As the 30-odd fans injured in Saturday's NASCAR crash at Daytona continue to recover from their injuries, lawsuits are more than likely on the horizon for the track and the sport's governing body.
The original Land Rover had a 4-speed gearbox from the Rover P3. The upcoming Land Rovers will have a 9-speed automatic they developed together with ZF. It's clever and all, but I'm just wondering where will it end?
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Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.
I had the opportunity in late January to shadow Matt Bell during the Grand-Am Rolex 24 at Daytona. Bell, who has been racing Continental Challenge since 2008, is dual-driving this season, splitting his weekends between the #9 Stevenson Motorsports Camaro GS.R and the #51 APR Motorsports Audi R8 LMS/Grand-Am.
Today we have a very special Nice Price or Crack Pipe. Not only are we going to determine if this Fiero-based GT40 is worth its asking price, we’re going decide if it’s worth saving at all.
More power and less weight is always the best combination when a new model debuts, am I right?
Do you love you car? Do you love it enough to lie on top of its roof in the middle of a hailstrom to keep it protected? This guy does.
Any video where John Davis voluntarily wears a top hat and a monocle is all right with me.
As kids, we basically try and get ourselves hurt on any wheeled device we can get our hands on. Tricycles, skateboards, BMW bikes – it’s going down.
On Feb. 26, 1944, 69 years ago, a group of sports car enthusiasts met at the Boston, Mass. home of Chapin Wallour to form a club dedicated to the preservation of sports cars. Today, the Sports Car Club of America annually boasts 60,000 members and hosts motorsports events around the country.
Oh look, a Michigan man had a 500 horsepower Viper V10 installed in a 1930 Rolls-Royce. I think I just found my new dream car.
As America's Arsenal for Democracy shifted its Nazi-ass-kicking apparatus into high gear during WWII, the rivet reigned supreme as the fastener of choice for heavy manufacturing. Everything from buildings and bridges to planes, tanks, and automobiles were stuck together with rivets, fastened into place by air…
Since its launch in August, we’ve ridden the Honda NC700X on both street and track and come away impressed with its jack-of-all-trades ability. At just $7,499 and averaging 64mpg, it’s one of the most practical, economical bikes there is. Not bad for something that shares its chassis and motor with a scooter. But, is…
The best part of this video is not the tank slowly but surely slipping off its platform truck. It's the soldier laughing at the whole scene.
(Thanks, for the original image, Ryan!)
As usual, the biggest take-away from the Oscars this year was America's continued love affair with mustard. We've got the Yellow Fever bad, and the Grey Poupon commercial that aired during the Oscars just confirmed that with its huge popularity. That Grey Poupon commercial was, of course, based on a 1988 original,…
Man, I feel for this kid. Somewhere in China, it was the first day of school, and our hapless unnamed student is happily riding his bike, his mind presumably full of hope for the coming year, and likely not at all worried about people all over the world reading about the bicycle up his ass. That was his first mistake.