preview of the sound of Formula 1's new turbocharged engines, courtesy of Honda. Many of you were of the opinion that it
Disorderly conduct with the decibels. Typically, we prefer our morning brew in the form of flame-spewing supercars, kamikaze hot laps, or tantalizing anti-lag audio samples. Thus, a new open-wheel racer
Noise pollution at high altitudes. With rumors swirling about the possibility of a new off-road 991 model, we've been rediscovering just how multitalented this Stuttgart icon is. This morning's wake-up
V8 snarl and breathtaking views. When thinking of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, America's second oldest automotive race, one may turn to thoughts of race-prepped machines sporting wild aerodynamics
Watch Swiss driver René Laubscher fly up the hill at Hillclimb Gurnigel. Every year, hundreds of fast, loud cars, trucks, and motorcycles head to the Gurnigel Pass in Switzerland for Hillclimb Gurnigel.
No matter how old this noise is, it never truly gets old. Audi's famed Sport Quattro is one of the stars —perhaps the star—of 1980s rallying, and the sounds of the turbocharged straight-five are part the