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Alpine A110

After an absence of over two decades, Renault's racing brand is making a comeback with the Alpine A110. It gets its name — and its basic silhouette — from the legendary lightweight rally racer of the '60s and '70s. Details are still forthcoming on the new model, but we do know that it houses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and moves from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, placing it in line for competition with the Alfa Romeo 4C and the Porsche 718.

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    The Camaro ZL1 evolved the classic muscle car into something more powerful and refined. The 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE continues the process. Built with the track in mind, it ekes out even better lap times thanks to several modifications. It has a new aero package that increases downforce, an adjustable suspension, lighter wheels, and thinner rear glass that, when combined with the fixed back seat, helps get the most out of its 650-horsepower, supercharged LT4 engine.

  • Ford GT Competition Series

    The Ford GT is already a track-worthy machine. The Ford GT Competition Series just takes it a step further. Built specifically for racing, it has a host of modifications meant to reduce its weight. Carbon fiber racing stripes, A-Pillars, and side mirrors join a Perspex acrylic engine hatch cover and Gorilla Glass in eliminating weight higher up in the vehicle, moving its center of gravity down towards the road. Removed are creature comforts like A/C, the stereo, and cupholders, in the name of maximizing performance, and weight-saving features like carbon fiber wheels, titanium lug nuts, and a special exhaust — usually optional — are standard equipment, making this the most racing-focused Ford available.