I forgot about Modern Shitbox — it was a childhood favorite until they went under in 1992. Way better than Crapcan Quarterly or Heap.
Car and Driver had a McLaren 12c out in Utah and they strapped a camera to the rear wing. Here is the raw, surprisingly beautiful footage. All 28 minutes of it.
So Spin magazine is going out of print. You're sad, I know, but hey, your subscription isn't up yet, maybe you'll get a nice refund to make up for the loss of music news.
A few steps below the lobby at the Amangani Lodge in Jackson Hole, one of the finest hotels in the world, several car writers sat around a massive wooden table, eating Caesar salads and Kobe beef burgers, the snow-capped Tetons framed behind us as though Mercedes-Benz had installed them for our pleasure alone.…
Angus Mackenzie's long-haired reign as Editor-in-Chief of the buffest of buff books, Motor Trend, is finally over, according to many social media postsings. In his place is former MT Executive Editor and Sport Compact Car EIC Ed Loh. Haven't figured out what distinguishing character of Loh we'll make fun of…
How did three unaffiliated car magazines all end up with the same cover? Who's copying whom? Is there some, secret collusion among the US's Automobile, the UK's Car and Germany's Auto-Bild: Sportscars? Nope. It's just business.
"Truth be told, I think (Mazda) MX-5s are, well, sh*t," says EVO magazine's Chris Harris, helping European car fans stay warm by building a nice flame war.
A couple weeks back, we shared the video of Nürburgring taxi star Sabine Schmitz calling the Corvette Z06 "castrated." Now South Africa's Car magazine has posted the full clip, showing how Sabine located the Corvette's testicular fortitude.
When South Africa's CAR magazine held its annual shootout with 12 sports cars, it recruited famed Nürburgring taxi driver Sabine Schmitz as a guest evaluator. She found the Corvette missing two pieces of normally standard equipment.
A chain of the country's most popular auto enthusiast magazines used at least 20 of its titles to run similar stories and covers this month, all asking "CAN THEY OUTLAW HOT RODDING?" It's less about street machines than political ones.
Magazine auto ad spending up...1.3%! Magazines are now dying slower than last year! Huzzah! [AdAge]
After spending a billion (or three) dollars on market research, the elite Chrysler media team achieved a coup de grâce in the Muscle Car Wars by getting the new Challenger SRT8 positioned on the front partition of the southernmost magazine rack at Memphis International Airport's "LiterAIRy" bookstore/Elvis memorabilia…