What a battle that took place between two rides up for the glorious title of RR of the Week over the weekend. The 1991 Acura NSX and 1951 Hudson Hornet were literally neck and neck the entire weekend, and when the dust settled with 2,646 votes cast (more than double our previous record for most votes cast), the 1991 Acura NSX won by a nose at the finish. About 35% of voters gave their clicks to the NSX, which equals 921 votes. The Hornet, meanwhile, was right behind with 32% of the vote, or about 855 clicks. Again this week, there was a battle for the remaining podium spot that ended in a tie! The bronze will be shared by the SMART Roadster and 2003 Honda S2000, both of which received 13% of the vote, or 357 clicks. Bringing up the rear, as it likely would in a real race between these cars, is the Suzuki Cappuccino, which attracted 6% of your affection, or 156 votes.


For those who want their car considered for an RR of the Day feature, please make sure to include as much information about you, your car and its history as possible. No matter how sweet your ride is, we won't feature it if we don't know anything about it.

Follow the jump for complete instructions on how to have your ride considered for RR of the Day.

HOW TO SUBMIT TO RR OF THE DAY:
Create a
Flickr account if you don't already have one. Search for and join the group called 'Autoblog RR of the Day'. Upload up to three photos of your ride to your own account at a size no larger than 450 pixels wide if possible and include as much information about it and yourself as possible. Even if your ride is sweet, it will not be chosen if there's not a lot of info accompanying it. Click on each photo and just above the picture it will say "Send to group". Click that and select the Autoblog group. You're done, that's it!


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