Earlier this year, I saw what I consider to be the greatest automotive documentary to date, entitled Winning: The Racing Life Of Paul Newman. I sat down with the movie’s director, Adam Carolla, about why Newman was an important figure, and why everyone should take a page out of Paul’s book of life.
"When you get out to that track... whatever it is that's roiling around in your head, it just goes right out the window." That's coming from Paul Newman, a man who knew what he was talking about. This is the first trailer for Adam Carolla's documentary on Newman's racing career, and boy does this film look awesome.
This hasn't come up in quite some time. It's actually Ray Wert era Jalopnik, but I was just daydreaming about my trip to LA to see the first episode of what would eventually be the first of two different Top Gear USA series. I assume nothing ever came of the Jalopnik challenge as I'm sure the pilot would have ended…
Make sure to tune-in to see The Car Show with Adam Carolla on SPEED tonight at 10 PM EST. Come from the car humor, stay for the two hours of Pinks.
In my dreams, I am an eagle, gliding above mountains and plains, diving for the silver flash of a salmon. In my nightmares, Dan Neil dons a hot-dog costume and shouts at me through a bullhorn. Here's a new clip of stuntwork from Adam Carolla's "The Car Show," due to be yanked from the hot wiener water this Wednesday…
Many questions abound about how "The Car Show with Adam Carolla" will differentiate itself from "Top Gear USA" since both shows are about car guys hanging out and driving cars. This first trailer shows the first big difference: a really crappy set.
Adam Carolla's "The Car Show" featuring Dan Neil, Matt Farah and John Salley will open the network's summer season on SPEED Wednesday, July 13th at 10 PM EST.
Speed TV's adding talented auto scribes Ezra Dyer and Aaron Robinson to "The Car Show" team. "The Car Show will be the definitive U.S. program on everything automotive," said Speed President Hunter Nickell. And that's a real high bar.
Adam Carolla, Dan Neil, John Salley and Matt Farah's TV show has been picked up by the octane-obsessed network for a 13 episode run starting in July.
What happens when a spurned funnyman, a Pulie-winning automotive scribbler, an ex-NBA star and an online video impresario with the facial hair of a Civil War colonel bring the heat to a much-maligned automotive TV show? It's anyone's guess.
Before Steve Millen, winner of the 1994 24 Hours of Daytona, could compete in this weekend's Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, he had to attend a beginner's driving school. Here's a first-hand account he wrote exclusively for us. —Ed.
Despite being killed by NBC, Top Gear USA lives on at The History Channel. Sources there tell us they've ordered between 10 and 12 episodes and they're currently interviewing candidates for the hosts.
Well folks, we've now heard from two separate sources that the reasonably-priced car that Adam Carolla, Tanner Foust and Eric Stromer will drop stars behind the wheel of will be none other than the Kia Rio. But that's not all we've learned. Our sources also tell us the first two stars to sit behind the wheel will be…