Is it possible for something to be brain-fossilizingly mundane and yet absolutely fascinating at the same time? This 1993 BBC documentary, about company cars and the executives and sales reps that drive them, does exactly that. You’ve got to hear what these ‘90s era badge-obsessed dipshits think of some remarkably… »
None of the movies in the Fast and Furious franchise make any concessions to reality, and that’s what makes them so great. These are their ten most absurdly unrealistic scenes.
The RUSH premiere in London yesterday was never going to be the usual red carpet parade of a normal film debut, but it went from good to fantastic when two proper McLaren F1 cars arrived. »
Matthew Johnston is making the first feature-length documentary covering rallying in America. He's two years and $10,000 into the project and he's looking for $47,630 more. Ford or someone really needs to sponsor this guy — but they haven't yet. You can — and here's why he might be worth it. »
Because sometimes, even a car guy needs to sit back, turn on the TV, and...wait, what were we talking about? »