There are two kinds of people in the world: race fans and people who haven’t watched these movies.
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Clean the #&@$ing snow off the roof of your car or truck
Driving around with a bunch of snow on top of your vehicle is not only unsafe, but also illegal in many places
“Horizon Chase Turbo” is probably my favorite racing game of the last 30 years (VIDEO)
There’s still a place for arcade racing games, even in today’s world of hyper-realistic simulation racing games
The bumpy story of vinyl record players in cars
Despite being obviously ill-suited for use in vehicles, I still want to find a workable solution for installing a record player in my car.
Ranking the best fictional TV mechanics
From Colonel Hogan to Mr. T to Fonzie, here’s a completely unscientific list of television wrenches.
Before asphalt, automotive pioneers used the beach as their racetrack
Several speed records were once set on the beach of Cape May, New Jersey
Hacker plays “Doom” on farm tractor to raise awareness of right to repair
The right-to-repair issue is so pressing for farm equipment that someone hacked a tractor to draw attention to it.
Automakers borrow the worst thing from modern video games: microtransactions
Over-the-air (OTA) microtransactions could be seen as a benefit to customers, but lack of communication thus far is not creating that perception.
Nine notable “cars” that aren’t cars
The Polaris Slingshot and eight other vehicles that make you ask, “What’s the deal with that?”
What do techs recommend for a “car crate?”
What are the essentials you recommend every motorist keep on board?
RIP iPod, the best way to listen to music in your car, maybe ever
Apple recently announced they are fully discontinuing the iPod, a product that is possibly the greatest way to listen to music in your car, ever.
13 of the craziest motor sports you can find on YouTube
Let’s watch the most creative and crazy sports involving four (and two) wheels on YouTube.
Are stainless cars (finally) having their moment?
Rust-resisting stainless steel cars are back. Will they have better success than their predecessors?