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Glickenhaus Previews Mega-Range Hydrogen Truck

Way back in February of this year, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus announced that it was building a hydrogen pickup with 1,000 miles of range. But in the months since, we've been pretty distracted by the company's other projects, which have included a new version of its Baja buggy and news of a roadgoing version of its 1,400-horsepower Le Mans racer.
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Perfect Saturday: Coffee, cars, music and shopping

Most people know Sarasota as a popular city rich in cultural arts, beautiful beaches and unique shopping centers. A new attraction now takes place monthly in the parking lot of the University Town Center Mall: Sarasota Cars & Coffee. The car show is diverse in historic and modern motor machinery with plenty of live music, fresh breakfast and coffee to go around.
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Your complete guide to the 2021 W Series

This weekend sees the return of the W Series single-seater championship, with a race at the Red Bull Ring in Austria. With a mission to promote female racing drivers, the W Series hopes to see women competing in Formula 1 in the near future. We have all the information you...

Lille vs PSG Odds & Prediction – France Super Cup August 1

Ligue1 title-winners Lille meet Coupe De France holders PSG in Tel Aviv at 2:00pm ET on Sunday. New champions finished on top for the first time in 10 years to end streak of three triumphs for Paris. See all odds, best bets & prediction for Lille vs Paris St-Germain –...
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NBA Draft 2021: Micah Potter signs Summer League deal with Miami Heat

The 2021 NBA Draft took place on Thursday night and, as expected, Oklahoma State’s Cade Cunningham was the No. 1 pick. The Big Ten actually had a number of players drafted as well with Joe Wieskamp, Franz Wagner, Luka Garza and ::double checks notes:: Dalano Banton (?????) picked, among others.
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Mansory Takes Its Frustrations Out On Rolls-Royce Ghost

Owning a Rolls-Royce is a privilege. They only make a handful of these British ultra-luxury land yachts every year, and you need to be rather wealthy to afford one. Like in most other aspects of life these days, owning the best simply isn't enough anymore. Even the best cars, watches, and private jets need an element of individuality, and the Rolls-Royce Ghost you see in front of you perfectly exemplifies that late-stage capitalist urge. Mansory, a tuning company specializing in high-end luxury cars is no stranger to modifying Rolls-Royce cars, but as we've seen in the past, the company's kits tend to be a hit or a major miss. We recently covered Rolls-Royce's own special edition Ghost; a tasteful thing that exudes grace and style. Mansory's response: hold my beer.
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Someone Just Paid $200,000 for a 7000-Mile Mk4 Supra

The Mk4 Supra was an instant classic, a masterful swan song for an era of Japanese performance that married Toyota's engineering expertise to a classic sports/GT car layout. For a while, that made it one of the most interesting used cars in the world and a certified future collector's item. That tide has already turned, and the best Mk4 Supras have moved well into the six-figure range. Today, one such Supra listed on Bring a Trailer sold for a stunning $200,000.

Shelby Daytona vs Ferrari 250 GTO

How two legendary racecars, the Shelby Daytona and the Ferrari 250 GTO, went on to become the most coveted collector’s cars of all time. The middle 1960s was a heady time in professional racing. The crucible of competition produced some of the most legendary cars from some of the most legendary names in all of automotive sport. Racing technology was evolving fast as engineers discovered the potency of aerodynamics. Two cars, the Ferrari 250 GTO and the Shelby Daytona, broke new ground in racing design, smashed records and won championships, and cemented the legacies of their namesakes. They also went on to become the most desirable, and expensive, collector’s cars of all time.

Exploring a variety list of top 10 sports movies

The last four weeks have been a fun venture in researching and watching sports films I’ve never seen before and re-familiarizing myself with some of my favorites. It’s rare to finish a sports movie and feel worse about life. That’s the beauty of the genre – it uplifts, excites and moves viewers emotionally. After listing films for baseball, hockey, basketball and football over the last month, though, I’m ready to get into some of my favorite movies for other sports.

Glickenhaus reveals Baja-ready pickup concept fueled by hydrogen

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus in January teased a wild supercar concept powered by a hydrogen fuel-cell stack. But rather than being a pure flight of fancy, it seems the American sports car manufacturer and race team is seriously considering the idea of launching a vehicle that runs on hydrogen. Glickenhaus in...

The Inspiration Behind the Reservoir GT Tour Carbon IDEC Sport Edition

The legendary name Le Mans sparks excitement in all car enthusiasts. It is a race circuit that celebrates and tests man and machine. To mark Reservoir Watch’s collaboration with IDEC Sport, the watch company has produced a limited edition comprising of 24 pieces named the GT Tour Carbon IDEC Sport Edition 2021.


The Classic is back! Twenty four months after the curtain came down in 2019, the world’s biggest retro racing has bounced back in record breaking style. Fuelled by two years of pent up demand, the three day festival staged at Silverstone, the home of British motor racing, has attracted both record ticket sales and record grids.
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McQueen’s moped is up for grabs, Glickenhaus’ futuristic pickup, the E-Class’s EV sibling

Steve McQueen’s moped set to become the priciest on the planet. Intake: It may be the slowest “motorcycle” ever ridden by the King of Cool, but this 1970 Solex 3800 is guaranteed to sell fast. The quirky French machine was bought by Steve McQueen’s production company Solar Productions for him to scoot around the set of Le Mans. With its diminutive 49cc single-cylinder two-stroke motor it was, indeed, marginally faster than walking. These Solex or VéloSolex bikes were incredibly simply devices, with the engine mounted over the front wheel and using friction drive directly to the tire. To start you’d hold a decompression lever, pedal like mad, and then release it. Only then would the engine splutter into life. Some models would only run at full throttle—rather like McQueen himself. The Solex will be for sale at RM Sotheby’s Monterey auction on August 14 and is expected to fetch up to $50,000.

Alencon Castle

The Castle of the Dukes of Alencon is an 14th century Norman fortress located in the French city of Alencon in Normandy. Its long and chequered history has seen it function as a medieval fortress, alms house, prison, Gestapo headquarters, and today, a thriving urban park and tourist site. History...

Hublot Unico Red Carbon Alex Ovechkin Watch

Le Mans returns next summer & Richard Mille is ready with their 8th race-dedicated timepiece. $176,000 . Bremont's latest collab with ejector seat-maker Martin Baker is a desert-inspired titanium affair. $5,795. MyMedic MyFAK First Aid Kit. Stay prepared on the road, on the trail, or just around the neighborhood with...