Just because this Huffy Carnage is sold by Walmart as a mountain bike doesn’t necessarily mean it can handle a legit downhill mountain run, as Phil Kmetz discovered after spending $180 on one. Halfway through his ride the bike’s brake pads were almost completely gone, and after the first jump its handlebars broke and…
No car in the top World Endurance Championship LMP1-H class went the entire 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps trouble-free. Fortunately, the No. 8 Audi’s biggest problem was relatively minor. Joining it in the top three was a limping Porsche and a car in the slower, non-manufacturer LMP1 class.
Did you take a catnap, have to wee and/or get held up by some fartknocker making an eighteen-point turn in a Ferrari on a glorified cowpath? Never fear! In addition to the live-blog, here’s our round-up of the biggest reminders so far that endurance racing will eat your car.
Sometimes a saw is just a saw. This one wasn't. It belonged to my grandfather and helped me build a ladder rack for my '78 International Scout Terra. I paid it back by running it down in my driveway.
You can't win 'em all, but you can read the sorry tale right here.
What happens when a bear gets trapped inside a Honda? This. And no amount of expletives could possibly describe the damage done to this poor little Civic.
Torrential rains flooded an underground parking structure of Singapore's St Regis Residences at Tanglin Road, causing major water damage to several exotic sports cars owned by residents of the luxury tower. Heavy rains also damaged a local mall, so no shopping therapy either.
Here's amazing video of flood waters flushing cars down a street in the Italian village of Atrani on the Amalfi Coast last week.
As far as rallies go, Sno*Drift was pretty gentle on the cars, but that doesn't mean there weren't any snowy crashes. Our teaser gallery of ice-encrusted rally cars below.
Moose are proving to be the bane of the open road roadway. Before they were just eating our cars, now apparently they are committing auto-assisted Seppuku. After seeing those gloriously gory photos of a BMW being outfoxed by the local wildlife, reader Jeffrey Schmatz called us dainty little girls and sent in pics of…
Imagine cruising in your brand new, 2007 BMW 320D Touring at 230 kph (~143 mph) along the pristine asphalt of the Autobahn, listening to the finest in German techno. All of a sudden from the roadside, a flash of fur streaks across the road and you feel a mild thump, accompanied by a spray of rouge across the bottom of…