What you missed on 3.9.15
The Hellcat may have stolen the Challenger 392's thunder, but 485 horsepower isn't all bad. We take it for a spin from Austin to Johnson City in Texas, and, needless to say, we had a pretty good time. Read all about it, here.
Tony Stewart's Eldora Speedway website hacked by ISIS
The website for one of Tony Stewart's dirt race tracks was one of several in Ohio that was hacked last Saturday, left with a friendly message from everyone's least-favorite terrorist organization, ISIS. We feature a video report on the news.
BMW denies collaborating on Apple Car
We know that Apple has assigned over 200 workers to its so-called Project Titan automobile effort, and that some of those workers have come from cross-town high-tech firms, like Tesla and A123 Systems. BMW, though, has denied rumors that it's collaborating with Apple on the project.
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