May and Hammond decided to do a rolling start, as launching from a standstill would stress the powertrains too much.
This Defender packs a lot of stuff – as it should, because it has to justify its exorbitant price tag.
Undercover looks and a 5.0-liter V8 made this boxy Mercedes a true autobahn stormer.
With 1:47.3 lap time, the Aventador SVJ is now the fastest production car at Hockenheim.
Converting a BMW 1-Series into the 2002-lookalike ETA 02 Convertible costs about $80,000.
The two-seat Mercedes SL 500 was found sitting in storage all those years .
The 917 was unveiled in 1969 and the next year gave Porsche its first ever win at Le Mans.
Japanese classics like the Supra go for crazy prices, yet this ultra clean 280ZX can be had for just $15k.
Redux rebuilds the whole car and fits modern suspension, brakes and transmission – and a turbocharger, if you so wish.
Replacing the original steel body panels with aluminum ones resulted in a weight reduction of 400-500 lbs.
A new case of car hoarding or genuine passion? The video will help you decide.
The classic XJ12 was tuned by TWR, a long-time Jaguar partner that took its prototypes to victory at Le Mans.