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Mark Hacking

Mark Hacking is an award-winning car, motorcycle and motorsports journalist whose work has appeared in Azure, enRoute, Intersection, NUVO and Toro, among many others. He is the former editor of Performance Racing News, the former managing editor of DRIVEN, and a member of both the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada and the Motor Press Guild of California. An avid racer, Mark is a three-time podium finisher at Targa Newfoundland and, this past season, raced in the VLN Series at the Nürburgring with the factory Aston Martin team. His motto in life: Drive fast, take chances.

Contributions to TL:

The 2016 Paris Motor Show Recap: Things Are Changing in the Car World

We're back from the 2016 Paris Motor Show - a show putting both the vehicles and the current state of the car world into focus.

Island Paradise: Hitting the Track at the New Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit

Relaxed Vibe. Fast Cars. We head to the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit (VIMC) designed by noted tarmac guru Hermann Tilke.

First Drive: 2016 Toyota Avalon Review

Our writer's impressions of the new 2016 Toyota Avalon concludes it's as solid, reliable as you'd expect, but lacks emotion. Should it matter?

2014 LA Auto Show: Top 5 Most Newsworthy Cars

Glitz, glamour and gearboxes -- The Top 5 most newsworthy cars from the 2014 LA Auto Show

Top 10 cars from the 2014 New York International Auto Show

Big apple, small bites: Our Top-10 Vehicles from the 2014 New York International Auto Show. Everything from concepts to vintages.

Part 2: Top-13 Vehicles of the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show

We head to the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show and scope out 13 vehicles we consider the most significant. At the very least, original.