The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship chase is well underway, and Road America was the scene for the most recent display of horsepower, tire grip, and driver skill. Luke Munnell reports.
The Rolex 24 at Daytona enjoys more publicity and prestige than any other race of the IMSA season, and its winners have to fight harder than ever to take home top honors and those coveted Rolex watches. Rather than bring you race results that are old news by now, we thought it might be interesting to present the event from Luke Munnell’s perspective.
Where time attack meets wheel-to-wheel, a new motorsport is born. Our very own Luke Munnell geared up for his first time covering heated Honda action on Willow Springs’ Horse Thief Mile layout.
The Queen Mary hosted the hottest sport compact machines in SoCal for the 2017 edition of Wekfest Long Beach. Luke Munnell captured some of the 400+ cars on display with some of the industry’s freshest trends.
American sports car racing is some of the most advanced racing competition to be found anywhere in the world. The IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship took over the Circuit of the Americas recently—and Front Street correspondent Luke Munnell was there!
After a forgettable Pikes Peak International Hill Climb back in 2016, Evasive Motorsports reinvigorated this Toyota 86 with new upgrades, a new driver, and a new purpose—to claim time attack glory at Gridlife South.
In many ways, this was the craziest and most intense year of Formula Drift to date. People who could’ve easily taken a year off instead chose to amaze!
In this strange year fragmented by a global pandemic and economic uncertainty, the Global Time Attack (GTA) Finals still shattered records and expectations.