The Brabham race team has spawned a new automotive division whose first product is the track-only BT62 supercar. Just 70 will be built but Brabham is already hinting at road and race versions. The latter will likely end up at Le Mans.

There might be a new Miami Grand Prix on the Formula 1 calendar as early as next year. Miami city officials will vote next week on whether to proceed with the plans.

It was last June when Tesla released the first teaser for the Model Y and said the electric SUV would arrive in 2019. The Californian firm's CEO Elon Musk said this week that the arrival will now likely be in 2020.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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