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Some executives spend time on the race track when they can. Here's a look back at three doing just that in 2017.
Dave Pericak, the head of Ford Performance who played key role in the development of the GT supercar, will change jobs to focus on engineering for unibody and Lincoln programs.
Italian race car specialist Dallara says its first street legal car, a lightweight roadster called the Stradale, was inspired by affordable sports cars pioneered by Lotus.
NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin's customized Camry at SEMA got plaudits from sister publication Autoweek.
Ferrari threatened to quit Formula One racing if the circuit's new owner, Liberty Media, goes ahead with a plan for substantial changes to engine rules.
The Bloodhound Supersonic Car had its first tests as the UK-based project, whose sponsors include Geely, seeks to enter the record books by eventually reaching a speed of 1,000 mph.
GM is helping Hot Wheels celebrate its 50th anniversary next year by giving toy lovers the chance to purchase a full-scale model of their own.
Aston Martin could follow automakers such as Audi, Jaguar and BMW into the Formula E electric racing series, CEO Andy Palmer said.
The Formula One-inspired concept -- packing 1,000-hp -- brings F1 racing technology to the road for the first time, Mercedes says, and will become a new halo for the AMG performance brand.
Roger Penske and Acura are teaming up on a car that could boost the brand's performance image and help Penske fulfill a dream.
Subaru avenges its flameout at this year's 24-hour Nurburgring endurance race by conquering the notoriously demanding track with a record lap time.
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