First, prayers / best wishes for recovery to all the fans injured at the Daytona NASCAR Nationwide Cup race. And same for their families.
In this year’s State of the Union, President Obama touted the fuel efficiency of cars as a way to promote the advance of American energy and an indication the country is on its way to reducing reliance on foreign resources to power our main mode of transportation. It’s no secret the White House has led a crusade to…
Remember when the thought of kids running away from home meant they would take some comic books, a Game Boy and a bunch of candy in a knapsack and didn’t make it much more than to the end of the block? Did that ever happen outside of crap sitcoms?
Why not reveal a car in a video game, especially if it's as detailed as the PlayStation 4's upcoming Driveclub? That's exactly what Mercedes-Benz just did with the AMG-ified version of their CLA sedan.
Claiming copyright infringement, NASCAR officials attempted to pull this race fan's recording of yesterday's DRIVE4COPD 300 crash off YouTube. They were successful, but not for long.
Yesterday's opening NASCAR Nationwide Cup race at the Daytona International Speedway ended with one of the most terrible crashes in recent motorsports history when debris from one of the race cars flew into the stands and injured dozens of fans. Here's everything we know as of this morning.
You can't really be a gearhead if you don't love Citroën. I'm not saying you have to buy one, but you have to at least appreciate the gonzo-ass cars that have rolled off their assembly lines over the years, like the 2CV, the DS, and more recently, the C6. Beautiful, bizarre, unique and high-tech.
This may seem hard to believe, but the current Mercedes-Benz S-Class bowed way back in 2005. Eight years is forever in car time, but the S still looks pretty classy and striking on the road. A new one is apparently on the horizon. Is this mule a preview of what's to come?
Today is the Nationwide Series' run at Daytona, the Drive4COPD 300. It's a pack racing affair. And like any pack race, there are big crashes. Including one on the final lap that put an engine nearly in the grandstand.
No doubt you've heard of NISMO, Nissan's subsidiary responsible for going racing and putting garish bodykits on 370Zs. Nissan says some big changes are on the horizon for NISMO that will be made public on Monday. What could it be?
Sadly, we Americans don't get the latest version of the BMW 1 Series, which is a hatchback in Europe. So what's going to happen to the coupe and convertible 1-er that we do get? More than likely, it will become this: the 2 Series. You know, as in smaller than a 3 but bigger than a 1.
On its own, the K-Car Chrysler Town & Country is a pretty sweet little 1980s wagon. But what happens when you mix in all the goodies from the Dodge Neon SRT-4? Vehicular insanity, that's what.
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One thing I love about the gearhead community is its diversity. Car guys and gals come in all shapes and sizes, as do the cars they drive. You've got the import faithful, the muscle car folks, the donk people, the weekend racers, and everything in between. It's a great place to be.
I chapped a few asses last year when I said the BMW M1 ranked among the most overrated cars of all time. If you weren't happy about that, I'm about to make it up to you with this video.
The 2013 NASCAR season officially kicks off tomorrow with the Daytona 500, and the man who will wave the green flag to start the race is one of the most beloved men in all of professional sports: now-retired Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
And now, ladies and gentlemen, we have a tale of modern love — Florida style.
After we exclusively revealed shots of the new Jeep Cherokee rolling off the assembly line, Chrysler released the official shots of the vehicle a few hours later and ahead of schedule. The reaction to the car — particularly its nose and headlights — hasn't been as positive as the Mopar folks probably wanted. But the…
Lee Iacocca spent much of the 1980s bitching about import cars on TV and imploring that his K-cars were better than anything that came from Germany or Japan, let alone Ford or General Motors. "If you can find a better car, buy it," he told people. Sometimes they did.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway denies its for sale. Sent the denial out on the back-side of the press release they used to deny Randy Bernard would not be fired as IndyCar CEO [He was. Within days].