Never Forget That F1 Races in Oppressive Countries and People Pay the Price for It

Formula One’s leaders finally admitted they’re “concerned” that a woman protesting the Bahrain Grand Prix on Facebook got thrown in jail for three years, the Guardian reports. It’s an acknowledgment from the series’ new owners that people do suffer outside of race-track walls, no matter how much past owners tried to…

All Three Southwest Credit Cards Are Running 60,000 Point Welcome Offers, For a Limited Time

If you fly Southwest airlines with any regularity, Southwest’s credit cards are worth checking out for the welcome offers alone, and that’s especially true right now. For a limited time, all three personal cards will dump 40,000 Rapid Rewards points in your account after you spend $1,000 in the first three months,…

The Tragedy of Goodyear’s Allegedly Defective G159 Tire Keeps Getting Worse

In July 1999, Jim Wright and his wife Joyce were traveling along a New Mexico roadway in their 1995 Fleetwood American Eagle RV when, suddenly, the vehicle’s left-front tire failed. The tire was a Goodyear G159, a tire now linked to numerous fatal crashes but has never been recalled and has never faced a serious…

Here's the Majestic 1970 BMW 2500 We Drove From Seattle to New York

“She’s not much to look at,” I would often remark about the 1970 BMW 2500 that Raphael Orlove and I just drove from one coast to another, “but she’s tough as nails.” If you ask me, the best old cars aren’t the perfect garage queens. They’re the ones that can get the job of driving done and are fun too boot.

Why Even American Drivers Are Showing Up To Race A 67 HP Citroën In Belgium

Spa-Francorchamps has many well-known corners. Eau Rouge you likely know. But the one that prompts a reflexive wriggle against the harness straps on approach is Pouhon, a downhill, fourth-gear left-hander round the back of the circuit. It’s probably just a lift but I’ll confess to a confidence dab before committing.…

Ralph Breaks the Internet's Exploration of Online Culture Isn't Flawless, But It's a Lot of Fun

Ralph Breaks the Internet is an insanely ambitious movie. It is jam-packed with fascinating ideas and important themes to go along with all the humor, heart, and excitement one would expect from a Disney Animation film. For the most part, that ambition adds to the film, providing it with memorable scenes, emotional…

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