Race cars often take on some outlandish designs and rule-bending technology in their never-ending quest to go fast. Meet some of the more notable characters in the ragtag gang of unlikely speed demons.
Imagine a mile of open pavement in front of you, and no fear of a speeding ticket or jail time. Seems like a dream, but it’s a reality for drivers at The Texas Mile. Listen in as Scott and Kurt describe why the Texas Mile is such a unique test of speed
It’s 12.9 miles of test-track that the auto manufacturers love to use as a standard for performance. But why there? Scott and Kurt explore some of the more colorful characteristics of The 'Ring, and fill you in on some tips that you can employ to stay safe if you wish to test your mettle on "The Green Hell".
We love sedans for a number of reasons – dependability, practicality, safety…and any number of other boring traits. But now it’s time for you allow Scott and Kurt to fill-you-in on the newest, most-powerful and fastest sedans on the market – and all of them are less than $50,000!
There are probably 100 reasons (or more) you shouldn’t try to put a Formula One engine in your car. We’ll tell you just five – but those five are more than enough. Race Car engines belong in race cars, not your grocery-getter.
You may think your daily driver is fast, but our list of the fastest road cars begins at 211 mph – and it only goes up from there. Find out what it takes to make it on to the list of the fastest production cars of 2019.
In the inaugural episode of The Fast Track podcast, Scott presents Vanderhall Motor Works out of Provo, Utah. Vanderhall produces hand-built, three-wheeled autocycles in an assortment of styles ranging from a single-seat speedster, to an all-electric version and even a luxury model. Listen in to see if one might be a good fit for you!
The Fast Track is a show that highlights anything and everything that allows us to go fast. It’s about the past, present and future of racing, including the machines and the racers themselves. It’s also about the technology of cutting-edge engines and engineering used both on the track and off. Find out what makes cars faster, who drives them…and why.