Today we learned who the hosts of the new Top Gear America are, and while the trio may not be what many expected, we certainly wish them well. I’m personally a fan of Wookie, and who doesn’t want more of the blind guy from Contact in their car-shows? Still, we couldn’t help brainstorming some other Top Gear America …
“Are we in the tree of trust? The trust tree?” the text demanded to know. We were. A few weeks later I was driving a Merkur the color of cheap lipstick from Georgia to Virginia. The XR4Ti had gone from Tanner Foust to Rutledge Wood to Me and then to another kid named Matt. And now you can own it. Buy this car.
Pour some out for the American cousin of Top Gear and its affable hosts Rutledge Wood, Tanner Foust and Adam Ferrara. Tuesday night’s episode of Top Gear USA on the History Channel will be the show’s last—at least for now, and on that network.
Rutledge Wood, Tanner Foust and Adam Ferrara are firing up Top Gear USA again starting April 26th. Looks like they’re in store for some pain, suffering and rollovers which in my experience usually makes for good car videos!
Top Gear USA will be back on your TV tubes this Tuesday for the final part of its fourth season. Host and funnyman Adam Ferrara is here now to answer all the questions you could possibly have about the end of season four, what's next, and what he has to say about cars.
The boys from Top Gear USA have a school bus. They have a snowy lot. They also have Tanner Foust, who is decent at driving. Combine all of that together, and you have something seriously entertaining.
Top Gear is back on History on June 3rd. And to celebrate, the guys are going drag racing. And terrifyingly so.
One of the perks of working for one of the leading name-brand automotive websites are the great emails we get in our tips line. Often they're full of great tips from readers, but this particular email was different. Partially because of the hearbreaking earnestness, and partially because it's for Top Gear USA, and not…
Tonight is the season finale of Top Gear USA, and the guys are deciding what the best car to buy in a midlife crisis. Rutledge Wood went for a rat rod. Of course, there are challenges. This one didn't go well.
This week's episode of Top Gear USA has the yankee trio playing with big ol' American trucks, including a Ford F-150 King Ranch edition that Tanner Foust uses to drag a passenger jet around an obstacle course.
The Lucra LC470 is seriously fast, but you've almost definitely never heard of it. The 911 GT3 is also seriously fast, and you've heard of it. Here's what it's like when they race.
The newest generation of electric cars are faster, quieter, and have a longer range than ever before. But can they outmaneuver a mall cop on a Segway?
Tonight's new episode of Top Gear USA has the guys road tripping to the Sturgis bike meet. And in a little pit stop on the way, they race an Ariel Atom against a 200 MPH superbike. Sounds like fun.
Top Gear USA returns tonight, and there's no better way to get stoked than to watch a Viper go through a tunnel at full tilt. USA! USA!
While I was at California Auto Club Speedway for Ford's Fiesta ST WRC presentation (more on that soon) I saw a familiar yet unexpected shape trundle onto the hot tarmac: a VW Type III Fastback. Of course, I was drawn like a VW-loving moth to a VW-shaped flame.
There's a mystery afoot in Buffalo, New York! The Skyway has been shut down and the local government refuses to say why! Strange vehicles have been spotted around the city! Camera crews are everywhere!
This hasn't come up in quite some time. It's actually Ray Wert era Jalopnik, but I was just daydreaming about my trip to LA to see the first episode of what would eventually be the first of two different Top Gear USA series. I assume nothing ever came of the Jalopnik challenge as I'm sure the pilot would have ended…
Another season of Top Gear USA comes to an end tonight with an adventure to the nether regions of Iceland. And lucky for us, Adam Ferrara has stopped by for a chat. Jump in and ask him anything you want about Top Gear USA past, present, and future.
This is the original Ford GT40 Ken Miles drove first across the line at the 1966 24 Hours Of Le Mans. And it’s in front of the lens of Top Gear USA tonight. Oh yes.
Let's be honest: the military-aircraft-chasing-a-car formula is getting a little tired. However, Top Gear USA actually did a great riff on the cliché with some trees and a very sideways, very big Mercedes G-Wagen.