#Sports Car

7-year-old boy, father struck by BB pellets in Staten Island drive-by

A 7-year-old boy and his father were hit by BB gun pellets in a drive-by shooting on Staten Island Sunday. The child and his 32-year-old father were walking in front of a kosher market at 2212 Victory Blvd. when the BB-gun wielding suspect opened fire from a sports car around 4:20 p.m., police said. The dad was struck in the chest and the boy was grazed in the ear. Both were treated for minor injuries at the scene, according to cops. The suspect was driving a black Ford Mustang with no license plate and fled on Victory Boulevard towards Richmond Avenue. There have been no arrests.
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On Sunday Morning

The sun rose and peeked through the sheer curtains. Rose’s alarm shrieked. The loud bells caused her phone to jump on the side table. It was time for her to get ready for church. Blindly reaching for her phone, she shut the alarm off and pulled at the covers providing her a cocoon of warmth and tossed them to the side. She swept her bare feet across the bed to touch the cool wooden floor.

Rally ace Loeb praises electric motorsport - 'As a driver, I enjoy it'

Electric motorsport is becoming more and more prominent, but while swathes of fans remain unconvinced, the alternative take on the sport has one high-profile backer. Sebastien Loeb has raced – and won – in just about everything. Aside from his nine World Rally Championship titles, he’s also won in sports cars, touring cars, rallycross, rally raid, and at Pikes Peak. He recently added an Extreme E title to his legendary resume, his first all-electric title. And while he’s very much of the old-school ilk, he certainly isn’t against the direction motorsport is starting to take.

Bentley Bentayga Hybrid – long-term review

This is what happens when you take a Bentley Bentayga on track. The smallest, lightest car in TG’s car park, and the biggest, heaviest. It wasn’t a deliberate choice, but it quickly became inevitable. We’re off to Mondello Park in Ireland to film James Deane’s smoke machi… mad drift car. That means we need something small, nimble and fast as a camera platform to chase his 870bhp BMW around and something big enough to haul all that camera kit there and back. The plan is an early Sunday drive up through Wales to rendez-vous at Irish Ferries’ Holyhead terminal to board ‘Ulysses’ and sail to Dublin. Or chunder off the side of it for four and a half hours in the case of queasy videographer Charlie Rose.

McLaren Sells Historic Cars To Secure Funding For Artura Upgrades

We're down to the final month of 2022 but McLaren has yet to deliver a unit of its prized Artura to a customer. The hybrid sports car, which was introduced in mid-2021, faced delivery delays due to the ongoing chip shortage late last year. However, McLaren is facing another issue when it comes to producing its first-series production hybrid supercar.

How electric Lamborghinis will "keep the dream alive"

In exclusive interview, CEO Stephan Winkelmann outlines his priorities as pure-V10 and V12 cars bow out. Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann says the firm needs to transition to the “new world order” within the next decade, “without destroying the dreams of the customers”. The German, who in...

1968 Corvette 427 barn find was hiding from the cops for 40 years

Barn finds are cool, not just because of the classic and oftentimes rare cars found, but also because of the interesting stories that often come in tow. In the case of this 1968 Chevy Corvette C3, the story that began with a dream car purchase ended after an altercation with the authorities.

1995 Kawasaki GPz1100

In 1995, Kawasaki brought back the GPz moniker for something that MCN called “more sporty tourer than sports tourer.” This was partially because it was built to a price, and partially because the motor was a detuned unit from the Ninja ZX-11 that was dominating American highways and drag strips of the time.

Top Sports Car Picks at the LA Auto Show

Electrification, future mobility, carbon neutrality, and sustainability were buzzwords at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show that left sports car enthusiasts wondering if we are the next generation of dinosaurs right before a giant meteor crash. While I may have yet to determine the timeline indicating when gas-powered cars will become the stuff of legend, I know we still have time to enjoy today’s new sports cars, both foreign and domestic, at various price points.

LEGO City’s 2023 sets innovate after change in leadership

The online store has revealed the LEGO City 2023 models and there’s plenty of innovation coming to the theme after a change in leadership. There are 21 full LEGO City sets coming in 2023, spanning everything from natural models and unusual urban sets. Even familiar territory such as Police has at least one new feature, potentially increasing some sets’ appeal.
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A grieving Henderson family pleads for justice and change after child killed by car

Rex Patchett was looking forward to summertime. The eighth-grader, described by his loved ones as a bit of a klutz and a lover of the holidays, had big plans for when school let out — including hopes of riding dirt bikes with his buddies. That’s what he told one of his best friends, Brayden Radomski, before he left Brayden’s house to walk home and was struck by a speeding car the evening of March 7.

The New Sequoia Hybrid 2023 MPG Beats the 2022 by $1,150 Every Year

Great Sequoia Hybrid 2023 MPG is just the start of what else is new in the 2023 Sequoia. Toyota’s new 2023 Sequoia Hybrid is gaining fans for its comfort, off-road prowess, and its good looks. But it’s also making its mark with great mpg compared to the 2022 version. The new 2023 Sequoia ditches its V8 and instead gets a new hybridized V6 that shows the power of a hybrid to boost the mpg of this large, three-row, SUV.

The beginning imagines an elegant electric inverter: this is what it will be

After two coupes, for the beginning the time has come for one reversible. In the Atlantic, Genesis has presented this idea X Can Be Changedwhich follows from Assumption X and X Speedium Coupe. This trio of styling lessons proves that an electric car can create an impression. And maybe something...

Abandoned New York Property with 2 Vintage Vehicles Left Behind! Stunning!

Have you ever felt the ghosts of those that came before you? I remember being in the old Yankee Stadium on an off day. The place was empty yet I could still hear the fans chanting and could smell the roasted peanuts. There is energy everywhere we go but sometimes it takes the silence and solitude to feel it.