With Prickstine, the Bavarian Ranchero, and so many other twistedly great cars at the Goin' For Broken LeMons, it takes something special to stand out from the crowd... which is exactly what the Cannonball Bandits are doing right now.
When Tiger Woods crashed his Caddy it was revealed GM had been providing the athlete with free cars because of the high prestige involved with having him associated with your company. Not anymore. [USA Today]
Making its way around the Jalopnik HQ today is the link to Break.com's game Tiger Woods Wife Outrun where you help Tiger escape a very angry-looking Ellin by guiding his Escalade through the obstacles. What's your top score?
The second Cadillac Escalade (there's two) loaned to Tiger Woods from GM's marketing fleet was spotted driving up to a Miami hospital by an unidentified younger woman with blond hair behind a second blond woman driven in an ambulance. [NYT]
Tired of the Tiger Woods car crash story? Too bad. We're going to beat it into your head like Elin... right. Anyway, Tiger's GM-owned Cadillac Escalade will be repaired and either returned to duty or auctioned off.
The media frenzy over the Tiger Woods car crash and subsequent personal revelations hasn't ended. This weekend's Saturday Night Live skit added fuel to the fire. It's fodder for bad comedy, so we collected the worst car-related groaners out there.
The Florida Highway Patrol's released detailed photos of Tiger Woods' crashed Cadillac Escalade and despite that story of his heroic wife, two rear windows are suspiciously smashed in. Also, he admitted to...something. That's not going to help things.
Just when we thought the Tiger Woods crash story had finally died down, the Chinese press goes ahead and makes it a thousand times more awesome. This clip shows a computer-generated reenactment of the accident, complete with golf club-swinging wife.
TMZ's now got crash scene photos of Tiger Woods' Cadillac Escalade that seem to contraindicate the initial claim of "backing out" of the driveway and accidentally hitting a tree and fire hydrant. Take a look for yourself below.