NASCAR is one of the most popular sports in the United States. The high speeds, strong personalities, and spectacular wins make it a thrilling sport to watch.
NASCAR fans, we truly are a unique brand of people, aren’t we? We have everyone, from the redneckiest rednecks…to the corporate bigwigs who sponsor cars and races. As the kick-off of 2009 nears, it’s a good time to preview some of the people we may see in the stands.
A whole passel of manufacturers are creating in-game concept cars for Gran Turismo 6 as part of the Vision Gran Turismo project. Subaru’s car for the game looked to a dried fish for inspiration.
A 2014 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro finished 69th overall out of 131 finishers at this year’s Baja 1000, rolling across the finish line with a gnarly bit of battle damage in under 36 hours. That’s not half bad for a factory-tuned truck, in a race where just passing the last flag is considered a feat. […]
Today at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Audi showed off a big, sleek coupe called the Audi Prologue that will be the source of all their future designs. But as good as the Prologue looks, the real story might just be inside. What does that concept say about the future of car interiors?
Lexus hasn’t had a great run with convertibles. The SC430 aged into oblivion and the IS convertible was enough of an eyesore to send you to the optometrist. The LF-C2 concept is Lexus’ attempt to pay for past sins by lopping the roof of the RC F. But first it has to engineer a roof, […]
m4s0n501 The origin of the muscle car is sometimes traced to the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88, but their heyday was from the 1960s to the 1970s, after which their popularity declined because of higher gas prices. There is no clear definition of what a muscle car is, but it’s generally accepted to be a two-door […]