Mini-God Marc Marquez somehow has better things to do than sit down with me for an entire hour now, because apparently trying to win MotoGP races is a big deal to him and one or two of his sponsors. Send me your questions now so I can get through as many as I can when I sit down with him shortly.
Wannabe electric automaker Faraday Future had amassed an impressive amount of hype going into CES, only to drop the ball and disappoint everybody looking for something real. Then the interviews started, and things got even messier.
Earlier this year, I saw what I consider to be the greatest automotive documentary to date, entitled Winning: The Racing Life Of Paul Newman. I sat down with the movie’s director, Adam Carolla, about why Newman was an important figure, and why everyone should take a page out of Paul’s book of life.
There's nothing better to do on Christmas eve than to curl up by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate and listen to perhaps the best interview of one of the most charismatic guys in the automotive world. Here's Chris Harris on the Joe Rogan Experience. Happy Holidays!
Taylor Swift's new video Blank Space has received a metric ton of praise, from its amazing cinematography to its pretty darn catchy tune. The video also featured a beautiful Shelby Cobra that for one reason or another, gets assaulted with a golf club. I sat down with Will Hough, the car's owner, and asked him…
You think you were excited about what Lamborghini was unveiling at Geneva? We talked to two of the three gentlemen who bought a Lamborghini Veneno for more than $4 million before they ever set eyes on the real thing. That's love... and a lot of faith in Lamborghini's designers.
This is the full interview with Ken Block relating to the Gymkhana lawsuit. Questions were emailed to Block who responded through an intermediary.
When people aren't hating on Jay Leno for the late night wars, they're gawking at his awesome garage full of sweet rides.
Remember that funny looking guy from Idiocracy? No, not the guy with the jaw, the guy with the big nose. That's Dax Shepard. Well, it turns out he's a serious car nut and just made the first-ever car movie that your girlfriend's going to want to watch. The other night, we fired up his 650 wheel horsepower Continental…
It's St. Valentine's Day, which means couples eating heart-shaped pizzas at home and lonely people hooking up like sweaty electromagnets. For the former there's Tums, for the latter at The University of Michigan there's Senior Kellyann Wargo, who just launched a Walk of Shame Shuttle to ferry the lovesick and hungover…
Pikes Peak is one of the most treacherous venues in all of racing — maybe in all of sports — hell, maybe in all of anything. Each year, dozens of hardened teams of racers attempt the seemingly impossible task of assaulting this 14,115-foot mountain and being crowned the fastest man to the top.
What happens when you battle giant robots that blow up half the world? For Tyrese Gibson's Transformers character, Epps, it gave him PTSD. We learned how Gibson coped, and why he keeps getting cast in movies about cars.
Admit it: The Yugo is strangely fascinating. Jason Vuic's book Yugo: The Rise and Fall of the Worst Car in History is equally fascinating. Wired.com recently spoke with Vuic about the car's legacy. —Ed.
OK, not really. But in this Newsweek interview with Smart USA President David C. Schembri, he smartly responds to the timeworn, "isn't bigger safer?" with, "The logical conclusion to that question is that we should all be driving locomotives or 18-wheelers." And good for him. Anyhow, it's a playful interview…
Jalopnik: Hi. What the hell are you so happy about?
Snorg Girl: Hello! Well, in general I am happy for many reasons. Mostly because I feel it is a waste of time to be sad or angry. But, in the Snorg ads I am happy because Bryan is dancing and that is a spectacular sight to see. (Note: Bryan is one of Snorg's owners.)
Sweet mother of Adlai Stevenson; the average Buick buyer is 65 years old. We knew the GM brand had an older crowd, but holy smokes; we didn't expect golden years — and that's after a drop of 10 to 15 years on average since it introduced SUVs. Not that there's anything wrong with that, of course (65 is the new 50), but…