The number 16 Prototype Challenge car of BAR1 Motorsports just ran a dude over on live TV. BAR1's car was trying to leave the pits side-by-side with the Krohn Racing P2 car and unfortunately, there was a crew member in the way working on the Fifty Plus Racing car. »
I was having a wonderful time shooting pictures of the Rolex 24 at Daytona, perched on the side of the berm beside the International Horseshoe for the fireworks show. That is, until I hit my eyeball with my camera. Contact popped out. Lots of pain. Oh, cool, I only have the use of one eye. »
Sixty miles doesn't seem that far on a bike. Some of us commute that every day. But we don't do it through the jungles of Brazil and we don't do it with a damn chef's knife stabbed through our skull.
RJ Anderson is considered the best Polaris RZR pilot in the world, but he couldn't quite stick the landing on this insane 40' step-down jump. The maniac went back for seconds and got worked even harder, and believe it or not he's vowed to return. »
We've seen plenty of front, side, and even rollover simulations performed on vehicles to suss out how they'd fare in a crash. But I can't remember ever seeing something get its ass kicked as hard as this Volvo dump truck that gets shoved off a pedestal and down a cliff. »
So, this is why it's illegal to make a left turn off of Lamar into Whole Foods downtown. Oncoming traffic (like me) comes out of an underpass, doesn't have the greatest visibility as they cross 5th Street and doesn't like that very much. »
This dude observing Rally Estonia 2013 got hit in the nards with something as one of the rally cars took a turn. Whether it was gravel or something else that made him fall to the ground, it evidently hurt. Poor guy. »
Our intrepid road test editor Wes Siler was really looking forward to this week out in California. He'd lined up a Lotus long-lead drive and was planning on spending a few hours on the track taking some sharp corners and fast straights. Then he decided it made sense to spend a few hours in the Cali backwoods behind… »