With April Fool’s Day finally over, we look back at the best of this year’s pranks and false announcements from automotive companies around the globe.
There’s so much going on in the world of moto that you have to pick your battles (and trips) carefully. Our new series of monthly guides exposes the best-of-the-best organized events – the rest are up to you.
Ford asked me to spend the day whipping a few of their new Police Interceptors around a closed course with a professional race instructor. It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it.
The Ford Crown Victoria is being retired after 20 years as one of the most iconic police vehicles. See what will take their place patrolling America’s highways.
Nissan has announced their partnership with the DeltaWing project, which sees the most innovative race car for (several) generations compete in this year’s Le Mans 24 hours. Take a closer look at the future of racing with these photos of what could pass for a Batmobile.
2011 permanently raised the bar in the world of Moto. We drove faster, jumped farther and all around, went bigger. Here are our selections for the Best Moto Videos of 2011.
The 80’s were an era of excess personified by the Group B cars from Ferrari and Porsche. I was lucky enough to spend time in both of them as a teenager and smart enough to bring a camera.
Never-before-seen photography from the 80’s, featuring the most beastly cars ever made – the Ferrari 288 GTO and Porsche 959. Group B Heaven on Earth.
The 20th Anniversary Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show is this Sunday and features work by Jimmy Shine and Shinya Kimura among others. Wish we were there…
The first privately owned Lexus LFA was taken to Road Atlanta for a shakedown and it was filmed for posterity. Enjoy.
This video chronicles the Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta in Braselton, GA. A grueling 10 hour or 1,000 mile, whichever comes first, endurance race.
This short is a cross between The Fast and the Furious and Jacobs Ladder, all set against a Heavy Metal soundtrack, and I have to say it works.
Coverage from the sixth and final round of the Maxxis British Drift Championship from the Nissan Plant in Washington.
Some people paint with oils, others choose watercolors. Scott Wade prefers to work with dirt, specifically when it’s stuck to a car windshield.
Audi just launched the world’s first interactive driving video on YouTube. The execution is so-so, but it makes you think about the possibilities. How many choose your own driving adventures are around the corner?