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One Lap of the Web: Senna's sweet go-kart

Fri, 16 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

-- Gran Turismo has always included some, uh, unique car choices for its video games. (Sure, the Patent-Motorwagen is significant, but hot-lapping the 1-hp horseless carriage in "Gran Turismo 4" wasn't exactly riveting, unless you used cheats.) So that's why Ayrton Senna's go-kart from the 1978 World Karting Championship should be interesting -- it's nowhere near as fast as his Lotus 97T, but it shows that "Gran Turismo" wasn't kidding when developers said they wanted fans to chart the entirety of Senna's life. Plus, if you make it go 352 mph you can finally stick it to Prost.

Win a VIP trip to the 2011 Goodwood Revival

Wed, 31 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

CAR has teamed up with Johnnie Walker whiskey to give one reader a dream ticket to the Goodwood Revival - with accommodation and weekend passes for two, and a money-can't-buy lap of the Goodwood track. Click here to enter this amazing Goodwood competition. You and a guest will enjoy a memorable trip to the Goodwood Revival over the weekend of 17-18 September 2011.

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport hits 268 mph

Sun, 04 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Bugatti is claiming a new production-car top-speed record with a combined two-run average of 267.9 mph (431.072 kph) with a new Veyron 16.4 Super Sport model, smashing the 253.76-mph record set by a standard Veyron 16.4 in 2005. It also betters the existing world-record mark of 256.23 mph (412.28 kph) established by Shelby SuperCars with its Ultimate Aero on a 12-mile stretch of road in Nevada in 2007. Confirming details of the attempt run under tight security at parent company Volkswagen's 13-mile Ehra-Lessien test track in late June, Bugatti says the new Super Sport set the record in the hands of its test driver, Pierre-Henri Raphanel, and under the auspices of officials from the Guinness Book of Records.