Pedestrians—including trick-or-treaters—were hit by a car in New York City on Halloween night, CNN reported. The city police department stated that three people were killed in the incident, and several others sustained injuries.
Racing has never been a cheap endeavor, and that goes for the venues that host racing as well. One day a race track can be home to cars thundering down the asphalt before thousands of cheering fans, only to turn into an abandoned, weedy eyesore when their fortunes change for the worse. These are the stories of some of…
Let me guess, fellow member of the racing community: you didn’t buy a Halloween costume, so you’re going out in your racing suit? That’s going as yourself, buddy. The whole point of Halloween is to dress up as something you’re not, but that’s a level of slacking off that I can appreciate, if not encourage.
Top Gear’s tame racing driver, only known by “The Stig,” has been haunting the motoring show since it first aired back in 2002. Being essentially a racing suit that follows people around and has a supernatural connection to cars, The Stig is actually kind of terrifying. Some say...
When you think about it, Top Gear’s The Stig is actually extremely terrifying. There are many myths, many legends, and many horror stories about those who have come across The Stig, what are your stories? Some say..
Over the years we’ve heard some of the craziest and often terrifying stories said by some about Top Gear’s Stig. For Halloween, how about we round up some of the spookiest, scariest, Stig-iest stories, and try not to wet ourselves.
Perhaps you remember last year’s introduction of Jalopnik’s line of Hypersexy Superhot Halloween Carstumes, and how it changed your life so dramatically. Since insipid sexificated costumes don’t seem to be going anywhere, we decided to make a tradition of it, so I’m happy to present our 2015 line!
10th Voyage Studios is cooking up this wacky YouTube mockumentary "Zombie Cleanup;" starring the bumbling idiots of a mismanaged zombie-disposal company and their '99 Chevy Silverado with a utility bed and mounted machine guns.
Today is Halloween and as we all know, there's nothing scarier than SOMEONE ELSE'S PROJECT. That's not to say that today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe home-brew truck isn't pretty trick, but will its price also prove to be a treat?
This Rolls Royce Phantom is a bit different to anything you'll have seen before we think. Costing a reputed $800,000 to build, this is the first Rolls Royce Phantom Hearse in the world available to hire.
Considering that candy corn is barely edible in the first place, I'd say putting it in your mouth is gross enough. NASCAR driver Kurt Busch wanted to see how many pieces of candy corn fit in his mouth, and the results are hilarious. Enjoy!
Some of us around here believe that car reliability is a myth, a poor substitute for properly maintaining your vehicle. But few things suck worse than a new car that breaks down all the time, then breaks again after you get it fixed. What if all those cars combined, Voltron-style, into one amazingly unreliable piece…
My alarm had already gone off three times by 1AM. "Smokey odor," was elevated to "smoke showing," and finally "structure fire in progress." When my station, almost ten miles from the scene, was called to action I knew it was gonna be a long night.
Border officials at Montreal's Trudeau International Airport had themselves a particularly happy Halloween after busting a passenger with four-and-a-half pounds of cocaine stuffed inside three pumpkins.
The Fiat 500 Abarth's ultra-loud exhaust note, brisk acceleration and pint size make the car exceedingly good at scaring the crap out of your passengers. Since today is Halloween, the holiday devoted to terror, an Abarth jack-o-lantern seems appropriate — but you can do it with just about any logo.
It's that time of the year again when kids dress up as something spooky and ask total strangers for candy. But why let them have all the fun? Adults can express their Halloween spirit too by decorating their vehicles, and these ten might just be the best tools for the job.
It’s All Hallows’ Eve and that means both tricks and treats, as well as s few scares. And what could be scarier than today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Skyline, owing to its unknown nature and (gasp) Florida location? You’ll still need to say whether its price is a treat. . . if you dare!
It's science. Your kids know diesel is better, and they'll be pissed if little Jimmy gets more Gobstoppers and Schnozberries than they do. Don't let them down.