A day after Saturday's horrific crash at the Nationwide Series DRIVE4COPD 300, seven people remain hospitalized in stable condition, according to medical officials in Florida.
Welcome to Dream Drive, where I present a car, and the enthusiasts of Oppositelock tell me the perfect setting to take it for a spin.
Look, Top Gear is on tonight! Now you don't have to watch the Oscars!
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
Jimmie Johnson just won the opening round of the 2013 Sprint Cup season, his 61st career win in this series. Dale Earnhardt Jr. secured the second place finish.
Danger is one of the most defining aspects of motorsports. It’s been that way since the first “motoring contests” of the late 1800s, and it’s probably going to be true forever. The very fact that it involves huge, metal projectiles being driven around a course at high speeds while people stand around and watch means…
Last weekend, Danica Patrick made NASCAR history by becoming the first woman to secure the pole position for the Daytona 500. Today, she did it again at the race itself.
There are so many puns I could make right now. But in all seriousness, a Brit by the name of Martin Bacon has made a Ford P100 pick-up (a Ford Sierra with a truck bed, for those who don’t know) the Guinness World Record holder for fastest coffee-powered vehicle.
Welcome to Used Car Face Off, where we find two similar or similarly priced used cars and ask you which one you would buy. Choose wisely!
21 February 2013 - Getting ready for his six-month stay on the International Space Station, ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano from Italy had an important task yesterday – testing some of the best Italian cuisine that he will eat in Earth orbit, including the first lasagne to be sent to space.
In just a few moments we'll see the start of the Daytona 500, the first race of the 2013 Sprint Cup season and one of the biggest events in all of motorsports. While it will likely be overshadowed by yesterday's Nationwide Series crash, it should be a good race, and one that will hopefully be accident-free.
Think about it this way - We have NO CHOICE but for Danica to succeed. And it IS 'for the kids'. This line from a NY Times story says it all - "The young daughters of the veteran drivers Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards all wanted to meet Patrick."
We're big fans of SRT chief Ralph Gilles for his no-nonsense style and purveyance of insanely powerful American cars. And like any responsible executive, he needs to sample his own wares from time to time — which is exactly what he does when he pilots this Jeep around Austin's Circuit of the Americas.
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.