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Sometimes you have to go medieval on your car.

Electric vehicle fans don't do boundaries.

To paraphrase Jeff Goldblum's character in Jurassic Park, "Tesla fans will find a way."

Russian dashcams are an endless source of hilarious lunacy.

A Ukrainian ferry commuter misjudged his timing and, to his surprise, drove his car straight into the Black Sea earlier this month. According to The Mirror, the ferry, Protoporos IV, was putting in to the port of Kerch in Southern Ukraine earlier this month when one driver got an itchy foot. As the vessel approached the dock and lowered her ramp, a black Lada parked on the lower deck began to inch ahead of the rest of the cars parked there, apparently in an effort to beat the disembarking line.

Chrome finish, oversized wheels, and more money than talent.

A Russian Lamborghini owner successfully destroyed his supercar by driving too fast in the rain, colliding with a poor Peugeot CUV before coming to a stop.

Mark Twain, a man who knew a thing or two about faking people out, once said, "A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes."

The Russian Formula 1 Grand Prix played its usual trick of an exciting first few corners followed by a procession.

A lawyer in Central Russia recently went above and beyond the call of duty for his client when he destroyed evidence in a DUI case by eating it.

The remaining one percent will stay with German Getspeed partner.

Could it be that Nürburgring is on the right track to a 2017 F1 Grand Prix?

USS Donald Cook was sailing in the international waters of the Baltic Sea at the time of the incident.

The flybys took place over the course of two days and looked a great deal like simulated attack runs.

This Chevrolet Corvette and Toyota Supra may get a little beat up, but their drivers are clearly having fun drifting the coupes through a Russian forest in the winter. We wish they had a different taste in music, though.

Russia wants to sell Iran Sukhoi Su-30 fighters and T-90 tanks, but the United States says such an agreement requires the approval of the UN Security Council.

The Kortezh limo will be available to Russian citizens, complete with a Porsche-developed engine.

Vladimir Putin's new limo will begin deliveries in late 2017, and unlike his American counterpart, it will be available to normal (wealthy) Russians.

We know little about this beast, but that doesn't diminish our love for it.

The Omsktransmash JMP can fight fires anywhere, even an explosives factory.

A Russian company has joined parts of Soviet-era armor to create a monstrous firefighting tank designed to battle conflagrations in armories and arsenals.

Su-34 Fullback fighters launch from Hmeimim Airbase, bound for Russia.

Russia's own defense ministry has released video showing its aircraft departing a Syrian airfield after its surprise withdraw from operations yesterday.

Russia's upgraded Kirov-class cruisers will be among the deadliest vessels on the planet, fitted with 80 anti-ship missiles and highly advanced air defenses.

Think Batman's Tumbler, with a Russian accent.

Russia's Vladimir Putin checked out his Federal Security Service's newest armored vehicles, including the monstrous ZiL Karatel, better known as the Punisher.

Answer: tank tracks.

A Russian man (of course he's Russian) has fitted full-size tank treads to a Lada Riva. It is awesome.

Russia and Saudi Arabia agree to production-level freeze

Russia and Saudi Arabia agree to hold production to January's near-record output, but with Iran's production ramping up, the effect on prices could be minimal. Still, we worry.

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