In 2011, Zachary Stevens crashed his 2007 Saturn Sky into another car, killing its driver. Now Stevens is suing GM, but the automaker says the key he claims to have been using didn’t even belong to the car, so they want the judge to toss out the case, Automotive News reports.
Five stunters, five trials riders, and thousands of paintballs - what could go wrong?
At some point Red Bull is going to run out of unique, picturesque places to shoot obscenely talented riders. Today is not that day.
Forget the concours d'elegance. These guys don't just drive their priceless classic cars, they absolutely thrash them. Offroad.
Lads! Let's round up the old Bentley, polish her up a bit, and take her mudding on a slippy trial in the middle of the woods! Right ho!
You may have never heard of vintage sporting trials, but it might be up your alley — the most involved form of offroading I can think of, with some of the weirdest cars ever made.
In a moral victory for everyone that's ever seen something and immediately wondered what it'd be like to ride a motorcycle over that something, South African Trials star Brian Capper just got a chance to ride his bike over the 384-foot-tall arch supporting Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium.
No, this picture is not photoshopped. Julien Dupont, the inventor of freestyle trials, is really riding his bike over the Mecca of traffic jams, Mexico City's Viaducto, during rush hour last Friday morning.