The author of The Art of Racing in the Rain didn’t show up to our meeting in a boring car. He couldn’t. After Garth Stein arrived, we shook hands and he motioned to the beautiful coupe behind him poking its nose out into the morning Washington sun. “It’s a 1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000, finished in Faggio,” he said. Not…
Some say that he’s gotten sideways in some of the fastest and craziest cars in the world, and that he has a new book out on how you can be a driving badass too. All we know is he’s Ben Collins, pro racing driver and Top Gear’s former Stig, and he’s hanging around Jalopnik for a bit to answer your questions.
Hey, you kids like the Nissan GT-R? Of course you do. Be sure to be on Jalopnik at 10:30 a.m. EST today, because Nissan’s chief product guy for the GT-R Hiroshi Tamura will be around to answer your questions. Ask him whatever you want then about the 2017 GT-R, Skylines, his own 600 HP R32, and anything else that might…
If there’s one guy who’s got all the stories from the last three decades of Formula One, it’s Martin Brundle. He also made Ayrton Senna work very hard for his F3 championship and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Jaguar.
You kids like talking to race car drivers? We have TWO drivers on Jalopnik today doing Q&As! IndyCar champion Will Power will be around at 11 a.m. EST, and racing legend and F1 commentator Martin Brundle on at 12 p.m.! Join us and ask them anything!
Here’s a very special treat from the Geneva Motor Show: while all the other outlets are ogling the latest luxury crossover, the race car drivers have decided to hang out with us. Specifically, the guys who drive the new Ford GT race car. They have an awesome job, and they’re gonna tell us all about it.
2015 Formula Drift champion Fredric Aasbo will be here next week! You can ask him anything you want, though I’ll be most curious to know what it’s like to drive his gazillion-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder, rear-drive Scion tC.
Mazda’s been on something of a roll lately. They have some of the most consistently fun to drive cars in the entire industry, from the new 2016 Miata all the way up to their crossovers and sedans. You have Dave Coleman to thank for that, and now he’s here to answer all your questions for the next hour.
After we showed you how to waste an afternoon screwing around with a project car, more than a couple commenters asked “why I use Auto Parts Store X” as opposed to some other one. Does it really make a difference? Tell us if you have a favorite auto parts store, and why!
In a follow-up to the recent question “What do you ride and why?” we figured we’d open up the floor to those of you that haven’t made the leap. If you’re anything like I was, there are a few bikes that speak to you, make you stop in your tracks, and think, “Now that’s what I want.” Tell us what they are.
So you found Lanesplitter, the new motorcycle blog on Jalopnik. Welcome! We’re happy to have you here. Have a seat, pour yourself a cup of coffee, and tell us about what kind of motorcycle you ride. And hey, why’d you go for that one?
Bob Hegbloom, Director of Ram Truck Brand and Mike Cairns, Director of Ram Truck Engineering answered questions in an open Google+ Hangout on June 12, 2014. Here's the interview recording, and their most important answers.
Robby Gordon is a living legend with one of the most diverse trophy cases in racing. On January 24th, 2014 he came through for a live Q&A with Jalopnik readers. Your questions and his answers are in the comments below.
I took over as Editor-in-Chief a year ago. In that time we've introduced new staff, broke traffic records, and brought you scoops and stories you can't read anywhere else. We also redid the entire site. I plan to be here for another year, so ask me your questions, give me your ideas, and tell me what I'm doing right…
Some say he's James Bond's personal stunt driver... all we know is he'll be answering your questions live tomorrow at 2:00 PM EST.
Did you get a bunch of new gear today? Got some questions about how to use it?
My Corrado isn't fast, but it's mine. If I drive it right, If I cross the yellows to straighten the road out and keep my speed up, it feels quicker than it really is. I need to be mindful of oncoming traffic but when I turn he music up and let it rip I manage to beat the faster cars.
Earlier this summer Hearst announced it was basically firing everyone at Road & Track, moving the magazine to Ann Arbor, and putting former Popular Mechanics editor Larry Webster in charge. His mission? Completely overhaul the magazine.