Practice for some upcoming race at Sebring International Raceway apparently reduced this Audi racecar to a heap of scrap metal. Ouch.
Say, Volkswagen. That's a nice-looking wagon you've got there. Any chance you want to bring it over to America so we can all enjoy it too?
If you're into racing, you've no doubt dreamed about doing a few hot laps around the Nürburgring. Maybe you've been lucky enough to actually go there and live to tell the tale. But if you haven't, there's one thing you need to know about the 'Ring: it's really, really hard.
Pricing hasn't yet been announced for the upcoming 2014 Corvette, but if it's anything like the outgoing Corvette C6, it will start around $50,000. But there's a possibility that Chevrolet is working on an even less expensive "budget Corvette."
A funny thing happened to the al-Qaida terrorist network over the last decade or so. While the so-called "War on Terror" waged by America and her allies has been extremely costly in dollars as well as lives, it has largely resulted in the cleaning of al-Qaida's clock. Today they're generally considered a shadow of…
The last couple years have been a bit rough for Spyker, the Dutch supercar manufacturer that tried but failed to rescue Saab and lost a ton of money in the process. Now Spyker says they spent 2012 restructuring its debt and improving its finances, and they're poised to make a "resurgence" with a news sportscar…
Subaru first started bringing the WRX to the U.S. back when I was in high school. God, I wanted one so badly. It had a turbo engine! It had all-wheel-drive! It had a stick shift! It could give BMW and Audi a run for their money at a fraction of the cost! That car was a true game changer.
The last-ever Corvette C6 rolled off the assembly line at Bowling Green this week. They made 215,100 of them since 2005. It will be missed. Its Chevrolet Cobalt-inspired interior will not. Meanwhile, the plant is prepping for bigger and better things.
It's called Motion Induced Blindness. It's why RaceCar Drivers [and aircraft pilots] are trained to "keep their heads on a swivel" and their eyes always moving. Take this test and find out why.
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Ride along with Eric Curran inside the #31 Whelen Motorsports / Team Fox Corvette at Circuit of the Americas in preparation for the inaugural Grand Am of the Americas, taking place tomorrow.
Is The Ferrari 308 GTB the most under-appreciated car with a prancing horse on it? After watching this video, you might think so.
Kia sales down in February as they have no more Sedonas to appeal to buyers who want a Korean minivan.
MotorWeek, you've disappointed me.
We were confronted with the idea of a 501-day mission to send two people on a flyby of Mars. There's only one way to make this work and it involves porn stars.
Monsieur Bernhard Nabucet has been running his own trucking company just outside Paris for nearly fifty years now. He has also been a massive fan of Volvos since day one, so it's no wonder that next to the shiny new fleet, he also has a special one in the garage.
Yes, a 1990s-era Formula One tire is slower than a tire off of a truck...when you roll them down a ski jump slope.
Remember Dennis Tito? He's the millionaire who became the first space tourist back in 2001, who bought himself a ticket on a Soyuz heading to the International Space Station. Now he's got some big new space plans: he wants to send two people on a Mars flyby mission in 2018. If he can pull it off, there's lots of…