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Actor-turned-racer Patrick Dempsey is reportedly working on a television adaptation of The Limit, based on the story of Phil Hill and the 1961 Formula One World Championship.

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Barrett-Jackson is hitting Reno, NV this weekend for its 2015 auction, and we've got the full viewing details for the event.

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Dream Car Week returns with a fresh schedule of auto-themed shows.

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A man in England was shocked to find the driver ahead of him had her eyes on a windshield-mounted television instead of on the road.

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Jenson Button could be preparing to shift out of Formula One and into a slot on the BBC's rebooted Top Gear, starring alongside new host Chris Evans.

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Final Clarkson, Hammond, May Episode To Air June 28 In UK

Ferrari fanatic and radio host Chris Evans is the first new presenter to be added to the Top Gear roster since Jeremy Clarkson's fracas.

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James May and Richard Hammond have allegedly turned down a big-money offer from the BBC to return to Top Gear. If they had accepted, it would have meant taping the show without co-host Jeremy Clarkson.

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The former Top Gear team are rumored to be heading to Netflix and may have picked the very best name imaginable.

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What happens when you combine a comedian, a blind, piano-playing singer and a Tesla Model S? Well, watch this clip from Conan to find out.

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The Walking Dead, TV's favorite show about the coming zombie apocalypse, now includes a custom, zombie-hunting Honda motorcycle for Norman Reedus' Daryl. See it here on video.

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The Huffington Post has tracked down three of the participants from MTV's Pimp My Ride and one of the co-executive producers for a fascinating read that delves into the show's behind-the-scenes production. It's probably more interesting than anything that actually aired.

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Reality television meets racing as 24 contestants line up to see who will race a Morgan LMP2 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year.

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Japanese TV show fights crime with electric vehicle power

The automobile-as-crime-fighting-teammate concept dates back at least to the 1960s Batman television series, gained further currency during the 1980s with Knight Rider and was referenced in the recent Kia ads featuring Los Angeles Clippers basketball star Blake Griffin and Jack McBrayer of 30 Rock fame.

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Television today might be at one the best points in the medium's history with shows like Mad Men, Louie, True Detective and streaming offerings like House of Cards. However, none of those come close to the number of car chases and explosions of '70s and '80s offerings like Charlie's Angels, The A-Team or The Dukes of Hazard. Apparently, this prevalence of action at the time wasn't just an American phenomenon. In Japan, a show called Seibu Keisatsu fulfilled the nation's need for shootouts and st

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Not long ago, the History Channel showed a seemingly unending stream of World War II documentaries, but it made a switch a few years ago to include an increasing mix of 'reality' programming. American Pickers was one of the early attempts at this new formula, with cameras following hosts Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz around the country in a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter as they tracked down collectibles and "rusty gold" for their Iowa shop, Antique Archeology. The show has since gone on to become one of t

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60 Minutes has come under fire for screwing up important bits of news recently, but an error in Sunday's profile of Tesla Motors and CEO Elon Musk is completely perplexing. 60 Minutes has said it was an "audio editing error," but we're wondering how you manage to edit in internal combustion engine and transmission sounds into a video specifically on electric vehicles.

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Indian-born actress Somi Guha is suing the BBC for airing "casual racism."

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On Saturday, August 17 at 6:00 AM, Speed will go off the air. Its channel will be replaced by a new multi-sport network, called Fox Sports 1. Rumors that a switch were in the works first emerged in late 2012, while things became clearer in March, when the FS1 name emerged. That story disappointed a lot of people. It disappointed us. While Speed's heavy focus on NASCAR got annoying some times (switching away from the 24 Hours of Le Mans for Sprint Cup qualifying comes to mind), it was still a gre

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Yo, Elon, can you spare a few?

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A British company is working on a new navigation system that doesn't rely on GPS satellites to track your location. BAE has created Navsop, a device that picks up errant cell phone, radio and television signals to deduce your coordinates, which means it can be used in locations where traditional GPS can't. For example, TV signals are substantially more powerful in buildings and below ground than GPS, which means Navsop could eventually help locate individuals in collapsed buildings or mines. It

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