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Imaginary trip to a racetrack

My friend John has cars, specifically Porsches. He races one of them – GT3 on a track near Louisville. I have been anxious to try my line, take a trip for a “hot lap” or 5, and walk away unblemished. 85 more words

Porsche GT3

Our Picks, the $40,000 question

In today’s market, $40,000 marks a sort of barrier between “normal” cars and “luxury” cars. You can basically find any sort of car for under $40 grand, so it can be argued that nobody needs to spend more than that unless they’re interested in fluff. 1,141 more words

American Cars

Why would you buy a new Porsche 911?

In every segment there seems to be one car that sets the bar, the standard by which every other car like it is judged. For the white-collar sports car enthusiast it has long been the Porsche 911. 959 more words

German Cars

BMW Fans! What's Your Favorite Model and Generation?

Comment below what your favorite BMW models and generations are!

I’m gonna just guess here that the most common answers will be the E30 M3, E46 M3 and E39 M5!

BMW

No Turbo? No Fun!

2014 Opel Astra 1.6 / 115 Active

It has been a while since I drove a new car in this class without turbo. A noisy engine that has to be revved hard, modest performance and heavy on the fuel, – brings me back to the nineties.

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German cars

I got picked up in a taxi in Germany, which incidentally, was a Mercedes Benz. I picked the good one, the other half were VW’s. On the autobahn, the freeway with no speed limit, the cars weren’t going that fast (about 100km/hr, which based in my American math, is basically the US speed limit). 84 more words

List of German luxury car manufacturers

German automotive industry is very powerful part of German economy. Large number of people they employee is very important for Germany at whole. Because of quality, safety, reliability and eye catching design of their cars, German luxury car brands are very popular in the whole world. 265 more words

Audi