This satirical breakdown of the 2013 F1 season at SniffPetrol is the only season preview you really need. (H/T)
The 2013 F1 season is only four days into testing and a Ferrari has already caught on fire.
Stories are told about how drivers change when the helmet goes on, the visor slams shut and the engines roar to life. Some say the "nice guy" demeanor is replaced by a wild, savage creature desperate for success, no matter the consequences.
Fiat has never been known as a maker of expensive cars. In fact, in the Fiat portfolio of brands, Fiat is the discount brand.
Last Sunday was the 132th birthday of József Galamb, the Hungarian engineer who became the chief designer of the first mass produced car in the world, the Ford Model T. My mom sent a message that I should write about him, but I told her I was sure everybody knew his story already.
Now that the 2014 Corvette has finally broken cover, it can drop all that ridiculous camo it was wearing when it tested on public roads.
We're no strangers to motor vehicle departments restricting certain words from personalized license plates. Typically, genitalia, other sex themes, and things related to fecal matter and racism (same thing, really) are verboten. But what about words like PITA, SCOTCH, and RAIN?
Ever wondered what happens when a professional racecar driver steps out of his car during a race weekend? You might imagine a mass of flashing cameras, adoring fans, and servants delivering gallons of caviar to $2 million motorhomes. But that, unfortunately for racers, is not the case.
The government auditors responsible for monitoring the Trouble Asset Relief Program (i.e. TARP) say executives at three companies received pay that was "excessive" given the guidelines outlined in the program, including employees of GM and Ally (formerly GMAC).
Last night, R&B star and altercation aficionado Chris Brown punched fellow musician Frank Ocean in a fight over a parking space. This may have been the most typically LA altercation in the city's history.
Felix Sabates is a longtime presence in the NASCAR garage and a part of owner of Earnhardt Ganassi Racing. He also left Cuba in 1959 and moved to the USA.
We say that racing is all about cheating, but is it? What if the greatest cheats, weren't even breaking the rules at all?
Hal McCoy, one of the go-to baseball writers on the Pete Rose investigation, the man that nicknamed the Reds the "Big Red Machine," and a winner of the J.G Taylor Spink Award (the highest that the BBWAA gives to its members) could use a favor:
Ayrton Senna is widely considered the greatest Formula One driver to ever get behind the wheel. He was ruthless and faster than just about anyone.
This year's Detroit Auto Show was the Golden Corral of car shows; a giant spread of Asian, European, and American offerings designed to offer something at least palatable to nearly everyone in attendance. And when we say everyone, we honestly and truly mean every single person on planet Earth.
No matter that the Corvette ZR1 is faster than an Enzo and a 911 around the 'Ring. No matter that a Z06 regularly spanks BMWs at track events. No matter the growl of a Corvette V8 always turns heads, whether you're in Athens, Georgia or Athens, Greece.