An Imaginary Car From An Imaginary Country: 1962 Marthoz Saiga

For today’s imaginary car from an imaginary country, I’d like to take you to the vast plains of Tarquania, a thriving and proud nation sandwiched between Mongolia and Kazakhstan. Back in the 1960s, Tarquania was undergoing a great economic boom, and there was a lot of demand for cars—unfortunately, most imported cars…

NASCAR Drivers Don’t Know What To Think About This Road Course-Oval Track Layout

NASCAR, as a sport, is fond of oval tracks that just so happen to be 1.5 miles in length. Those tracks just so happen to be some of the least interesting of them all, so one decided to change it up by running a mix of the oval and its interior road course in 2018. After testing the track, drivers aren’t sure how to…

The Smallest Hotel In The World Is An Old Volkswagen Beetle In The Jordanian Desert

I’ve slept in my old Beetle before. It wasn’t great, but it worked, in the sense that I ended up unconscious for at least a little while. You’d think that, rationally, the idea of paying someone to let me sleep in another old Beetle wouldn’t be remotely appealing, right? That’d be crazy. Except now that I know about …

Japan's Version Of The Mille Miglia Does Not Disappoint

Every year since 1997, more than 100 cars have left Tokyo on a 680-mile rally paying homage to the famed Italian Mille Miglia road race. Dubbed the “La Festa Mille Miglia,” this rally celebrated its 20th anniversary this year and is considered a “sister event” of the official Mille Miglia. It’s the vintage car heaven…

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