Have you guys been paying attention to the State Department’s Spring Break tips? Because you really, really should be. They are just awful.
There’s something so viscerally satisfying about this, and there’s important lesson as well. Look, if you’re going to lie on Twitter about having an absurdly exclusive supercar to drive around, best to not tag the only people in the world who know you’re lying. Like this guy did, with a black Koenigsegg One:1.
The Twitterverse is full of Formula 1 stars, drivers, engineers, and spectators that can enhance your experience of a grand prix race or season. Want to watch the PR machines and sarcastic onlookers go into a spat when Maldonado crashes yet again? This is who to follow.
It’s happened to all of us. Your plane is delayed. You’re going to miss your connection. They lost your bag. You’re sitting on the tarmac, but they can’t let you into the airport because your gate is occupied. There are unforeseen mechanical troubles. The flight is cancelled because the pilot is revealed to be a…
Fiat Chrysler’s Twitter account has been compromised for at least two hours now. Or maybe they just really care about your summer body! Either way, now’s the perfect time to try Garcinia-Ultra.
The Kurt Busch-Patricia Driscoll domestic violence allegations ended on a messy note. There wasn’t enough evidence to press criminal charges against ex-boyfriend Busch, but there was enough to assign Driscoll a protective order. Now, garbage people are using Busch’s latest NASCAR win as a reason to taunt Driscoll.
After it was announced that the BBC would not be renewing Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson’s contract, co-host James May announced that his next step would require “a lot of careful thought.” That’s so far pretty much all he’s said. But a lot of people have been suckered in by this imposter Twitter account.
So, McLaren reserve driver Kevin Magnussen won't be driving the actual McLaren Formula One car this year. He just followed a bunch of IndyCar drivers on Twitter. Is there anything you'd like to tell us, K-Mag?
Today was a seemingly normal day in the automotive world. That was true, until Cadillac made a groundbreaking announcement.
Ultra-dominant two-time MotoGP World Champion Marc Márquez. is doing what many other successful athletes do: moving to a tax haven. In this case, Márquez is moving to Andorra. Some Spanish fans don't like this. Let's take a look at how terrible people handle this kind of news, shall we?
Despite all the stories about how millennials are broke and don't care about car ownership, automakers make some desperate attempts to connect with this demographic. So of course the #brands go were the kids are, on social media and they fail miserably at it.
New York City takes a big step to save lives on the streets, but not everyone wants to slow down. And Twitter's proposing a way to keep its employees separated from the regular people of San Francisco, at least while they're at work. It's What's Ruining Our Cities!
Maybe it's time for will.i.am to break up with United Airlines. But it's not United, it's you, Mister i.am, and they're just not that into you. The rapper's latest Twitter tirade occurred when he arrived at the airport only 45 minutes before his flight to China, and United had given away his seat.
As if being an U.S. Astronaut aboard the International Space Station isn't already cool enough, Reid Wiseman is having all of the fun up there while shooting epic videos and photographs.
The Coke Zero 400 that was supposed to run this past Saturday night was postponed to Sunday morning due to rain, and the broadcast interrupted a Lord Of The Rings marathon on TNT. Irate LOTR fans took to Twitter to voice their disappointment and hilarity ensued.
Canadian airline WestJet created this funny video to share with their employees at a semi-annual profit sharing celebration last month. They even read some tweets from angry customers, but who apologizes better than a Canadian, right?