Can you blame anyone for not wanting to race in this?
Sometimes, you really shouldn’t meet your heroes. That’s doubly true when your heroes happen to be cars.
Last week we saw The Bloodmasters’ John Wagner try (and fail) to drift his Nissan 240SX with what looks like a yoke stolen from an arcade. Some practice later, he got it right.
A couple of comedians left this Nissan Leaf on a Los Angeles street during the weekly two-hour period reserved for street sweeping. And then they narrated a 40 minute live stake-out waiting to see how long it’d take to get a parking ticket, which an astounding 13,000 people sat tuned in for.
The internet is full of trolls, idiots and people hocking old cars. Sometimes they all come together and hilarity ensues.
Now more than ever, I’m convinced Father John Misty is a genius. Not just because his own music is great, or because he was in Fleet Foxes, or because he does insane things like cover Ryan Adams’ Taylor Swift covers in the style of the Velvet Underground, but because he just eviscerated the music in every eco-friendly…
Things don’t go great, as it turns out.
A delightfully enthusiastic video narrator caught this Rolls-Royce Wraith being seized from a parking space by an NYPD tow truck. After a brief screeching protest, the Roller abdicated while onlookers giggled.
Sometimes you see a car that’s such a magnificent blast from the past, you swear you’ve stepped right back into the ‘90s. Corvette-style taillights. Those side details. Color-shift paint. A wing added to a pickup. Ladies and gents, behold the most wonderful car-truck-thing for sale on the Internet.
Does the genius of Elon Musk know no bounds??????????????????????????
Did you just have an adventure? Well the first question to ask is “was it hard or dirty or uncertain at times?” If yes, the you might be on to something. Check out this handy chart to further validate your badassity.
Ah, street racing. It’s bad and stupid and can lead to tragic consequences for all involved. But sometimes it leads to hilarious divine justice for the people who try it, like this internet gem from way way back in 2003.
Roads that sap energy from passing cars don’t work in the real world. At the very least, they’re expensive as hell to build and maintain. None of that stopped Volvo from trolling other cars driving on one with an XC90, however.
Enthusiasts of one particular car make are really only certain of three things: their chosen brand is the best, the people who prefer some other brand are drooling sub-morons, and there’s no way in hell they’d ever drive a Saturn. Every brand has its share of the aforementioned drooling morons, but is there any way to…
Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between someone with big balls and someone with a small brain. Watching a Ferrari F12 bust a wheel fording a stream in the Himalayas is one such moment.
Guess what, Twitter? America’s auto safety regulator isn’t having any of your shit today. They get enough of that from the car companies.
The joy of the internet is that something can be right, and something can be wrong, but both are given equal footing. I stand (or rather sit, let’s be honest) to proclaim one Justin Westbrook WRONG. Because taking your super cars across the Himalayas is fucking beautiful. The guys who ruined those cars aren’t…
You know how the BBC’s Top Gear trio used to go on crazy road trips in cars that cost less than dental surgery through some far-flung region of the world? Well eleven supercar owners decided to take their expensive rides on one of the worst highways in the world. Six didn’t make it.
When faced with the dilemma of how to stop people from texting and driving, different countries come up with different solutions. Here in America, we’re trying things like Apple CarPlay, which sort of works. But New Zealand might’ve just come up with the best solution of all.
A fellow was out for a walk during today’s Free Practice 2 session for the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix. Psst, buddy—I think you’re supposed to stay on the other side of that catch fence.