Certain things in life give us a buzz. Some get a kick from watching a good TV show, others from watching their favorite sport. But research from Ford suggests that… Read More »
Ford is using the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) to really stamp down some performance credentials. First, there was the Edge ST, for some reason. Then the Bullitt Mustang.… Read More »
With the next update for GT Sport due any day now, players might have something else to look forward to as we approach 2018. If you guessed more cars, you… Read More »
Post-motorshow weeks are usually pretty quiet. Car manufacturers get all of their announcements out of the way in one hit…
Perhaps the most famous of all the fast Ford cars from the ’80s is the Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth. Now you have a chance to own a piece of Ford history…
Smartphones are fantastic things. They took the entire world and reduced it to a device that can easily fit into your pocket. As a result, they’re arguably one of the… Read More »
Europeans define Ford by its hot hatchbacks. Every one of Ford’s smaller models has to have a quick version, or it’s just not a Ford…
We’ve recently covered the forthcoming change to Audi’s naming system on GTPlanet. The change has caused some confusion and discussion…
iRacing continues to impress with a new track and two brand-new GTE class racing machines arriving in today’s latest build.
iRacers will have two new cars to learn starting this Tuesday — just in time for the yearly in-game 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Ford’s reborn GT is the latest car to be confirmed for PCARS2, as both a road car and and Le Mans-winning racer.
The controversial Blue Oval racer is heading to iRacing, as soon as next month.
This week’s Want is a dinky throwback to the halcyon days of the hot hatchback.
A sixty strong field of motorsport’s elite has been revealed ahead of June’s event.
On this week’s Wednesday Want, an F1-powered Group C racer that just happens to be a commercial vehicle…
The specs have been revealed, and they don’t disappoint!
T10 big boss Alan Hartman wants player input on the supercar that will be on display at the company’s new HQ.
This custom-built 1951 Ford Coupe is headed to the Gran Turismo series.