The next generation of the Mazda MX-5 will donate its platform to a reborn Alfa Romeo Spider. While we're eagerly looking forward to both the Alfa 4C and the next MX-5, it'll be interesting to see what comes of the collaboration.

The 2013 version of Toyota's Camry NASCAR Cup racer has been unveiled, and we're glad to see it looks a good bit more like a Camry than the current car--though it still doesn't look much like one.

Finally, have you ever seen a 458 Italia land on its lid at the Corkscrew at Laguna Seca? You will if you watch the video below. How, you ask? By completely failing to slow enough for the turn. Fortunately the driver emerged, apparently unhurt.

You'll find all of this and more in the day's car news headlines below.

Next-Gen Mazda MX-5 To Spawn New Alfa Romeo Spider: Official

2013 Toyota Camry NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Car Debuts

Ferrari 458 Italia Crashes In Dramatic Fashion At Laguna Seca

Congress (Again) Ponders Military Sports Sponsorship Ban

More Indy Penalties - Turbo Boost To Remain At Lower Level

2013 Audi R8 Spy Shots

Don't Be A Statistic: 6 Tips To Prevent Car Theft

Tire Pressure At Fault In 5 Percent Of Accidents: Study

Green-Car Death List: 2012 Models To Which We Bid Adieu

Mystery Mercedes That Will Get Electric Powertrain Is A-Class: Report