Because today is Dia del Conejito, I'm going to whip out my collection of photos of racing drivers with Easter bunnies. Thankfully, my bunnies are pretty cute. I won't give you nightmare fuel like the folks at Nascarcasm did, unless you're B-Spec Fiesta racer Marc Sherrin above. Sit back, relax and enjoy the holidays. ».
Pirelli World Challenge is one of the fastest growing series right now, and they've got their second race of the season coming up this weekend at St. Petersburg. So, who's racing there, besides the already famous dudes like Eversley and Estré? We sat down with a few drivers to ask how they got into PWC at their… »
Scoring points is a good thing, unless it's on your driving record. Still, if you know how your state's point system works, you'll have a better game plan for keeping your license —and your auto insurance rates low. »
It seems that Upstate New York may be earning a reputation as the "Weird School Bus Crime" Capital of the world. »
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has used hidden cameras to prove what everyone already knew: most newbie teen drivers are pretty bad drivers. As their videos show, they are also impossibly obnoxious. No surprise there either. They also like Twilight. »
Manal al Sharif is a Saudi Arabian woman who planned a June 17th protest against the country's ban of women drivers. She uploaded this video Thursday showing her behind the wheel. Today, authorities sentenced her to five days in prison. »
This commercial aired during the first Monday Night Football game in 1970 and proves just what everyone already knew: women can't drive worth a damn and need exceptional tires to compensate for the lack of driving ability. Of course, the woman in the video has to deal with construction, bumpy roads, detours and more… »
Who needs wife when you can have a tiny box with three LEDs constantly judging your driving? The U.K. military has begun testing a program that will monitor driving habits of its personnel. Installed in 200 vehicles is a system from Greenroad Technologies. It uses a green, yellow and red LEDs to rate your driving… »
Some say he's a space alien, a specialized robot, or a secret genetics experiment. All we know is that he's a very talented driver who has a very mysterious identity. Until now. This new photo that has surfaced clearly shows a man behind the mask. So he's human after all. But which human?
In Post-Soviet Poland, cars drive... there are... well a majority of people don't drive cars. Almost all of the Polish-Americans we know drive (and living in Chicago, there are a lot) . But according to pollster Estymator, only half of Polish adults still living in Poland engage in the ancient art of driving. The… »
I am a former fat kid. Yes, that's right, an FFK. Not to make things too personal here, but because of that I'm not so much a fan of McDonald's. Which is why I perked up to one of the promo pieces CNBC's got running for a special taking viewers "Inside the McDonald's Empire" tonight at 9 PM. The piece catching our… »
NBC's Today Show tells us this morning China's getting an extra 2,000 cars per day on city streets as the Socialist republic becomes more and more like the United States every day. One other problem they face similar to us? Nobody knows how to drive. As you'd expect it's causing 300 to 600 people being killed each… »