If this sucker doesn't take flight, it'll be the fastest thing on six wheels for sure.
For years, Sam Schmidt has had to call himself a "former" race car driver. Now he's back in the saddle again, thanks to the smartest car on the track.
The global Formula E race series is based on the Formula 1 championship, only the cars will use electric power.
In the racing game, shedding weight is key towards going faster. A new technology has been developed that essentially turns carbon fiber and glass reinforced plastics into a power source — that means turning the car's frame into a battery instead of relying on hefty batteries.
Mark Riccobono may not be a household name in sports car endurance racing, but the blind driver will be in a Ford at today's Rolex 24 at the Daytona Motor Speedway.