Last night, R&B star and altercation aficionado Chris Brown punched fellow musician Frank Ocean in a fight over a parking space. This may have been the most typically LA altercation in the city's history.
Is there anything we car enthusiasts hate more than car thieves? Don't be fooled the mainstream media, which portrays them as heroic cool guys out to rescue their little brothers from the mob and then hook up with Angelina Jolie afterwards. Make no mistake — car thieves are assholes.
We have a truly sad and horrific story out of Dallas today as police continue to search for a car that struck and killed a 6-year-old boy earlier this week and then drove away.
Kids! I don't have 'em, but I can only imagine how hard they are to keep track of. One minute they're with you, and another minute they're off sticking metal objects into the electric socket to see what happens. It's why my parents kept us locked in the basement most of the time. I think that's why they did it, anyway.
Ever have those nights when you're really hungry and wish there was a taco cart next to your house where you could buy delicious, delicious tacos to feast upon at 3 a.m.? Sure. we all do.
You guys know what's great? Driving! You know what else is great? Drinking! But they should never be done together. That's just dangerous, irresponsible, and also illegal.
Remember that kid in the second grade? Stomach crammed full of paste and boogers, cruel little beady eyes always scanning for the slightest transgressions, and a big stupid mouth that would go blabbing to the teacher any time you even thought about doing something fun? Well, that little fuck now drives a Pontiac Grand…
Would-be bounty hunters take note: There is now an active arrest warrant in India for Porsche CEO Mattias Müller, as well as eight other Porsche executives.
"You bend it, you mend it," right? That's the basis of a lawsuit by famous racing driver David Piper against a car journalist who blew the engine on Piper's $2 million Porsche 917.
I'm pleased to report a happy ending to the tale of the 8-second Toyota Supra that was stolen from Florida swimsuit model and noted gearhead Jess Barton a few weeks ago.
Automakers give out free cars to magazines and some websites for as long as a year. They call them long-term testers.
Cairo, Egpyt is notorious for its horrible traffic. Roadways are packed solid and anarchy reigns over intersections. But on rare occasions, even the worst gridlock can be a good thing.
There's no doubt that people will do just about anything to make it big on the internet. But there's normal anything and then there's Florida anything, which is living proof that videotaped pranks can run afoul of the law when they involve giving random people wedgies.
America's Greatest State had a banner year in 2012 for crazy vehicular crimes, and it shows no signs of slowing down in 2013. The latest example of Florida's winning streak comes in the form of this trio of jokers, who were arrested after police say they tied a man to the back of a pickup truck and dragged him half a…
Getting pulled over is one of the worst feelings in the world. It's also one of those times that you wish you were someone else.
Police in Johannesburg, South Africa are investigating a bizarre crash from Thursday that claimed the life of an Audi R8 driver and a police officer who was also inside the car.
Remember a few months ago when we told you about the guy in Vermont who hopped into a farm tractor and used it to pancake seven police vehicles? Of course you do. Looks like he won't be standing trial after all, according to news station WPTZ.
Law enforcement agencies from across the U.S. have reached out to Jalopnik for help with car identifications since your input was "critical" to solving a hit-and-run last year, among others.
We were disturbed to hear the famous Supra belonging to gearhead model/host Jess Barton was stolen last week in Florida. Now we are sad to report the car appears to have been stripped of all the go-fast parts that made it an 8-second quarter-mile monster. There's now a $6,000 reward for info leading to the capture of…
In a hilarious case of mistaken car identity this week, police in Ontario, Oregon say they recovered a car thought to have been stolen from a supermarket after it was accidentally driven home by an elderly couple who thought it was theirs. Oh, old people.