The 2016 Focus RS is almost at a Ford dealership near you, so it’s time to learn how to push this 350hp all-wheel drive hatchback into ‘controlled oversteer drifts’, with stunt driver and friend of the BBC Ben Collins himself.
In CC Mason's new video for "Racecar," former Stig Ben Collins appears to have been typecast as a guy who stands around with his arms crossed. We all knew the Stigs would have to move on with the cancellation of Top Gear, but we didn't know life would be this rough. Now he's been put into a music video, still as The…
We finally have our first look at the DB10 in motion, and what better introduction than a J-Turn maneuver through a hail of gunfire in a parking lot of supercars?
Some say that his helmet is sewn to his face, and that his underwear is actually a suit of bees. All we know is that Ben Collins' white Stig was (is?) the best part of the BBC's Top Gear. Now, with Collins' addition to the Formula E roster, the inaugural season of Formula E racing is really starting to look exciting!
Ben Collins is famous for being a successful race car driver, author, and Hollywood stunt driver, but you probably know him best as The Stig from Top Gear. Now that the helmet's off he can answer all your questions about being the world's most infamous wheelman and driving for James Bond in the movies.
Some say he's James Bond's personal stunt driver... all we know is he'll be answering your questions live tomorrow at 2:00 PM EST.
Although I'm halfway through "The Man In The White Suit," Ben Collins' Top Gear tell-all of his time as The Stig, I assert the moral right to claim the best line so far is on the copyright page.
In a taped interview, Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson talks frankly about the Ben Collins/Stig controversy and shares how hurt he was by Collins. At the same event he also called him "The Greedy Twat" instead of The Stig.
Some say Top Gear's elusive masked driver is former Formula Three driver Ben Collins. Some say the Sunday Times unmasked Collins today based on the financial reports of his company. All we know is... they're apparently right. Told ya so.