A Formula One race in Miami is one step closer to happening, even if the proposed circuit layout looks like a ton of bobby pins smashed together. Now the Miami City Commission approved plans for an F1 deal that would start in 2019 and last until 2028, meaning the city manager now has to formalize the agreement.
Bobby pins, if you ask anyone who likes to pin hair out of their face and eyes, are a good way to keep things under control. But bobby pins are also really easy to lose. Luckily, I think I’ve found all of the bobby pins I’ve lost in my lifetime. They were used to layout the proposed circuit for the Miami Formula One…
Reports came out earlier this week that Formula One could add another race date on the continent its former leader called a big shit hole, North America, as soon as next year, and the City of Miami confirmed Tuesday that those reports weren’t overly eager. A multi-year deal could start in the city as soon as 2019.
Last night in Coral Gables, Florida, on the campus of the University of Miami, a Nissan 350Z ended up in a canal, after its driver tried to, “to cut another driver off to enter a parking space,” according to The Miami Hurricane, the university’s student newspaper. Reader, be careful out there.
If you want to stream the Race of Champions in 360-degree video, here’s a great feed on 360 Racing’s YouTube channel. It seems like it could be quite a cool broadcast on devices that, you know, support 360-degree videos, and it’s also a free stream for people in America. Enjoy, if your device lets you!
Nestled deep in the heart of Miami’s gentrifying Wynwood Arts District, in between the impressive graffiti murals and the roving packs of homeless, sits an incredible enclave of automotive excellence.
A wreck in South Beach Miami apparently involving an Uber driver and the Pagani Huayra owned by Kris Singh left the latter down a wheel, marking the first time a $1.4 million (that’s a low estimate) Huayra bit the dust in America. Pour one out for this special machine.
What good is the internet if we don't use it to drool over things we can never have? Today's Weekend Wallpaper is the Lamborghini Aventador, which can be yours for a mere $397, 500. Made of carbon fiber with aluminum front and rear frames, this model is about 100 pounds lighter than its predecessor and is reported to…
Once again proving that Florida is a terrible place to own a car, a local news crew busted a local parking lot owner who took a customer's Corvette and treated it like his own plaything for a couple of days. They even used a helicopter to track the guy because no real news happens in Orlando, apparently.
For six years, about 300 hybrid vehicles slated for Miami-Dade municipal service sat unused in a Miami parking garage. The $4 million fleet of low-emission cars, trucks and vans produced absolutely no emissions as they sat unused, although more than 125 cars have entered service since South Florida's el Nuevo Herald…
We just received this photo of a Jeep Grand Cherokee, apparently driven by a valet, that managed to vault itself over a Mini and into a Maserati GranTurismo and a vintage Porsche 356 just minutes ago. No one was hurt, but there could be damage to $400,000 worth of cars depending on the specifics of the Porsche.
A police officer in Miami somehow avoided injury this morning after a momentary distraction led him to drive up a utility pole, trapping him in his patrol car. Oh to be the firefighter responding to that scene.
Paul Bennett's job as a mechanic at Miami International Airport clearly isn't enough to satisfy his tinkering instinct. Using a 1983 Nissan Maxima as a basis (canvas? unwitting volunteer?) he's created this rolling tribute to wrenching and insanity.
A war is brewing in South Florida, but don't look to the police to protect you. They're the ones who are fighting. Members of the Miami-Dade Police Department aren't taking kindly to having one of their own arrested at gunpoint by a State Trooper and now the threats and insults are flying.
Miami-Dade police officer Fausto López was arrested and charged with reckless driving after leading Florida Highway Patrol on a seven-minute chase at up to two miles a minute while commuting to an off-duty job... in his police car.