The Super Bowl! It’s the big football game when all the brands try and make you feel deep feelings in hopes you’ll buy their dumb shit. I don’t want to speak for the man, but I’m guessing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. wouldn’t have been a great fan, seeing as how he once said “the evils of capitalism are as real as…
New year, new Formula One, it looks like. According to reports, the series’ new owner, American company Liberty Media, has plans to overhaul competition in hopes of boosting sponsorship and the U.S. fanbase. In those plans, an executive uttered the words “Super Bowl.” Oh, no. Not that “ball sport” rhetoric again.
Remember that Super Bowl commercial that aired in 1990 with the silver Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo that was directed by Ridley Scott? Whatever happened to that car?
Lady Gaga’s rendition of the National Anthem sung last Sunday at the start of Super Bowl 50 has been widely reviewed as one of the best ever. During the crescendo, the Blue Angels added a little backup noise as they screamed over Levi Stadium in their iconic diamond formation. Now we can see what this emotional moment…
I’m told today there’s a big race (?) of some sort today, but it doesn’t involve anyone driving anything, somehow. I’m also told a non-spherical “ball” is involved, which makes no sense either. I checked it out, and it seems to be true, this “Superb Bowl.” Let’s try to jam some cars into this mess.
This year is a big one for the Super Bowl. It marks the 50th playing of the game (meaning it’s just a few years older than Broncos starting quarterback Peyton Manning, who breaks a record this year for being old.) A lot of history went down the year of the first Super Bowl, especially in the car industry.
An epic Super Friends team of federal, state and municipal law enforcement outfits has converged on the San Francisco Bay Area to watch you watch the Super Bowl. Here’s a big breakdown of everything Department Of Homeland Security and scores of other agencies are doing to keep tabs on the area.
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Boy, it's a good thing we had a fight to liven things up after such an uninteresting game, eh?
How will Mercedes let the world know about their tire-destroying, twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG GT at the Super Bowl? With bad CGI, woodland creatures and one of the most groan-inducing jokes I've heard in a long time at the end.
If you don't care about the commercials, are meh about the idea of professional football and think the halftime show has jumped the shark, the Super Bowl is really just an excuse to eat nachos. But wait! You have a reason to pay attention to the TV this year: Nissan may debut its Le Mans entry during the big game.
The Northeast may have had its fun mocking the South's recent descent into chaos in the face of snow, but now it's our turn to fall apart. This newest storm has shut down I-84—one of the region's biggest highways—and crippled countless other roads. The culprit? We're running out of salt.
Last night's helicopter flyover before the Super Bowl was pretty amazing to see. But it was even more amazing to be a part of, as this video shows first hand. Holy hell that's a lot of people.
When a team wins the Super Bowl, the whole team walks away with the Vince Lombardi trophy. But only one person can be the Super Bowl MVP, and that title goes to Seattle Seahawks Defensive End Malcolm Smith. And, as part of his winnings, he'll be driving away in a blaze of glory with a Chevy Silverado High Country.