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As I’ve mentioned a couple of times , the two-hour documentary special Driving America is airing at 9:00 PM EDT/PDT tonight (I.e.
I spotted these folks over at Hyperfest at VIR a little while back. There’s a rollcage, an LS-something V8, and at least several body panels from a Mazda Miata.
The Ferrari F12 is mad. It’s supposed to be a gran turismo, yet it can outrun most “track focused” supercars using the insane power of a V12 and a thing called aerobridge.
You’ve heard a lot of ranting about how a three-pedal stick shift could become some kind of expensive, exclusive feature rather than a maligned and dying standard transmission .
Can a big Lincoln drift? Read more...
An Air France Airbus A330 that originated out of Paris had an anonymous threat against it concerning chemical weapons this morning.
This 12-piece Emeril by All-Clad set is actually designed by All-Clad, the most respected name in cookware.
We weren’t very good with planning on Top Gear. The stuff we put loads of work into often turned out badly.
While carmakers use the holy hybrid technology to make supercars even more insanely fast, Audi’s synthetic petrol comes with an octane rating of RON 100.
The ongoing saga of the Nissan IDx is a sad one of dreams meeting reality. But now it might coming to its inevitable end, with a Nissan exec telling our friends over at The Truth About Cars that we might not be seeing a pretty, small, retro, inexpensive, rear-drive coupe anytime soon.
Good Morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place at 9:30 AM every weekday morning.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Today is Memorial Day here in the U.S., so naturally our Nice Price or Crack Pipe candidate is both a representative of a long gone brand and a car that once served its country.
You may not be aware of this, in Japan we have a butter shortage. This isn’t a fictional creation from the Nissan marketing team.
The Indianapolis 500 went somewhat predictably for most of the race. The faster Chevrolets of Team Penske and Chip Ganassi Racing kept the top five spots for most of the day, edging out the Honda cars on speed.
All three Dale Coyne Racing cars were involved in an incident on pit lane, where the rush to get out of pit lane ended badly for two crew members working on Tristan Vautier’s car.
It’s one thing to start the Indianapolis 500 with a crash near the back of the field. It’s another thing to have another crash under yellow further delay green laps of racing.
If you’re wondering where all the fancy new trickle-down technology in commuter cars comes from, the answer is the Mercedes S-Class, namely this top-trim W221 S600 model.
Just kidding! Ferrari’s Kimi Räikkönen asked where the blue flags were as he picked his way through backmarkers in his best Kimi-ese, earning him a nice bleep from the television censors.
Everyone figured the Monaco Grand Prix was decided before the race was even halfway over with Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton making short work of increasing the gap on teammate Nico Rosberg.