If you don't have the Internet, you may not be aware that the final episodes of Breaking Bad start this weekend. We made a lot of jokes and references this weekend.
If someone handed me the keys to a 207 mph supercar, I know where I’d end up: jail.
Today we got a primer on how to drive naked. That’s fine, but there are bigger issues we need to tackle.
Today we saw a bus going Maximum Touge Attack on a snowy Kansas City street, taking out a street light. It made us wonder if anything bigger has ever gone sideways.
We all love driving, but at a certain point you can cross a line of social acceptability. We saw a crash today that reminded us of this line.
As kids, we basically try and get ourselves hurt on any wheeled device we can get our hands on. Tricycles, skateboards, BMW bikes – it’s going down.
We don’t expect the tech industry to make good cars, but we expect car companies to come out with good tech with every new vehicle. Has this thinking ever worked?
You’ll forgive this open ended question, because I heard of some engineering today that will make your heart weep.
Today we heard an American tractor tire CEO say that French factory workers only do 3 hours of labor a day. An intern at a French car plant piped up for a rebuttal.
Today we got Jason’s Guide to Driving In India Without Dying. It reminded us of close calls we’ve head ourselves.
There are some cars that just feel like they are out to get you. These are some of our favorite cars.
Every so often, you see a drier in the field who is hopelessly slower than his or her teammate, but always seems to get a seat for the next season. This person is what we call a pay driver.
At the end of the day, the car business is just a business. It’s filled with PowerPoint presentations and projected earnings, and grey suits. Some executives do inject a bit of style into the proceedings.
Today we saw the Ford Focus TrackSTer from Kentavious D. Blockenfiddle with roughly 500 horsepower going to the front wheels alone. It makes us wonder.
Hey look, it's a 2003 Hyundai Elantra hatchback! No wait, it's the new BMW 3 series GT confirmed today.
The European market has many more small, fuel-efficient car models than we get in America, but even European versions of international cars like the Jetta are rated at higher MPG numbers. We can explain why.
Today we saw Ben Wojdyla almost get his face turned into mincemeat by a rogue spring, shooting out of a car with no warning. What's the closest call you've had with a car in a garage?
Today we saw a gorgeous V8lvo 740 wagon sporting an LT1. Wait, this car looks very familiar!