Jalopnik Top Tip: If you are having trouble parking and your friend gets out to help you, do not then hit a car, knock your friend over, crash into another car and then drive away, which is exactly what these two ladies do.
Yes, it's Alain Prost. Le Professeur, rival of Senna, four-time Formula One World Champion. Here he is doing backwards entries, sliding his heavily-modified Dacia that has brought him two championship wins in Andros Trophy ice racing.
For this month's Pikes Peak climb, the plucky Dacia team will tackle the mountain with a Duster, tweaked with a few modifications including a twin-turbo V6 from the Nissan GT-R boosted to 850 hp. Hello, world's hottest clown shoe.
It sounded like a million-dollar idea: import cheap cars from Eastern Europe, convert them to electric power, and sell them in the US for $40,000 a pop. Now, someone is stuck with 46 engineless Dacia Logans. Bummer, or bummertunity?
It was made in Europe by the Dutch for the Romanian car company Dacia and their small Duster SUV. It's incredibly filthy, insulting, ageist, sexist, and strangely anti-gypsy. It's also a little hilarious. NSFW for language.
Home to a disputed election, 70 million people and twice as many barrels of cheap oil, Iran has cars aplenty. Meet Paykans, Miniators and Italian exotica—plus the gutsy female drivers of the Islamic Republic.