The Race of Champions itself concluded today with its head-to-head competition between all the drivers. David Coulthard beat nearly every other driver he was paired against and celebrated in the most wonderful way possible: with doughnuts.
Did you get enough of the crazy rear-engined Renault Twin'Run revving its engine yesterday? Me either. And while that video was great, I'd rather see what it can do on the track. With an experienced racing veteran behind the wheel. You know, like David Coulthard.
Fuck you, FIA. You fined Red bull €25,000 for Sebastian Vettel doing donuts in celebration of his fourth F1 world championship. So now Red Bull did donuts on the Burj Al Arab helipad, 689 feet above Dubai.
A freshly released scene from DOTZ's Kings of Sideways video shows Sébastian Loeb, Mark Webber, David Coulthard and Carlos Sainz having plenty of fun with the E92 DD1, a supercharged BMW M3.
Most race car drivers are bad passengers. So you can imagine that former F1 driver David Coulthard was rather nervous when he went around a track lined with fire driven by a magician in a blindfold.
The other week, the Red Bull F1 team was in the New York area to do a little promotional tour for next year's Grand Prix of America in New Jersey.
The Texas hill country was alive with the sounds of a Formula One V10 this past weekend as racing superstar and F1 commentator David Coulthard shredded tires of the Red Bull F1 showcar on the streets of Austin. Jalopnik had a chance to talk to Coulthard and get his impressions of F1 in the United States and breakfast…
Most of the Circuit of the Americas outside of Austin is just a cleared dirt track, but that didn't stop David Coulthard from ripping it up in the Red Bull demonstration car while being chased by cowboys. An epic video is clearly in the making with the Capitol donuts from this weekend.
Moto GP champ Nicky Hayden's the fastest Kentuckian on two wheels, but put him in the racing bucket of a four-wheeled Mercedes DTM race car and he's not even the fastest guy named Nicky. Granted, it's a powerful car on a wet track with cold tires, but champs don't get to make excuses.
It always rains in Malaysia. It didn’t rain in Malaysia yesterday. Never underequipped when it comes to show biz, Formula One bridged the precipitation gap with a flying Russian (above), a jinxed Brit, and an old rivalry rekindled. A fun race—for second place. Warning: spoilers.
Take a pair of 563-hp Mercedes SLS AMG sports cars, combine with two racing drivers, add a bunch of 3D cameras and you've got a 3D film shot at 162 mph. Here's the 2D trailer.
As history sometimes sort of repeats, David Coulthard escaped injury when his car went up in flames during today's first free practice session ahead of the Turkish Grand Prix at Istanbul Park. Seconds after whipping past the session's checkered flag, Coulthard spun his Red Bull racing car in the first corner, when…