There's very little about most top-tier motorsports that resembles the kind of driving ordinary people do every day. Except for the Monte Carlo Rally, and that's what makes it the most realistic (and challenging) rally in the world. »
Good morning oppo, today is the last day of the Monte Carlo Rally. It has been a brutal and eventful 2 days so far.
The first day was dominated by two Ford M-Sport drivers: Robert Kubica and Hyundai test driver Bryan Bouffier. Kubica surprised the whole Paddock during his first outing in the full WRC spec Ford Fiesta… »
The World Rally Championship kicks off this weekend and every team has been out testing on the freezing roads around Monte Carlo. We have our eyes on Jari-Matti Latvala in a factory Ford Fiesta RS, so watch him tear through the scenery in beautiful high-def. »
If you had other ideas when "they" told you to go into medicine, the strikingly new 1981 Monte Carlo was the car for you. Chevrolet built it for people that were so proud of who they were it could only be expressed through drum solos and Monte Carlo ownership. »
You see these bogus "Worst Cities In America" lists all the time, and usually the accompanying photo shows a vacant lot covered with weeds and broken Olde English 800 40-dog bottles, with a gutted '85 Cutlass or '79 Corolla in the foreground and a bullet-riddled abandoned apartment building in the background. This shot… »
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Strange as it seems, we've only seen one Alameda Monte Carlo so far, and that was a first-year-ever 1970. What about the big Malaise Era Montes, the ones that came close to… »
It seems impossible, but we're on the 286th street-parked Alameda vehicle in this series and only now are we seeing a Chevrolet Monte Carlo. How could that be? The first generation of Monte Carlo sold like crazy, yet you rarely see them (in any condition) these days- gone without leaving much trace. While I do have… »