Sand dunes are the perfect place to go hog wild on your dirt bike or 4x4. Hysterically fun terrain, jumps for days and all the room you could ever need to spread your wings and stop worrying about traffic. I mean, you’d have to have seriously bad luck hit somebody out there. Like this guy, apparently.
The only thing worse than winter driving in a RWD Mustang is probably winter driving in a RWD Mustang that can’t get over the train crossing, when a train is coming.
Citroën driver Sébastien Chardonnet experienced what rally drivers refer to as 'a moment' during the first day of WRC Finland last week. How exactly did he not crash?
Al and Betty Perry were driving their late-model Chevrolet Silverado down Highway 14 in Alberta when a lightning strike turned their truck into a f*king rolling fireball. Airbags deployed, cabin filled with smoke, and both occupants thought they were doomed until a passing cop busted in and saved their butts.
The runway for the Helgoland airport off the coast of northern Germany runs right up to the beach. Here's what happens when a plane comes in for a landing a little bit too low.
A 14-year-old kid commandeered his grandfather's Hyundai Veloster on Saturday, blazing through a park full of children and generally terrorizing Syracuse, Utah. His reign of mayhem was only reeled in when a citizen plowed into him with a Ram pickup. Miraculously, everyone walked away uninjured.
Just another day on the road. Oh, there's a cop better slow down. OH SWEET LORD HIT THE BRAKES. Man, will y'all cool it with the highway hijinks today?
First some minivan starts slinging parts like projectiles at another car, then HOLY CRAP HERE COMES THE SPIKEY SHELL!
A spectator at this year's San Felipe 250 reckoned it was worth the risk of stepping in front of a racing vehicle running full-noise for an epic profile picture. This video captures one seriously ass-clenching close call.
Part of the appeal of spectating rally races is the excitement and danger of watching speeding cars as they pass only a few feet away. Unfortunately sometimes the combination of speeding cars with no room for error, no safety barriers and large crowds of people can turn tragic.