Circuit of the Americas has a population of feral cats, as many large places tend to attract. Alanis and I went looking for COTA’s cats once and found none. But now Renault—beautiful Renault—put the cats on their Formula One car. We’ve found the cats! The cats are here! Rejoice! Cats!
A 22-year-old Sheriff’s cadet named Christopher Combs has a father who’s a Palm Beach, Florida, Sheriff’s lieutenant. What he doesn’t seem to have is any sense whatsoever, since he used his dad’s unmarked Sheriff’s car to pull over his ex and screw with her and her new boyfriend.
It’s Friday! Here you are, escaping your office prison to find your Audi TT Roadster waiting to go, albeit parked on a wet cliffside for some reason. We’ve all been there.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
The Remington MB4900 has everything you need to to groom your beard or maintain your sexy stubble, and you can take advantage of two nice discounts right now. First and foremost, its $50 list price is the best Amazon’s ever listed. Then, a $10 clippable coupon sweetens the deal even further.
The introduction this week of the Polestar 1 coupe has no doubt gotten many champing at the bit to own a sporty Volvo two-door. Don’t worry though, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has got you, fam. This C70 looks a lot like the 1, but is it priced to be the one?
Los Angeles is America’s car capital for a reason. Look around at almost any stoplight and you’re liable to see all kinds of amazing iron. If you’re really lucky, somebody’s shop doors will be open and you’ll catch a scene like this.
“Great car TV?!” you might be (rudely) exclaiming. “With no Top Gear or The Grand Tour?” you may ask, still being kind of hurtful. But yes, following our own Jalopnik show, Car vs. America, premiering on Fusion last night (which you can watch online here), our /DRIVE friends also return to TV tonight!
Congratulations! You and your merry band of miscreants have made the great pilgrimage to Austin for one of the greatest race weekends on the planet: the Formula One United States Grand Prix. But what’s the best way to enjoy it, and what do you do after the track goes cold? We’re here to help.
The California Public Utilities Commission has suspended Chariot, Ford’s commuter van service, from operating in the state, after the company failed three successive vehicle inspections, the commission said on Thursday.
Consumer Reports’ 2017 Car Reliability Survey results are in, and quite a lot has changed since last year. Here’s a look at the new ratings.
Some dogs are very good dogs, and those very good dogs might want to dash off the hiking trail or you know, chase squirrels in a city park not during off-leash hours. Rad Dog’s Release N Run Leash is a great treat for those good dogs and their owners.
A European agency has advised that airplane manufacturers on the continent stop using products produced by Kobe Steel until those products can be certified as safe, according to Reuters. Kobe Steel has been entangled in a growing scandal over the quality of its metals after it acknowledged that it was shipping some…
Volkswagen has plans to run a car up Pikes Peak, but can it be trusted?
Lyft announced today that Alphabet’s investment arm CapitalG—formerly known as Google Capital—led a $1 billion investment round in the ride-sharing company.
I’ve always rather liked the Audi A7 Sportback, but was never a fan of the shape of the tail lights. They reminded me of goofy, droopy eyes. The all-new A7 Sportback fixes that—the resulting rear end doesn’t look bad!
I hate car keys that don’t actually have a physical home inside their vehicle, but that’s more a fault of my own idiocy than engineering. The key to the Aston Martin DB11 V12, however, is so dang large that I thought somebody at the company was playing a joke on me.
I think the reaction most people had when they found out I was driving a 2018 Maserati GranTurismo MC for the weekend was: “Holy hell, they still make that thing?” Yes, in fact, they do and the world is a more glorious place because of it.
Formula One is back in Austin, Texas, and so are a lot of you. It’s truly the most wonderful time of the year here: the oppressive heat is gone and F1 fans from around the world return like the swallows of Car-pistrano. So, we’re meeting up yet again to enjoy drinks and snacks this Friday, and you should come!