With oil workers playing a key part, France’s ongoing strikes against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s pension reforms are now threatening the country’s gas supplies.
Monowheels have certainly not have taken off in any big way, but just like ekranoplans you sort of wish they had. This French model from 1932 even has very clever steering. Watch the inventor do le burnout!
What is it about this gallery of old European ads from the Blenheim Gang that makes us want to drink the day away — or enjoy a "lunch at the Peugeot factory cafe" as they call it on the continent?
The DC Shoes/Monster World Rally Team high command stopped playing DiRT 2 long enough to confirm that the mysterious Craigslist post does indicate Gymkhana 3: Part 2 will debut next Tuesday and feature wall-to-wall, rubber vaporizing action. Their response below.
According to the L.A. Times, NASCAR is looking to snap out of its current ratings and attendance slump. That the country's most popular motorsport is overdue for a makeover is not news. But why, exactly, is it so dull?
Le Mans, June 2010. What, exactly, is going on here? What happened next? Do we even want to know? And why does the smile on his face look so... dirty? Photo Credit: Bill Caswell/Chaos Motorsport.
The most complicated and technologically advanced supercar in the world turns five years old in 2010. In honor of that birthday, we've decided to revisit some of the Bugatti Veyron's more impressive statistics. This is what $1.7 million buys you.
You'll need to suspend your disbelief while watching this 2000 music video by Da Slammin Phrogz, because nodding-dog dolls wouldn't get enough bounce action to function while perched in a suspension hydropneumatique-equipped Citroën. Ditto for the gill-style door panel gaps.
The sales pitch for this thing is priceless: "Looks like a model car? It is in fact a fashionable car-shape mobile phone. FM radio let you keep pace with the nowadays events." Ooh! You don't say!
La Déesse (also known as the Citroën DS) does everything from saving heads of state from assassins' bullets to highlighting the latest Paris fashions… 55 years after its creation. What other car could do that?
The reader who sent in the shots of this lil' yellow devil suggests that we do a "Guess This Car" quiz. So take your best shot at identifying this machine, then make the jump to check your answer.