Last week, this poor little McLaren 12C bore the brunt without any fault of its driver. It was actually being transported on a semi-truck to get some repairs done. But, the semi-truck got hit by a train which left the Mac mangled in a ditch with around $50,000 worth of damage. After getting stuck on the tracks in Orange Park, Florida, the trailer driver informed 911 warning them he was about to get hit by a train. He pleaded with them to stop the train somehow.
Do you remember Jon Olsson´s Audi RS6 which took part as his personal support vehicle in last year´s Gumball 3000 ? Back then it was already a fair bit more than your standard RS6. Not only did it make 700hp, but it has also been wrapped in a classic “Jon Olsson Style” swedish camo wrap, the suspension has been lowered and a very loud Milltek Straight Pipe Exhaust System has been applied.
If you’re too lazy or cheap to visit the dentist, there are creative ways to extract a tooth that don’t require using a pair of pliers. The old tying string from an open door handle to a tooth works a treat, but this dad-of-the-year decided his Chevy Camaro would do the trick just fine. After attaching some string to his eight-year-old’s presumably wobbly tooth and the back of his car (note the license plate says “Balls”), this no-nonsense pop floors it, albeit without using launch control so as to avoid spinning rocks into the kid’s face. Thoughtful.
McLaren has completed its three tier model strategy with the global reveal of the first in its Sports Series family: the McLaren 570S Coupé. This pure sports car, with driver optimised layout and electrifying performance, shares its DNA with the McLaren Super Series and Ultimate Series that sit above it in the range hierarchy. The Sports Series introduces McLaren race-derived technologies and design values to a new segment and audience.
The Ferrari 458 vs the Lamborghini Aventador! These two guys are very lucky here you can see the fight between the 700 HP V12 Monster and the 581 HP V8 monster. Both are quick, both sound evil and both prove why Italy is the best place to search for musclecars. Seeing this it is hard to think what is better – seeing them or hearing them.