“Before we get to your car questions,” my former next door neighbor, Terrance, said, “I need to tell you both something. My wife left me. My kids won’t talk to me. I lost my job. I embezzled almost a half a million dollars because I’m addicted to BMWs, and have been hiding them all over the state. I’ll probably be…
A man out for a jaunt in his DeLorean was clocked by local police for excessive speeding by going 89 mph. Impressive as this is in a DeLorean—and we all know it’s good to give your Flux Capacitor a nice workout every now and then—we’re more perplexed as to what he is still doing in this part of the spacetime continuum.
You can’t catch ‘em all if you’re too busy getting caught.
You know what a pain those plastic engine covers are? How they get in the way and hide your own car’s engine from you? Well, consider that black piece of molded plastic a metaphor for something much worse: the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Automakers are trying to use the DMCA to say you can’t work on or modify…
In what sounds like a plot device from the 1970s Hannah Barbera cartoon Wacky Races, police are looking for two men who threw stolen chainsaws at police cars during a car chase in Duluth, Georgia.
China may currently be experiencing an explosion of wealth, but their car prices remain astronomical compared to the U.S. Several entrepreneurs have hatched schemes to profit from this fact — all they had to do was break a bunch of laws in the process.
Street racers dart in-an-out of oncoming traffic at night, hitting triple digit speeds across multiple stages. This isn't a video game. Or, well, it is a video game. But it's also what these Chinese street racers did in this incredible video series.