Ask Red Bull Global Rallycross Star Rhys Millen Anything You Want

He's a stunt driving legend with experience in more commercials and movies than you can count. He's a former Formula Drift champion and Pikes Peak International Hill Climb world record holder. And now, he's Red Bull Global Rallycross' most recent first-time winner, having taken the checkered flag at Daytona… » 9/18/14 2:10pm 19 minutes ago

Three Years Needed To Clean NYC Bus Terminal's Wretched Bathrooms

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey recently stated it would take three years to upgrade the bathrooms at its bus terminal, the single worst place on earth. It only took four years for them to build the entire fucking George Washington Bridge. » 9/18/14 1:58pm 31 minutes ago

Farewell To The Cadillac CTS-V, The Best Product Of Old GM

There was a brief period of time after the bailout and before the recall crisis where GM was filled with a spirit of "we can do better" before the reality of just how bad they'd been had fully sunk in. This golden era product many treasured products, including the new Corvette, but none of them are better than the… » 9/18/14 1:54pm 35 minutes ago

The Last Vikings: World's Remaining Airworthy S-3Bs Assemble

In early 2009 the last S-3B Viking was officially retired from US Navy service. It was not long after that the humble aircraft's 10 hour endurance and ample room for avionics, pods and test gear brought her back into limited service with VX-30 and NASA. Shown here, for the first time ever, are the world's only flying… » 9/18/14 12:53pm Today 12:53pm

How Far Have You Traveled To Buy A Car?

I tell car buyers all the time that the best deal maybe several hours away if they are willing to take the drive. Trying to get a deal on a Honda in NYC illustrated that it is worth going out to the suburbs to avoid the stealerships. But would you travel across the country to get exactly what you want? » 9/18/14 12:41pm Today 12:41pm

We Drove The 2015 Ford Mustang: It's Still Best With A V8 And A Stick

Few cars have garnered more attention than the new American performance trifecta. Between the C7 Corvette, the Challenger Hellcat, and the 2015 Ford Mustang it's like the hopes and dreams of a nation are riding on front-engine/rear-drive domination. Now I've driven all three, and it's a tire-shredding reminder that… » 9/18/14 12:00pm Today 12:00pm

No, The Bond Bug Is Not Amphibious

Certain cars inspire certain reactions in people. Pieces of old, familiar Detroit iron tend to elicit thumbs-up or the occasional "I used to own one of those!" A more exotic supercar like, say, a Ferrari 360 Modena, might get you a "How fast does it go?" or a "How much horsepower?" » 9/18/14 11:37am Today 11:37am

Mazda let us drive the Miata Coupe

All this talk of a Miata Coupe is entirely Mazda's fault. Back in 1996, the company tossed us the keys to its Miata M Coupe Concept. The idea worked then, and it still works now. So come on, Mazda. Throw a hard top on the ND.

Jump over to Road & Track to read the full write up from '96, and check out photos from the… » 9/18/14 11:05am Today 11:05am

We Drove The 2015 Ford Mustang: It's Still Best With A V8 And A Stick

Few cars have garnered more attention than the new American performance trifecta. Between the C7 Corvette, the Challenger Hellcat, and the 2015 Ford Mustang it's like the hopes and dreams of a nation are riding on front-engine/rear-drive domination. Now I've driven all three, and it's a tire-shredding reminder that… » 9/18/14 12:00pm Today 12:00pm