Of all cars, the little electric Smart ForTwo does not seem like it would be the most, uh, sporty. But watch this and you may change your mind.
Global Rallycross driver, professional drifter and former Top Gear USA host Tanner Foust is already living the dream, but he managed to bring an even crazier fantasy to life. What if you had a steering wheel that let you hoon whatever you want? Behold: Gymkhana on bright yellow magic steroids.
Ballistic Fabrication isn’t a standard performance shop: it begs its customers to come by and rip epic burnouts out front so the shop can post the videos on its Facebook page. Unsurprisingly, neighboring businesses are pissed.
I don’t care if “turning hard and mashing the throttle ’til you’ve worn a circle in the ground” is amateur-hour stunt driving. It’s some of the most fun you can have on wheels and there’s no better place to do it than an empty snowy field. Especially in a single-prop airplane on enormous tires.
Preparing for the storm yesterday, I walked out of my apartment to find a new 911 Turbo S parked right out front. Immediately, my mind went racing with all of the bad things I'd do in the snow if it were mine.
Mayor DeBuzzkillio may be threatening to arrest anyone out on the NYC roads after 11 pm, but that just means there's more room to hoon for the snowplow drivers.
Here's what you have: A shifter kart. A bunch of GoPros. A pro driver. An empty race track. An old set of tires. What do you do? You drift like mad.
Tax the Rich makes some of our favorite supercar hoonage videos on the YouTubes. They just released a trailer for their work, most of which we've seen before. But then there's this Jag burnout. Holy crap.
Sometimes you're out, having fun, doing what you do, hooning a car around a gravel road right next to a lake. And then sometimes you hoon that car straight into the lake, even though that's not what you're supposed to do, but because hey things happen.
You might not think that doing things outside when it's more than 20 degrees below zero (Farenheit) is a good idea. But chances are you aren't Norwegian.
Ever been tempted to get your buddies together, split the cost of buying an insanely cheap car, beat said car to death in a parking lot, and then put the whole ordeal on YouTube? Of course you have. Hell, some of you jokers have probably even done it.
I have a tremendous amount of respect for the nation of Australia, because I think they do hoonage better than any other country on Earth.
How do you make a smoky burnout display even better? In this case it appears the answer is even more smoke provided by the OM603 straight six diesel underneath the hood of this ratty Mercedes 190D burnout machine.
I was about to go on the most reckless drive of my life — cutting lanes, driving on the wrong side of the road, flying past pedestrians at over 100 miles an hour. There would be police cheering me on. Something is happening in New Jersey.
We've already established that the single most important driving accessory in Chechnya is the AK-47. Watch this band of hoodlums fire guns in the air while doing donuts in the middle of an afternoon in Grozny from the window of their BWM M5. Chechens are insane.
It's called hagwalah and nine times out of ten you've seen it in grainy cell phone video shot from the side of a Saudi highway, but now it's the high-def backdrop of M.I.A.'s surprisingly car-centric video, shot in the Middle East.
Tossing a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Car around a crowded Nürburgring under the best conditions is a challenge. Doing so in the rain for the first time is just insane.
What's the point of having a Ferrari Enzo if you can't enjoy driving it? None. This is why we credit the owner of this particular Enzo for slowly breaking apart the carbon bonds on a set of expensive car tires merely for the amusement of all.
I could spend hours dreaming of owning various kei-cars, weirdo Japanese wagons, and vans like the Toyota Hiace. Yet, for every American fantasizing about tiny JDM cars, there's apparently a kid in Japan yearning for some giant Detroit metal. Here's what happens when they get their wish.