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:

2013 MINI John Cooper Works Countryman All4 vs. 2013 MINI WRC

Sure, the 2013 Mini WRC would leave the 2013 Mini JCW Countryman All4 in its wake but with some minor tweaks, few would be the wiser.

2013 Fisker Karma EVer Review: Green, Clean, Earth-Shaking Machine

For those into green speed and something different the 2013 Fisker Karma EVer hybrid luxury sports sedan might do the trick.

First Drive: 2013 Range Rover Evoque Review – Style-Monger, Mountain-Climber

The experience behind the wheel of the 2013 Range Rover Evoque is certainly not as racy as its looks suggest but more exciting than most CUVs.

First Drive: 2013 BMW M5 Review – Drop-Dead Turbo-Charmer

The first M5, introduced in 1985, was the fastest production sedan in the world. Does the 2013 BMW M5 compare?

First Drive: 2012 Aston Martin V8 Vantage S Review

We head to Spain and Germany to review the 2012 Aston Martin V8 Vantage -- a purebred GT racer that proves to be fast and fun.

2012 Lotus Evora S Review: Speed Racer – The Sequel

The 2012 Lotus Evora S is certainly quick; the mid-mounted engine creates a mild rasp behind your ears when the windows are rolled down.