Kanye and Kim Kardashian wanted a sweet ride for Halloween, so they rented a gold Aventador from Prestige Imports Miami. This appears to be that very car, whipping hard and powersliding around the docks. Badass.
Got a rear-drive car with bald all-season tires? Is there a blizzard sweeping through your city? It's snow drifting time!
We love rallycross cars. To handle all the jumps and danger of dirt/tarmac racing, they have amazingly competent suspension, four wheel drive, and transmissions. What if your car had none of those things?
No, not the kind of drive by with Eazy-E, but the kind of drive by with Robby Gordon flying past his crew on a high-speed run in the desert. Have you ever seen a faster one than this?
Yesterday we asked you to review our nominees for the craziest nutjobs in the car world. Now we have our winners. Welcome to the 2012 Hoonies!
Cars are transportation devices, meant for carrying people from A to B. Some members of society, however, think that cars are meant for burnouts, drifts, and massively unsafe jumps.
These are the trucks that you'll see in the upcoming Stadium Super Trucks series. Even on relatively small ramps, they get huge air. Like, huge.
We've already shown you some of the greatest minivan hoonage on the Internet, but what's this? A challenger appears!
Here we see a Dodge drag a Chevy truck around the block in some righteous parking lot tug of war. There is screaming. There is big truck power. There is everything that's right with the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.
I have a tremendous amount of respect for the nation of Australia, because I think they do hoonage better than any other country on Earth.
Bartek Ostalowski lost both of his arms in an accident in 2006. Did that stop him from pursuing his passion for cars and motorsports? Hell no.
Rallying is some of the toughest racing in the world. Drivers have to tackle changing weather conditions and roads that vary from gravel to dirt to tarmac. There are blind corners lined with trees and people throughout. It's not for the feint of heart.
Don't get us wrong, we love to see people sliding Nissan s-chassis, but turning a V8-swapped Volvo 240 wagon into a drift car is just so much cooler.
James May and Jeremy Clarkson recently pronounced the Lexus SC 430 the worst car… in the world. We'll accept that, but not before we see one doing some impressive drifting.
We already know that old gassers are burnout machines. This '50 Chevy does one so big, it breaks its own driveshaft.
There is something beautifully mismatched about hearing an M-power howl coming out of a mustard yellow Volvo 242.
We love the FR-S and any other affordable, rear-drive powerslide machine, but there is no question that the minivan is the greatest vehicle for hoons. We've put together a gallery of unparalleled minivan drifts, jumps, and carnage to prove that we're right.
Okay it's a Nissan Silvia and not a NASCAR stocker, but it's a real car done up like Lighting McQueen! And it drifts!
This is by far the most bizarre burnout video we have ever seen. The choppy cuts, the non-linear plot — it's like Gymkhana: Memento Edition.