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Target Cuts 27-Year IndyCar Sponsorship, Perhaps Realizing No One Cares About IndyCar

If there’s one company sponsor that’s synonymous with IndyCar, it’s Target. Sadly, that’s coming to an end, as Target will end its 27-year-long sponsorship of Chip Ganassi Racing at the end of this year, reports the Associated Press. New Target chairman Brian Cornell says he’s “streamlining” the company’s marketing…

Here's Everything Wrong With My $3000 Daily Driven Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Whenever I see a 1998 Acura Integra with a cursive decal on the front window saying “Daily Driven,” my reaction is a curt “Yeah, no shit.” However, if you own a heavily depreciated and insanely complex luxury car like I do, the prospect of driving it daily on a shoestring budget becomes exponentially more interesting,…

The First Electric Big Rig Is A 26-Ton Hauler From Mercedes With Zero Emissions

If there’s a consistent theme with Tesla’s announcements, it’s one of missed deadlines. Even Tesla’s latest Master Plan Part II—where they said wanted an all-electric big rig—arrived a few days late. Meanwhile, Daimler followed up their electric big rig announcement this week with photos of an actual one already…

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The 2016 Ram Rebel Isn't A Raptor, But Here's Why That Doesn't Matter

The phrase “throwing spaghetti at a wall” refers to someone not knowing what path to take and frantically exhausting every option in an attempt to solve a particular issue, hoping something sticks. When applied to automakers, this action can either save or destroy a company that already may be on the edge of disaster.…

This Insane Racetrack Crash Looks Like Something From A Final Destination Movie

Incredibly, nobody was killed in this dramatic, action-movie-looking wreck that took place at Wallerfield International Raceway in Trinidad and Tobago on July 24. Four people were injured, though watching the video it’s hard to believe it didn’t turn out worse. There’s a car flung like a toy into the damn crowd, even.…