Someone please tell me this is real. I want to believe.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
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There’s no need to visit some fancy car auction website or go to some high-falootin’ “dealership” where a man in a suit is going to judge you for all your unpaid credit card bills. Craigslist, that’s where it’s at!
Is there anything worse than seeing a dog trapped inside a hot, airless car and knowing there’s nothing you can do about it? Thanks to a new law, Californians can now legally break into a vehicle to rescue an overheating pooch.
This photo took some major dedication to snap, and it sure was worth it—for both the photographer and the rest of us who get to enjoy it. Just look at that orange backdrop as the sun rises.
Defeat hurts, but this looks pretty bad too: while celebrating a win in an FIM Motocross of Nations race on Sunday, the bike of a lapped rider came flying toward Jason Anderson and smacked him in the head. Video of the incident looks brutal, but Anderson’s race team later reported that he is OK.
There were only 40 chassis produced for the BMW M1 Procar Championship racing series between 1979 and 1980, and you’re looking at No. 31. It was a backup race car that didn’t make it to the track, instead living its life as a road car. Now, it’s been restored to its Procar glory—while staying street legal.
For the owner of a Lamborghini Huracan, a $300 ticket sounds like something that can just be brushed off. But when an Australian Huracan owner got a ticket for unnecessary noise last year, he didn’t let it go. Sometimes, he said, “it’s not about the money—it’s about making sure that you stick to your principles.”
In NASCAR, and in the rest of motorsport, there’s a huge gap between the top teams and underdogs. But while underfunded teams don’t get much attention for running at the back—and retiring after a few laps just for purse money, in some cases—far more work goes into their operations than the results tell.
Sure, parking is a real hassle—especially in the city, where paranoia about getting a ticket sits in the back of your mind no matter where you park.. But if there’s one place you should never get it ticket, it’s in your own driveway.
People often forget this, but the original Nissan GT-R wasn’t just a giant-killer: it was a hell of a bargain. When the car launched in 2008 (yes, it’s been on the market almost a decade now!) with a base price of $69,850, it could shame vastly more expensive cars in a way that made a Corvette look like a Cavalier.…
If you wanted a fun manual hatchback for your daily commute but didn’t need a performance car like a Focus ST or GTI, there was really only one option: the Mazda3. Honda will now get a piece of the action with the all new Civic hatchback.
It’s was hot outside at the 6 Hours of Circuit of the Americas last weekend, so precautions had to be taken when transporting your drivers in the Texas heat. The proper technique involves a cooler and a lot of driver flexibility.
MotoGP World Championship riders recently got a set of new rules and fines for hand gestures on track, which governs them all like a bunch of middle schoolers with access to adult TV and money. As Honda rider Cal Crutchlow said, “You’re not allowed to stick fingers up, wanker signs, nothing.” Terrible.
Verizon IndyCar Series team owner and former Indy Racing League driver Sam Schmidt, paralyzed from the neck down in a test crash in 2000, will reportedly receive a license next week to drive a street car with his head. Schmidt will use head movements, breathing and voice commands to control the car.
There was once a magical time in American culture when, for some reason, almost every television show worth a damn had to have its own signature custom car. There are obvious ones, like the Batmobile, but there were also the Monkeemobile, the Munster Koach, and I bet Bob Newhart had a Button-Downmobile, too. One of…
The green flag just dropped on the first race of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ inaugural Chase for the Championship, but there hasn’t been much race-paced chasing yet. Drivers hadn’t finished two laps before a caution came out, and the yellows kept on coming, oh, a couple of minutes apart.