Er staan acht races op de kalender van het seizoen van het FIA WEC. Monza, dat eerder al de Le Mans Series ontving en ook een officiële WEC-test organiseerde, krijgt in oktober 2020 een ronde van het WK. Ook Kyalami, dat eerder al terugkeerde op de internationale autosportkalender met de 9 uur van Kyalami - een ronde van het Intercontinental GT Challenge - zal een wedstrijd organiseren in februari 2021. Het seizoen wordt begin september geopend met een proloog in Silverstone, gevolgd door de eerste wedstrijd. De 6 uur van Spa-Francorchamps vindt op 24 april 2021 plaats. De afsluitende 24 uur van Le Mans staat in de week van 13 juni geprogrammeerd. FIA World Endurance Championship 2021-2021 31 aug/01 sep 2020 Pre-Season Test, Silverstone (Groot-Brittannië) 05 september 2020 6 Hours of Silverstone (Groot-Brittannië) 04 oktober 2020 6 Hours of Monza (Italië) 01 november 2020 6 Hours of Fuji (Japan) 05 december 2020 8 Hours of Bahrain … [Read more...] about Monza en Kyalami op kalender FIA WEC 2020-2021
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GM allegedly launched the current-generation trucks before the new greenhouse was ready. Changes are reportedly coming to the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, though it might not be what you expect. A new report from Muscle Cars and Trucks says GM will give its half-ton pickups a significantly updated interior for the 2021 model year. Automotive News also mentions a potential interior redux in the near future. Our Take On The Silverado And Sierra: 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Diesel First Drive: An Easy Choice 2019 GMC Sierra Denali First Drive: Working Man Meets Iron Man Perhaps of greater interest is the alleged story behind why a major interior change is coming so soon after an all-new model launch. As MC&T explains, GM apparently bumped up its launch window for the Silverado and Sierra in response to Ram’s all-new 2019 1500 pickup. To match that timeframe, concessions had to be made and an all-new interior was among them. It seems … [Read more...] about Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra Could Get Major Interior Update For 2021
Too bad the Avalon has an electronic handbrake that prevents such fun. The Toyota Avalon isn’t the first car a person thinks of when it comes to drifting. That didn’t stop Toyota from putting together this short video featuring professional drifter Ken Gushi with paralympic athlete Jarryd Wallace and his father Jeff, though to be honest, we’re not entirely sure this is the best marketing approach for the big sedan, despite its TRD branding. More on that in a bit. Toyota's TRD Sedans: Toyota Avalon, Camry TRD Add Touch Of Sport To Sedan Segment Toyota Unveils Camry TRD, Modellista Editions For Japanese Market You’re probably thinking Toyota showed up with a special Avalon for this display of sideways tomfoolery, and you’d be right. However, this isn’t some rear-wheel-drive race car conveniently fitted with an Avalon body. It is a production model, turning its front wheels with a 301-horsepower (224-kilowatt) V6. As such, … [Read more...] about Watch Pro Drifter Ken Gushi Get Sideways In A Toyota Avalon TRD
It would probably be the most insane supercar you could drive on the road. Pending you have the cash, the most hardcore Ferrari you can buy is the LaFerrari-based FXX-K Evo. Prior to that it was the equally bonkers FXX-K. Problem is, though, that neither cars are legal on the road. While other track-only offerings like the McLaren P1 GTR and the Aston Martin Vulcan have undergone dramatic reconstructions for use on the road, we’ve yet to see a Ferrari FXX-K or Evo with the same street-legal treatment. Thankfully, one designer has imagined the street-legal FXX-K Evo of out dreams. It comes with nearly all of the same dramatic styling elements you’d find on the track-only version, but with a few minor modifications – particularly to the front fascia – the Ferrari is suitable for road use. The rendering shows the same dramatic fenders with aerodynamic treatments, massive split grille, and … [Read more...] about What If Ferrari Built A Street-Legal FXX K Evo?
Who wants a cheap supercar? Buying the dream supercar is a thing very few of the auto enthusiasts around the world can really afford. Owning one is a whole different story, but it's now possible to purchase a supercar in need of some repairs for a fraction of its actual costs. How does it work? Read below. Agencies like Copart offer totaled cars from all kinds, models, years, and segments. These are cars that have damage to the body, engine, or suspension and are economically unprofitable for the insurance companies to recover. You can literally buy a car that costs $80,000 for, say, $30,000, repair it, and drive it. Well, it’s not that easy, but that’s the basic idea. More heavily damaged cars getting restored: ⠀7 Series Body Repair: 10 Days Of Work Compressed Into 10 Minutes ⠀Audi R8 Cracked Frame Fixed For $500 Despite $30k Repair Quote A new video from Youtuber Samcrac shows us the world of bidding in salvage auctions and buying an … [Read more...] about This Is Actually A Totaled Audi R8 And Someone Is Rebuilding It