At some point between 1981 and 2019, F1 teams realized that a 3-second pit stop is a whole lot better than a 25-second pit stop.
There was one child on the bus (who is safe and sound) and the maneuver is still under investigation by the bus company.
Just outside of the tiny town of Ettington in Warwickshire, UK, this pub is like a permanent cars and coffee event, where people come together to celebrate all kinds of vehicles and, of course, tasty beverages year round.
The legendary Austrian, one of the best-known figures in motor racing, took the title for Ferrari in 1975 and 1977 and McLaren in 1984. For many, he will be remembered for his remarkable recovery and return to racing after being badly burned in a crash in the 1976 German Grand Prix.
The workers in the car shop in Cangzhou City had to spend two and a half days counting up all of the coins, which was estimated to be around £15,000 ($19,000).
Drive safe, and respect the rumble strip.
Regardless of whether Wick's car is a true Boss 429, it's a real Mustang, a legendary movie car that's been showcased in "Gone in 60 Seconds" (both versions), "Drive," "Bullitt," "Grand Prix," "Diamonds Are Forever," "Thunderball," "Point Break" (driven by Reeves himself), even "Misery."
This guy sticks some bananas into a blender, names the slop "BW-30" and, after a few careful tests, pours it into a lawnmower to find out what will happen.
The village seems to be taking the stance where they would prefer the guy to get bent.
Shanghai drivers line up with an unbelievable synchronization.
How do self-driving cars maneuver around obstacles even in low visibility?
The German Police are searching for one of the rarest Ferraris ever built, a 1985 GTO, after a test drive with a supposed "interested buyer" went awry.
This person really wanted to get their ears pierced at Claire's.
Is moving into the other lane worth wrecking your car over? Really?
Despite being just about the biggest thing on the road other than semi trucks, an RV does not fare well at all in a head-on collision.
His buddy gifted him the 1980s Dodge Ram 50 for free — raccoon in the front seat and all — and he decided to turn it into something surprisingly sort of functional.
Type 64 #03 was built in 1940 by Ferry Porsche, and it's the only one of its kind to survive.
As things go, breaking a car's breaks seems like a cardinal sin for a mechanic.
I consider myself a fan of many automotive subcultures, but if I'm honest, I think Regular Cars With Super High Mileage might be my favorite.
Every stock-market bet is a prediction, but Uber's vision of the future is particularly far-reaching and risky.
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