What I loved most about R&T's Performance Car of the Year testing was that the nine vehicles we thrashed ranged from over $350K to $31K, and we could celebrate all of them. The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series was my personal favorite and, while it is mighty un-cheap, it wasn't the most expensive either. Third in that order, actually ($335K as tested). What did I love about it? Climb in and let's take a hot lap. (Image: Road and Track)
The 1965 Shelby GT350R Prototype driven by Ken Miles sold for $3.75 million at Mecum Auctions' recent Kissimmee sale. Recognized as the most historically significant Shelby Mustang in the world, the car retained its crown as the most valuable Mustang in the world, though it sold for slightly less than when it crossed the block last in 2020. (Image: Vintage Road & Racecar)
Masters Historic Racing's Masters USA's 2022 North American calendar shows a mix of familiar venues and new vintage race events, including first-time visits to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Belle Isle track in Detroit as well as a return to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. Meanwhile, Masters U.S. racers will also return to traditional favorites such as Watkins Glen, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and Circuit of The Americas.
Well, if you ask us, better hurry up and get as many of them tucked inside your garage before the 2023 Nissan Z triggers a vintage Datsun/Fairlady Z restomod craze that will get prices through the roof. Right now, there is still a chance to make affordable deals.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, record numbers of Rolls-Royces were sold in China, along with the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions. Sales growth was driven by the new Ghost and Ghost Black Badge, with 'high demand' also reported for the Cullinan SUV. Rolls-Royce's Goodwood factory is running a two-shift pattern at 'near-maximum capacity,' with order books full until the autumn.