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We warmed up to the offbeat color of our Ferrari 488 Spider.

I took a $393,000 Ferrari 488 Spider on a road trip to one of the most famous race tracks in the US — here’s what it was like

The convertible Ferrari 488 Spider is the ultimate cruising machine. It brings open-air motoring to the 488 experience and is perhaps the ideal vehicle to take on a journey in the spring.

There’s a simple reason why Tesla can’t compete with other high-performance car brands

Electric cars, while impressive in a straight line, aren't very good for motorsports that required turning more than a few laps or going around corners. People have tracked Teslas, to varying degrees of success and failure. Tesla itself doesn't formally participate in any type of organized racing.

Ford is heading back to Le Mans to repeat history — again

The 2017 race for the GTE Pro trophy will be a replay of the 2016 installment, but this time with Ford coming in under a nice head of steam.

Cadillac brought its spectacular new race car to the New York Auto Show

Cadillac brought the Sebring-winning DPi-V.R to the New York Auto Show, more or less fresh from the track.

Here’s what it looks like when Acura turns Business Insider’s Car of the Year into a race car

In a few weeks, the race-car version of the NSX will make its competitive debut at the Rolex 24 hosted in Daytona, F

I tried earplugs designed for motorsports at one of the longest and loudest races in the world — here’s what I thought

The type of intense racket that race cars generate can be very bad for your hearing.

Cadillac has a new race car that looks like the Batmobile

The automaker, which moved its sales and marketing operations to New York City in 2015, is a serious player in auto racing.

I tried earplugs designed specifically for motorsports at one of the loudest races in the world — here’s the verdict

The type of intense racket that race cars generate can be very bad for your hearing.

Check out the top-secret secret design studio where Ford created its GT supercar

Designer Moray Callum and his team pulled out all the stops, crafting a ferociously stylish machine that's distinguished by its evocation of the Ford GT40s of the 1960s