Australia’s most infamous, grueling race—the Bathurst 1000—concluded with not one, not two, but three Holden Commodores on the podium. Say, do you also own a Holden which is also capable of destroying the evil scourge known to man as “tires?” Please, do some burnouts. It is time.
Mercedes had their slightly disguised CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake Test Mule on hand at last weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed to tease the model to the large crowd of car lovers and do a few excellent burnouts.
How do you make a smoky burnout display even better? In this case it appears the answer is even more smoke provided by the OM603 straight six diesel underneath the hood of this ratty Mercedes 190D burnout machine.
After fully restoring a 1980 Toyota Celica Rally Car it seems there is only one thing left to do—strap in a former Australian Rally Champion and see what the car can do.
It's no secret they take their burnouts pretty seriously down under and the results are usually pretty amazing to watch. Luckily for us this burnout is no exception—it has all the smoke and supercharger whine you could hope for, plus the unexpected but welcome addition of fire.
Who needs to parallel park when you're behind the wheel of an R33 Nissan Skyline? Certainly not this Russian driver, who manages to skip the whole process in one impressive move.
Ken Block's Gymkhana videos are proof of the amazing tributes to hoonage that can be created when you have a full race team, a professional camera crew and plenty of money from your sponsors to throw around. We're pretty sure this Polish hoon fest was created without any of these things, but it came out pretty cool…
Skip through the first :40 seconds of this video's terrible music and opening credits and you are in for some pretty excellent footage of Kenneth Moen drifting his Toyota Supra up a hill climb course in Lillehammer, Norway.
Like most other automotive obsessed human beings, I dream of getting my hands on a Koeniggsegg. What would I do if I ever got my chance with say a Koenigsegg Agera? Besides driving very fast in a very straight line (no corners), my time spent behind the wheel would look pretty similar to the senseless display of…
Watching a vehicle with two wheels to the sky is a pretty fail-safe way to bring a smile to the face of any car lover. While it's usually purpose built vehicles or super powerful drag cars that are capable of lifting the front end, every once in a while you can get great wheelies from an unexpected source like the…