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Aston Martin Racing Reveals More: Aston Martin Racing has revealed further details of its all-new DBR9 that signals the marque's return to international motor racing in 2005. This new GT racing car, which is based on the latest Aston Martin production sports car, DB9, is being prepared by Aston Mart
The Italian Graziano six-speed manual transmission and the ZF six-speed automatic are mounted at the rear, driven by a carbon-fiber driveshaft running at crankshaft speed and mounted inside a huge cast-aluminum torque tube that serves as the structural spine of the car. The ZF is a second-generation
One observation was made over and over again at the 2003 North American International Auto Show: The Japanese manufacturers are going all out with a swarm of new trucks and SUVs, and the Big Three in Detroit are finally rediscovering cars. European automakers,
What begins as an itch to lower your car's ride height, turns into a full-blown coilover installation. We should all be familiar with the thought process—because let's face it, wheel gap is just unattractive.