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German Grand Prix Problems Highlight Importance of Traditional F1 Markets

Since 2008, the venue of the German Grand Prix has alternated between Hockenheim and the Nurburgring. Both tracks are a shadow of their former selves, yet they never had trouble drawing fans during the Michael Schumacher years. 16 more words

Qatar officials “on the verge” of signing a deal

Earlier this week, it was announced by Qatar officials say they are on the verge of signing a deal to bring a Formula 1 grand prix to the country within the next two years. 734 more words

Driver Profile: Michael Denham

Michael is the owner and a videographer at Denham Videography. Here he shares some stories relating to cars and racing. 1,325 more words


Lexus won't build an LFA successor anytime soon

Halo cars are the objects of countless dreams, but they’re not exactly the most cost-effective vehicles an automaker could build.

One automaker feeling that pinch is… 157 more words


First Drive: 2016 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S / GTS

SKELLEFTEA, Sweden — “Every Porsche is a sports car.” Though I haven’t personally seen proof, I believe this assertion has been tattooed somewhere on every Porsche executive — possibly every employee — since Day One. 1,060 more words

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