Most Popular This Week: DARPA Hacking Cars & The Worst States For Speeders

Welcome to the weekend gear heads! We hope you're hard at work placing a new set of heads on a GM crate engine, or finishing the alignment on some manner of MOPAR machine. Even better, you could be done, and already on the road, at the wheel of a Shelby Mustang. But if you need a bit of inspiration, here are the most popular stories of the week. This week started off with a jaw-dropper, as Aston Martin teamed up with Zagato for this retro-tastic Centennial Coupe:
Most Popular This Week: DARPA Hacking Cars & The Worst States For Speeders
But not to be outdone by that tag-team job, is news of the future collaboration between Aston Martin and AMG, announced yesterday. All manner of sportscar is on the way. The replacement for the McLaren MP4-12C has been spied testing, and the BMW M4 Coupe (replacement for the M3 Coupe) is coming to the Pebble Beach Concours:
Most Popular This Week: DARPA Hacking Cars & The Worst States For Speeders
While the elite are at Pebble, the rest of us plebs are left to duke it out on the open road. Here are the worst states for speeding tickets:
Most Popular This Week: DARPA Hacking Cars & The Worst States For Speeders
Meanwhile, for the GM Performance fans out there, Callaway dropped a concept for an upcoming FIA GT3 racer version of the C7 Corvette. We also spent some time getting to know the folks at Lingenfelter, and their insane creations:
Most Popular This Week: DARPA Hacking Cars & The Worst States For Speeders
Big news from Bentley- the UK luxury automaker is going to build an SUV. It would not be the first time. In the 90’s they built a limited number of custom SUVs for the Sultan of Brunei:
Most Popular This Week: DARPA Hacking Cars & The Worst States For Speeders
This week, Forbes caught up with two DARPA engineers, who proved they could hack the crap out of your car:
But to put you at ease and get you in the motoring spirit, here is the tale of a Ferrari 275 GTB/4*S, given a proper sendoff:

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