Rolls-Royce is about to bring luxury cars to a whole new level.
Now this is how you do farming, motherf**kers!
Ever since he was a 10-yr-old boy, Magnus Walker has been obsessed with the Porsche 911 and turned this obsession with the automobile into his life’s work.
In Russia, Ken Block rules the road.
Looking to zoom across a lake next time you’re zooming through the woods? You’ll drool over the Quadski.
Chances are, at the MINI NOT NORMAL SALES EVENT, you’ll be grinning before the test drive even starts.
Water in driver’s side door lock can spark a fire.
Red Bull driver David Coulthard takes his RB7 racing machine on a tour through NJ’s suburban neighborhoods before speeding through NYC’s Lincoln Tunnel.
The world’s greatest drag race returns with nine of the world’s best supercars, sports cars, and muscle cars for 2012 facing off in an epic quarter-mile sprint for glory.
And today in badass history, Faith Dickey successfully walked a tightrope between two speeding semis. Yea, it’s kinda insane.
Hey Jerkface, that pedal next to the gas, it’s called the brake and it has a practical function. Use it. The worst dash cam driving from Eastern Europe and Russia.
If you’re prone to motion sickness you may want to skip this video. A first-person lap at 200 mph around this natural road course is sure to be the fastest thing you see today.
Photographer Stan Evans hit the open road for a two week solo bike ride across the U.S. and documented his short film with the adventures and people he met along the way.
No other car in the world conjures up more mystery and power than the iconic Batmobile. For fifty years it’s been Batman’s ride of choice and now the people behind this infamous automobile are revealing its story.
And in badass news of the day… Canadian motorcycle madman is brought to justice after death defying 185 mph suicide run.
Ken Block takes the next installment of his Gymkhana series and unleashes his four wheeled mayhem on the streets of San Fran. Like a bat out of hell, Ken takes his car on a ripping race through the city’s famous winding roads and gnarly hills.
3 million miles. How is that even possible?
The evolution of the formula one racing car gets an animated run through its complete history, from 1950 up through the present.