Jalopnik’s first ever 25-hour party went off without a hitch, which is more than I can say for Toyota. The LeManstravaganza, presented by Porsche, brought hundreds of people together to watch the festivities and a surprising number actually stuck around for the whole damn thing. Here’s what you missed if you weren’t…
We’re five hours into our 24 Hour LeManstravaganza at Jalopnik HQ in Manhattan and the party is going strong! About 100 people (seriously) have stopped by so far to watch the race on our giant screen, engage in bitter Forza battles, and pig out on French Toast. But the big highlight tonight will be car trivia, hosted…
When we said we were planning a 24-hour party for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, we didn’t just promise to show you the race. We promised to feed you. It’s going to be insane.
Much to the chagrin of haters everywhere—whom I fully expect will cry themselves to sleep upon hearing this—Jalopnik continues to exist today despite a bit of news you may have seen. And we’re not going anywhere.
If you’re one of the approximately 17 people who hasn’t seen the new Top Gear yet, your hardworking Jalopnik staff is doing a liveblog of the show’s U.S. premiere on BBC America tonight. We’ll be here at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT if you want to join us in lambasting—I mean watching the new show.
You could spend the weekend of June 18th mowing your lawn, lazily watching the Golf Channel on the couch, or avoiding talking to your spouse. Or you could come to New York and party with us for 24 hours straight during the greatest race in the entire world—the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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Foxtrot Alpha should not have been a success. A defense site on a car blog? Why the hell would anyone want to do that? And who the hell would even want to read it?
You know how I knew the Great Jalopnik Throwdown over driverless cars would be good? Because it started almost immediately with a diatribe from Jason Torchinsky about robotic car enslavement. And Alex Roy talking about how he’ll stash motorcycles all over the city to do “a social good” if banning cars becomes an…
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Hey, you kids like the Nissan GT-R? Of course you do. Be sure to be on Jalopnik at 10:30 a.m. EST today, because Nissan’s chief product guy for the GT-R Hiroshi Tamura will be around to answer your questions. Ask him whatever you want then about the 2017 GT-R, Skylines, his own 600 HP R32, and anything else that might…
Do you like to see sleep-deprived hacks mumble nonsense about cars? Follow us on Facebook—we’ll be doing Facebook Live videos from the New York Auto Show.
If you’re in Austin tonight, there’s only one place you should be, and that’s The Great Jalopnik Throwdown at SXSW. We’re going to talk autonomous cars, we’re going to talk the future of driving, we’re going to hang out, and we’re going to listen to killer music. What’s better than that?
How would I describe The Great Jalopnik Throwdown At SXSW? It’s like a TED Talk, involving cars, but everyone took acid beforehand. And with a DJ and some really great music. You have to come, and you have to RSVP right away.
Are you going to be in Austin for SXSW? You could spend big bucks on a badge to hear the startup crowd bloviate about #disrupting, or you could come to Jalopnik’s big throwdown instead! The Great Jalopnik Throwdown at SXSW is coming Monday, March 14, from 6-10 p.m.
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I hope you enjoyed your break. I hope you spent quality time with the people you loved, basking in the feeling that maybe, just maybe, everything will be alright. I hope you savored that feeling—because it’s all going away soon. That’s because the third season of Jalopnik Video starts today.
A lot of people read Jalopnik. More than 8 million globally this month alone, in fact. They range from everyday car enthusiasts to people who clicked an errant Facebook link about sloths to auto industry professionals. Honda’s lawyers are demanding that we take down a set of comments from an apparent reader in the…