Colin Holte posted on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 12:44 AM
When we last left off, the GT-Lite Project CRX was being loaded onto the big orange transporter and headed to the Detroit area and into the capable hands of SANLUIS Rassini. We’re about to take a trip into a place where absolute state-of-the-art hardware and software is used daily in the design and development of suspension systems used worldwide by most of the major OEMs.
Billy Johnson posted on Tuesday, December 09, 2014 4:19 PM
I’m a little late to the party since there are already plenty of reviews on the all-new 2015 S550 Mustang GT, but this review will take a slightly different angle written by a MotoIQer for MotoIQers. Just the information you care about, how it compares to previous Mustangs, and how it stacks up as a sports car and not just a muscle car.
Colin Holte posted on Sunday, December 07, 2014 10:13 PM
Did I mention that the cars are getting better built and more insane every year? Better cars need better parts. Here are a few of the more interesting and better engineered parts I saw around the show. Plus a few things that are just plain cool!
Colin Holte posted on Wednesday, December 03, 2014 12:37 PM
When thinking of the 24 Heures du Mans that takes place at the fabled Circuit de la Sarthe, Gainesville, Georgia is not the first place that comes to mind. Even though Georgia may conjure associations with the Petit Lemans, a 12-hour enduro that takes place in the fall of each year at Road Atlanta, the storied French endurance event and metro-Atlanta aren't exactly synonymous. Those who fail to make the association between Mulsanne and Gainesville Highway are overlooking a crucial part of Ford's GT racing history, as this is where you will find the current home of Robertson Racing.
Colin Holte posted on Sunday, November 30, 2014 9:29 PM
Another SEMA has come and gone and the vehicles get crazier and better built every year. Tuner track cars, all-out race cars, off-road vehicles, you name it and it has been taken to the next level. After walking a couple dozen miles fueled by much caffeine, here is just a small collection of a few of the cool things I saw. Please excuse the fuzzy pictures… too much caffeine I tell you.
Moto IQ posted on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 3:06 PM
Project: Fried Turkey
MotoIQ Staff Report
Well, the holiday season is upon us and we decided we were going to cook something MotoIQ style which means it has to be technical and dangerous. What better thing to cook than a fried turkey? Frying a turkey gets the job done in only 45 minutes and leaves you with a succulent and tasty bird with very little hassle and an easy clean up.
Justin Banner posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 7:27 AM
It’s November and that means it’s time for the great debates on who’s fastest around Buttonwillow to be confirmed with the grand finale. The Global Time Attack/Super Lap Battle Finals presented by Continental Tire would live up to be the best in years. Drivers gave it their all, cars put down their best times, and there were teams who were heartbroken or elated. So, who would take the fastest time around the track and who would burn out this year?
Colin Holte posted on Thursday, November 20, 2014 10:17 PM
This final episode of Controlled Chaos focuses on Falken Tire's final event at the Formula Drift Round 7 at Irwindale Speedway. We speak to some of the crew and drivers Daijiro Yoshihara, Darren McNamara and Justin Pawlak.
Colin Holte posted on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 4:14 PM
The Atlanta metro area is quite a big place. But, despite its size, most residents wouldn't know where Ball Ground, Georgia is. To anyone wanting to get down the drag strip with 4,000+ horsepower, however, this exurb 50 miles outside of the city is special, because that is where Pro Line Racing calls home.
Mike Kojima posted on Monday, November 17, 2014 8:08 PM
We are starting a new feature at MotoIQ called "The Alley". The Alley is our ultimate photo location area, which also happens to be the alley behind the palatial and luxurious MotoIQ Megashop. With its mix of legit urban backdrops, great lighting and convenient location, it's perfect for our lazy ass photographers! The Alley moniker will be used when we feature street builds that we would be proud to drive ourselves.
When I first saw John Lazorack's 1988 Conquest TSi at the Japanese Classic Car show, I immediately did a double take and backtracked to get a closer look. You see I have always had a soft spot in my heart for these cars after having wanted one really badly when I was a young man. Well not a Conquest but but its badge engineered sibling, the Mitsubishi Starion ESi-R.