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650 workers put the track together in just three hours.

Putting together an 8.5-mile track takes a lot of teamwork, whether it be adding 4,900 feet of safety railing or installing a two-kilometer section of fencing.

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Three questions we should be asking about the B-21 bomber.

The US Air Force needs a new flagship bomber, but how do we avoid another trillion-dollar mistake like the F-35 Lightning II?

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The story of Gregor Lesnik illuminates one side of Silicon Valley.

The Mercury News digs into questions surrounding some of the construction workers at its Fremont factory. We suggest you go read the original report.

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A new report argues that 25 years of aerial success has left the USAF less able to cope with an equal foe or the losses that'd come with a large-scale conflict.

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Company founder was born April 28, 1916.

Hemmings celebrates the 100th birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini with an in-depth profile of the man behind the raging bull-badged supercar company.

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Tony Lopez's obsession led him to and allegedly threatened an FBI agent.

The New York Times shows how obsession caused a Toyota salesman to investigate ISIS and eventually go to jail for allegedly threatening an FBI agent.

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Boy Genius Report puts together the pieces that hint the Tesla Model 3 might have a cutting-edge head-up display in place of traditional instruments.

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And Tesla just took reservations for hundreds of thousands of Trojan horses.

When people drive an EV, they begin to care more about where their energy comes from.

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Government support, congestion, pollution, and a less-attached attitude to the car is driving China in the pursuit of the driverless vehicle.

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Top Gear the magazine interviews Top Gear the television show's new American host, Matt LeBlanc.

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Peter Schreyer is in charge of design at Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis, and a profile from Bloomberg shows just how important he is to those brands.

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Forget hybrids. EVs are the future (even though he's making gas-powered supercars now).

Henrik Fisker talks about the future of EVs as he sees it.

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Relations between the US, Canada, and the UK haven't always been so rosy. With that in mind, what would have happened if the three had gone to war after WW1?

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Spending on big aircraft carriers and missile subs is hurting America's fighting abilities in today's conflict, a prominent Marine Corps general argues.

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Top Gear slides behind the wheel of the Aston Martin Vulcan to experience this rare hypercar around the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix circuit.

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Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has used his latest motoring column to call the 70 percent of British drivers that own manual transmissions "mad."

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Aerial refueling is tough, but this KC-135 crew and an F-16 pilot got a lot of practice after a malfunction meant the fighter had to refuel every 15 minutes.

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How To Strangle A Brand To Death In 13 Long, Painful Years

Scion will die an ignoble death absorbed back into the massive, generic brand it lamely tried to make cool. It didn't have to go down like this.

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Rash Of Deadly Helicopter Crashes Raising Questions

Three times as many servicemen were killed in helicopters in 2015 as in 2014, raising questions about the impact of cuts to maintenance and training budgets.

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Is anyone really surprised that the Reliant Robin from Jeremy Clarkson's iconic Top Gear skit was fettled with so it'd roll at the turn of the wheel?

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At 22-feet long and with a 1,400-pound payload, the Urban Aeronautics AirMule provides VTOL capability without all the drawbacks of a typical helicopter.

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