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Nov 11

Cars: The 2013 Porsche Boxster S — A True Sports Car

Porsche Boxster S

The Porsche Boxster S, arguably the purest expression of what a mass-produced sports car can and should be. (Photo: Tom Jensen)

I’ve read a lot lately about how Millennials supposedly hate cars.

Fortunately, modern science has come up with an antidote that for automotive antipathy: It’s called the Porsche Boxster S, arguably the purest expression of what a mass-produced sports car can and should be. And it will make your heart race, knees weak and the inside of your mouth wet.

Nov 11

F1: Williams Finalizes Driver Line-Up — Welcomes Felipe Massa

F1: Williams Finalizes Driver Line-Up — Welcomes Felipe Massa

Felipe Massa of Brazil will drive for Williams F1 Team in 2014. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Williams F1 Team is delighted to announce that Felipe Massa will join the team to drive alongside Valtteri Bottas for the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship season. The new line-up reflects Williams’ determination to bring success back to the team.

Nov 11

Sports Cars: Flying Lizard Switches to Audi

Sports Cars: Flying Lizard Switches to Audi

A new chapter for Flying Lizard Motorsports will begin in 2014. (Photo: Bob Chapman/Autosport Image)

After racing Porsches since its inception nearly a decade ago, a new chapter for Flying Lizard Motorsports will begin next year, as the California-based team makes the switch to a new manufacturer for the inaugural TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.

The two-time American Le Mans Series GT class champions, which also won this year’s GTC teams’ title, announced Monday that it will campaign two Audi R8 LMS cars in the GT Daytona category.

Nov 10

MotoGP: Marquez Wanted To Challenge For Valencia Win, Saw Bigger Picture

Marc Marquez (93) trails Jorge Lorenzo (99) in the Valencia Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Marc Marquez (93) chases Jorge Lorenzo (99) in the Valencia Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Marc Marquez had to resist his natural instinct as fabulously fast risk-taker to secure his historic MotoGP World Championship in Valencia.

Marquez says that temptation almost got the better of him as he momentarily thought to engage title rival Jorge Lorenzo in a battle for victory in the championship deciding race.

But at a crucial point of the 30-lap race, Marquez elected to settle for third place and secure his place in the record books.