I’ve been making mental notes of all the things I’ve done wrong on my first custom project and I want you to learn from my mistakes. Write these down, memorize them, print them and tape them on your wall because they are true and they will happen to you.
The Isle Of Man TT has claimed over 200 lives, yet riders keep showing up and the race keeps going. Many of us wonder how it’s all allowed to continue. This film, In Loving Memory, looks at the why.
It always amazes me how the original Mini became such a smash success. After all, it began life as a humble economy car, something designed to sip gas and fit anywhere in a crowded city.
The best opinion of the day can be found among the Washington Post's letters to the editor. (The worst opinions of the day, as per usual, can be found in the Washington Post's opinions section.)
The Mazda RX-500 is bonkers even by concept car standards. It had a 491cc rotary engine revving to 14,000 RPM and made a whopping 247 horsepower. Welcome to Japan in 1970.
At least 38 people died constructing this road. They call it Ceausescu's folly, one of the most absurd highways in the world, and according to Top Gear, the greatest driving road there is. It's Romania's Transfagaran Highway.
It's the party of the century and Jack White is turned all the way up to 11 for it.
If it can be raced, people will race it. If you don't already know that statement to be true, these ten bonkers competitions will surely change your mind.
With Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld has done what few of his generation have: He’s adapted what he does (comedy) for the web. He’s also done it cleverly and in a way that makes money. In a talk with David Letterman this week at the Paley Center he gave away some of the secrets.
What happens when you get a Formula Drift pro a big Dodge and an even bigger wet parking lot? Bona fide dually drifting.
Why don't they put this on every playground? Wouldn't every small child love this? What could possibly go wrong? And why does the video cut short before the swing breaks and they're all brutally maimed?
We all know the feeling: It's the end of your high school career, the four most formative years of your young life, and you want to pick that perfect quote to embody the wisdom you've gleaned on your journey. That so many of our young people are choosing Lil B-inspired quotes bodes well for our country's future.
"This is 43 minutes of nostalgic '90s insanity," reads the Uncanny Brett White Tumblr post accompanying this YouTube upload of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' appearance on a 1990 episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show.
The recent news Dodge would be discontinuing the pioneering Grand Caravan in favour of its Chrysler-branded brethren hit many Canadians hard: the Dodge is waaay more popular than the Town & Country north of the border, and has been one of the country's top five best-selling vehicles for a long time.
If you tried thinking of a good car for your Mom this Mother's Day, you'd probably come up with something nice and practical, yet fun. Mazda 6, maybe or a fun little BMW. But those things require no thought, no real imagination. No, the car for Mom needs a mani/pedi chair, and also maybe marshmallow wheels.
You there! Do you sit alone all day in a darkened room, softly crying because the Honda S2000 is dead? I have great news for you! No, it's not coming back. The news isn't that good. The news is that even though Honda won't make us an S2000, you can make your own for free. Out of paper!
There's a Vine going around the internet today of a girl hitting another girl in the head with a flying shovel. It's hilarious. It's also taken from an eight-minute YouTube video of a fight between the two girls, which also happens to be one of the best pieces of American cinema you will ever lay eyes on.
Yesterday, we read Gabourey Sidibe's incredible speech on confidence and feminism from Thursday night's Gloria Awards and Gala, which was hosted by the Ms. Foundation for Women. A transcript of Amy Schumer's speech from the same event has since been released, detailing confidence and body-image issues, and struggling…
The convenient thing about Seinfeld never showing us George Steinbrenner's face, from the point of view of video editors in 2014, is that he could really be any rich, old, white man who owns a sports team. Like, say, L.A. Clippers owner (for now) Donald Sterling.