It turns out that supersonic man Felix Baumgartner was even more supersonic than we previously thought. He actually reached 843.6 miles per hour (1,357.6 km/h), which is 1.25 the speed of sound. His heart rate was extremely high at the exact time of the jump—understandably!
Just in case you thought our exclusive photo of Lewis Hamilton with a hoon bumper sticker was somehow the work of pranksters, here's video of Hamilton properly hooning Sir Stewart's Impala. See, told ya so.
We thought the Subaru Legacy pulling an F150 out of the snow was impressive, but here's an even more noteworthy feat: a WRX STI rescuing a European semi-truck. Judging from the backup, it's real, which makes this totally legendary.
The Switzer P800 Nissan GT-R makes over 700 HP at the wheels, nearly double that of the comparatively plain-Jane GT-R. Luckily that's at all four wheels, because we drove it through both snow and ice.
Being a discerning car enthusiast, you've seen this infamous Ken Block Gymkhana clip a million times. Today we bring you the crashes, outtakes and foibles that went into it's production. Enjoy the infectiously addictive soundtrack!
It's impossible to imagine what it's like to blast down limited access roads in a full race rally car at far above paralegal speeds, but the exclusive video below will get you close.
One of the standout attractions for us at this year's 2008 Meadow Brook Concours D'Elegance was the Duesenberg SJ known as the Mormon Meteor. Just say the name and you practically have chills. Rightfully so, as few American cars have ever demonstrated such beauty alongside such brutal and uncompromising technical…
We'd really, really love to know just exactly how much illicit hooch was involved in the construction and destruction of the vehicles in this video. While the leaping Chevy Sprint in this vid isn't quite as fantastic as the one featured here, we also suspect that maybe only two of the diminutive runabout's three…