Author: Bradley Brownell

The World’s Fastest Minivan Also Rips Mad Burnouts

Honda-tech.com Bisimoto Honda Odyssey Minivan Burnout 1000 horsepower SEMA build

Turbo Honda Odyssey with 1000 horsepower good at burnouts: Report. “Is that a GT-R? No, it’s a minivan!” There’s something exciting about big power from a giant turbocharger on a wild custom-built engine, but this car is a different animal altogether. This car transcends space and time. This car is an extremely expensive smoke machine. […] More »

  Comments | By - June 19, 2017

Tracking A Honda NSX at Castle Combe Race Circuit

honda-tech.com Acura Honda NSX track carfection

Between fits of coughing and laughter, Alex Goy pontificates on the NSX owner and their motivations. We recently had an opportunity to go drive the NSX in, of all places, rainy Seattle. You’ll hear more about that later, but we can’t help but laugh at the irony of the horrific weather we had while driving […] More »

  Comments | By - April 11, 2017

Is it a Bad Idea to Buy a Cheap NSX?

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When you buy the least expensive clean-title NSX in the Country, how bad could it be? Sometimes when you see a really good deal on an amazing car like the first generation flip-up-headlight NSX, it’s too good to be true. Other times, however, you’re forced to just say “to heck with it”, bite the bullet, […] More »

  Comments | By - March 29, 2017

Acura And RealTime To Enter A Modified TLX At Pikes Peak

honda-tech.com Acura NSX TLX Pike's Peak race 2017

Sports Car Champion Peter Cunningham Will Drive The AWD Acura TLX In The Pikes Peak Open Class Considering the class-winning success that Acura experienced with the new NSX at Pikes Peak in 2016, and the media frenzy that surrounded it, it makes sense that they will be returning in 2017. This time for with a […] More »

  Comments | By - March 21, 2017

Ride Onboard Graham Rahal’s Honda-Powered IndyCar For A Bumpy Lap Of Sebring

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He’s experiencing some serious forces with peaks around 2.7 G under braking and 3.5 G through some corners If there were ever a track to put a car through its paces and see if anything breaks, it’s going to be Sebring International. An old World War II airfield, the concrete is some seventy-odd years old, […] More »

  Comments | By - March 1, 2017

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