Road & Track takes you behind the scenes with Audi Sport and Toyota Motorsport GmbH for a look at their new super fast race cars hitting the track at Le Mans this weekend. Could a hybrid win this year? All indications point to yes.

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Ian Callum, Jaguar Design Director, on the new C-X16 Concept

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Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0 at top speed on the Autobahn

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The raucous 6.2-liter V-8 of the all-new 2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series as it roars to life.

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A front-engine/rear-drive 911 fighter is on the way from Jaguar.

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First official video of the 2012 Porsche 911 in action.

The best part? You get to hear it in all its glory for a full 22 seconds starting at 0:59.

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Monster Tajima’s record-breaking 9:51:58 run up Pikes Peak in his 2011 Monster Sport (Suzuki) SX4 Hill Climb Special (makes 910 bhp out of its highly tuned, twin-turbo 3100cc V-6).

How close he gets to the edge is almost sickening.

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Three-time British Rally Champion Mark Higgins almost crashes at 150 mph on Bray Hill in a Subaru WRX STI at the Isle of Man TT.

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Exclusive video of our ride in the Ruf RGT-8. This is the first look inside Ruf’s new V-8 powered supercar.

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A lap inside the official 2011 Indy Pace Car with Emerson Fittipaldi

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Porsche 914-6 Hillclimb video

Jeff Zwart drives Rod Millen’s Porsche 914-6 up the amazing road that Rod built. Turn it up and enjoy the in-car ride.

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Video of the 2012  FR-S Five Axis Concept

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Just unveiled ahead of the 2011 New York Auto Show, the longer, wider and lower new Volkswagen Beetle is meant to “appeal to a broader audience worldwide.”

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Video carporn

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goodoldvalves:

Porsche 936 onboard lap, at Le Mans 1977, driven by Jurgen Barth.

I’m not entirely sure if I had posted this before or not, but here it goes anyway. It’s worth watching at least once every day.

It’s absoluting stunning to watch these race at speeds that could embarass F1 cars today. On the long straights, these were often clocked at 370+ km/h, and if you need some sort of visual comparison, just watch the video from 1m20s — those are 911 Carreras RSR with more than 350bhp and they’re overtaken as if they were bikes.

Racing at its best.