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14Discover the meaning of bike control with this crazy rotary-mounted helmet cam

This is the unnamed winner of the third round of the 2013 Dunlop Autoby Cup Motorcycle Gymkhana, and the video of their run is mind-boggling for two different reasons. First, the motorcycle control on display here is extremely impressive, with excellent precision throughout.

18GreenGT H2 rolls on Dunlop tires designed for hydrogen racer

If you've been waiting awhile to see the GreenGT motorsport race car make it to race tracks, you can wave the flag next year. What started out as a black and white electric racer in 2009 – then got green accents in 2010 and 2011 – has now become the GreenGT H2, a hydrogen fuel cell-powered race car featuring electric power train technology. Dunlop Motorsport will be part of the team, and is developing tires to drive the technology forward.

27Artist createst indelible Camaro graphics with Sharpie markers

Remember the Sharpie Lamborghini Gallardo from 2007? A Chevrolet Camaro has been given a similar treatment courtesy of Maryland-based professional pinstriper Chris Dunlop. Stepping away from his cans of paint and fine brushes, Dunlop has created two magnificently detailed Sharpie tapestries where the original pinstripes would have been.

1Video: Live stream from Goodwood

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is upon us, and that means plenty of racing, loads of beautiful cars and perhaps unannounced sneak-peaks of future models. Problem is, many of us won't be in West Sussex, England this weekend (don't worry, we're already there). Dunlop's Inside Racing site recognizes this and has set up a live video feed of many of the events at Goodwood. Beyond the live feed Dunlop also provides an opportunity to submit questions to the team, along with Facebook and Twitter sites s

7Steven Millen and his Ford GT ready to run in Dunlop Targa Rally

Click either image for a high-res gallery of the Stillen Ford GT

13Video: Michelin Tweel in motion

It's been well over a year since Michelin unveiled its take on the future of the tire, the airless Tweel. The odd-looking invention pairs a replaceable outer rubber layer with a central alloy hub joined by polyurethane ribs. Judging by this video, it would appear that the tire manufacturer is continuing to develop its concept, testing it on a variety of vehicles in a number of different environments. Click on the link to get a glimpse of what might just be in your automotive future.

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