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Mr Whiskers doesn’t seem to mind the bugs in the teeth that riding a highway hog ultimately demands. In fact, I’ll bet he thinks they’re delicious.
We all love an underdog here at Hooniverse, so I thought I’d highlight a few of the less obvious racing machines that entered the excellent Crystal Palace Hillclimb this memorial weekend.
Chasing Classic Cars is one of the more popular shows on Discovery’s Velocity channel. Wayne Carini is the host and his now famous F40 Motorsports restoration shop is located Portland, CT.
Man, what a great weekend. Aside from the injuries in Pirelli World Challenge, this weekend couldn’t have been better for racing.
Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a (maybe) famous race or test track from just one closely-cropped aerial image.
After first catching up on what’s going on with the bikes in our garages, we explore the oddities of the motorcycling world: rotary, six-cylinder and turbo engined bikes, super huge and tiny bikes, and otherwise normal bikes with odd features.
There was a changing of the guard Sunday night. It involved what is arguably the most infamous auto-oriented TV show on the planet.
Over the years the Indy 500 has seen its share of innovative racers as well as the weird attempts to bend the rules.
Of all the cars I could have expected to see on display at Atlanta’s Caffeine and Octane car show, this one was pretty far down the list.
This weekend was the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, an event described as the greatest spectacle in auto racing and which has over the course of its existence seen many a great name turn a tire in anger around its 2.5-mile oval.
Author’s Note: So this weekend is Memorial Day weekend here in the good ole USA. Uncle Sam gives us this Monday off in remembrance of fallen members of the US Armed Services.
It’s a testament to the designer when just a sliver of a car can elicit a visceral gasp from those who see it.
There are countless phenomenons out there which defy description. To know that something exists, having this fact backed up by the reports of others, even seeing it documented on TV still can’t hold a candle to experiencing it first hand.
The coolest finds are always the ones you don’t expect, and that is certainly the case with this edition of V.I.S.I.T.
Last month, my dad decided to buy a pickup from a guy up in Lebanon. For those of you not familiar with Lebanon (which is nearly all of you), it’s a medium sized town here in the Ozarks, known for its boat manufacturing and walnut bowls (there is a big ...
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.
It was on this day in 1647 that Alse Young of Windsor Connecticut was put to death by the fine people of that town on account of their accusation that she was a witch.
Jason has returned this week after being replaced last week. Cam was late to the recording and got cranky about it for reasons that will become obvious.
Few manufacturers of what realistically might be considered affordable cars have the following that Alfa Romeo enjoys.
Yo dawg, I ain’t cleaning that up. By the way, what car is that? Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything.