This is the stuff of movies. Literally. Except the car didn’t explode. Thank god for that!
Let’s get this out of the way first: the driver survived the crash.
At least eleven people are so far injured after a Porsche Boxster Spyder attempting a burnout ran into a crowd of people attending a Cars and Coffee event in Boise this morning, according to news reports. Though this one doesn’t involve the usual suspect, it’s another example of how a great car event can go south when…
Late last month, authorities charged the driver of a Chevrolet Corvette Z06 who wrecked the car after smashing into a tree just outside Ann Arbor, Michigan. Now, we know the car—once featured on the YouTube series Vehicle Virgins—was traveling 125 mph seconds before the crash, thanks to the detective work of The Ann…
Yesterday afternoon, before Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression, a driver in Northern Georgia experienced the dangers of sharing the road with an inland tropical storm up close.
A 71-year-old driver and his 76-year-old passenger are dead after a 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat they were in ran off a runway and careened over a ravine at the Central Colorado Regional Airport on Sunday. Authorities said the two, who had been given permission to drive on the runway, weren’t breaking any laws.
I’m just going to come out and say it: I really like the Kia Stinger. I like what it looks like, I like what it represents, I like that it’s a Kia and I like that its trunk opens as a hatch. So when I saw these photos today of a poor Stinger with a Toyota parked on top of it, I got super sad.
Video of police aggressively arresting a University of Utah hospital nurse for refusing to provide a patient’s blood sample back in July has been circulating this weekend, but it was a high speed police pursuit ending in an explosive crash that led up to the hospital incident.
No, it’s not safe to drive on the roads—not in this condition. And it would take a lot to get it there. But what if you lived in a world without such strict rules? If so, that 2017 Honda Civic Type R, destroyed this summer by a jackass driver who wasn’t paying attention, could be your next salvage race car.
They tried to warn him, and he didn’t pay attention. Somehow I have to imagine it’s not hard for a truck driver to realize his massive truck bed is raised, and that it might cause problems while motoring down the highway. Here’s what happens when the truck driver, uh, doesn’t realize his mistake.
In late May, a yellow Chevrolet Corvette Z06 smashed into a tree in Michigan, leaving an expensive car in utter pieces. At first, it was a bit of a mystery who the driver was, though the car (as we matched up then, via its license plate) was the same car once featured on the YouTube series Vehicle Virgins. Now that…
The Ford Mustang threat never went away. It just got quieter, as its owners seemingly got more cautious. But at a car meet in California this weekend, the threat returned, and this time the crowd fought back.
A man who fled a car crash, taking his pitbull with him, tried to steal another car from the parking lot of a store before a security guard attempted to stop him. Then he stole the security guard’s car and crashed into a pole.
Three cars became a giant, nightmarish wall of fire at a Washington short track Saturday, which the Seattle Times reports track announcers said was “one of the scariest” in its 63 years. The Times reports that everyone was OK, and the driver who had to be hospitalized was at work the next day preaching in a local…
You take great pride in your Mercedes-Benz. So much so that when you see another Mercedes-Benz on the road, you are filled with rage and jealousy. This is not the way to handle those feelings. Please!
Man, good track days: nothing like ‘em. You’re hitting all the apexes, really getting into the swing of things. You finish the day without anybody crashing. Life is good. You feel good. But not all track days were created equal.
The woman who fell seven stories in her BMW 4 Series from the Littlefield Parking Garage in Austin, Texas has shared what the terrifying experience was like in a new interview.
The picture really tells it all. Count the number of times I tried to correct a slide, going faster, going faster, going faster until oh shit fuck fuck fuck that’s a pole.
On Thursday, a freight train in Henry County, Georgia, split open a tractor trailer like a well-placed baseball bat to a Pikachu Piñata. The aftermath—buttermint candy littered all over the place—would make any kid ignore their parents’ warnings about playing on train tracks.