Motorcyclists are an interesting bunch, and we often focus on the things that divide us rather than bring us together. Sometimes that causes a lot of problem, but other times it’s just plain funny. This guy’s description of the different groups had me in tears.
It’s still winter in lots of the country and I’m sure many of you look outside before deciding on whether to grab your car keys or bike keys. Ryuichi Kiyonari wants you to know, however, that a little wet riding is just fine.
I know this isn’t going to a popular opinion, but I think the new Ducati 959 Panigale is my favorite sportbike on the market. If I were buying a sportbike today for daily use/canyon carving/trackday riding, I’d buy it over anything else on the market today. Full stop and cue the haters. Here’s why.
I love reading the particularly disgruntled letters that come in to the Porsche Club of America’s Panorama magazine. One such fellow complained that he was done with PCA, as he felt as if Porsche was moving away from its storied racing heritage with models like the Cayenne. You sure about that, bud?
Fellow expatriate in the Land of the Rising Sun and OppositeLock devotee Flavien Vidal is back. He's sharing his happy fun times at a track devoted to racing Japan's littlest cars that could. Welcome to your look inside kei car racing: they may be small, but they sure can be fun.
The organizers behind the U.S. Grand Prix revealed the first diagram today of a new 3.4-mile track in Central Texas that sports 30 turns, 133 feet of elevation change, a 0.75-mile long straight, and looks, appropriately, like a giant bong.
According to England's EVO Magazine, there's a lighter, track-ready version of the Toyota FT-86 planned that will drop the price from around $27,000 to $22,000 while adding stiffer suspension and stronger brakes. We'll take two.
Being a discerning car enthusiast, you've seen this infamous Ken Block Gymkhana clip a million times. Today we bring you the crashes, outtakes and foibles that went into it's production. Enjoy the infectiously addictive soundtrack!
What could quite possibly be the coolest driveway ever was found outside of Lakeland, Florida. Our friends at The Car Lounge used Google Earth to get a closer view of this killer not-so-mini racetrack driveway.
Heilige scheiße! Straight cut gears in the sequential transmission and ludicrous engine power combine to form an unholy union in this E36 that embarasses every other car during this run of the Dutch Supercar Challenge. Our hero passes race spec 911's and Marcos Mantis's like they're standing still. I think I lasted…
We caution readers with weaker constitutions to avoid viewing this video. If you do not already have a burning desire to own one of these masterpieces of lightness, turn away, lest you fall for its devilish ways. Cursed be you oh series of tubes, for not bringing this video to our attention sooner! Almost a year,…