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One of the greatest “extreme” challenges BBC Top Gear ever did was the Polar Special, aired in July in 2007.
So, after the daytime soap opera that was the so-called fracas, or #steakgate, BBC Top Gear isn’t going to be the way it was, with Jeremy Clarkson having to find fresher pastures on which to perform donuts.
Gesundheit. Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything.
A couple of weeks ago I was in Phoenix to drive around on BF Goodrich tires, and be driven around on BF Goodrich tires.
What happens when you have an automaker that learns about going fast by winning races on one of the world’s greatest stages?
Welcome to the Hooniverse News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull.
April Fools Day is just around the corner, an opportunity to prank and be pranked. There’s no fooling that today is Friday and that means it’s time for our weekly Mystery Car contest.
Unless you don’t have a pulse, you are probably enamored with Jeff’s HoonTruck, a sweet Ford F100 with a 390 V8.
Remember the special Henrik Fisker-designed Thunderbolt we recently showed you? Apparently it’s not as special or different as Aston Martin perhaps expected it to be, and the British automaker has filed suit related to design-based intellectual property of the Vanquish-based machine.
It’s that time again when right-minded folk will change their browser to another channel and go read something else for the next couple of hours.
Firstly, let it be known, Trar: A portmanteau of truck and car; A car on a truck chassis. Before Eagle and the original Wagoneer, innovative ruralites were putting cars on truck chassis for reasons known only to themselves.
Welcome to Thursday Trivia where we offer up a historical automotive trivia question and you try and solve it before seeing the answer after the jump.
Thanks for reading this weekly edition of Hooniverse’s guide to racing for the upcoming weekend. The coming days bring the opening of two big series, one highly anticipated with series changes and the other highly anticipated to see if a young phenom can match his performance last year.
Recently there have been rumors floating around that Apple Inc. was thinking about buying Tesla.
I have decided to to come out with my own line of racer car driver underwear. It will be easy breathing, flame retardant, and most importantly, all kinds of brown.
[Friend of Hooniverse Thomas Hellmanzik is offering up a European perspective on the introduction of America’s beloved Mustang on his roads.] The “One Ford” strategy has so far been a one-way road: the European-engineered cars such as the Fiesta and Focus were sent to compete on the American market,
I’ve showed you Brazilian utes that you won’t buy and a Volkswagen pickup truck that…you won’t buy either.
This is the first time I’ve ever embarked upon a car review while I’ve been in an absolutely foul mood.
In this episode Blake and I are initially joined by producer Chrisy Hayes before taking a brief break and returning with Friends of Hooniverse Cory Burns and Zack Klapman.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer. The siren song of the turbocharged (or occasionally, supercharged) V8 was strong last week.