An eight-car pileup late in the Sprint Cup Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 required a quick cleanup for the race to finish under green. One unlucky official picking up a piece of debris at Atlanta Motor Speedway today got caught tripping over his own feet on the live broadcast. Oops.
One German man badly wanted to play the canyon-carving racing game WipeOut in real life. So he reverse-engineered it with a gigantic, multi-level cardboard track he can race on with a video-equipped R/C car controlled by a real racing cabinet.
Our real-life cars are great, but we can't usually use them to catch funky crooks or evil spies, and we can't race them in Formula One — or in 2560 or 1967. Luckily, there's video games! Here's our twenty favorites.