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Strap into Le Mans history.
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Securing commercial air time during the Big Game isn't exactly cheap, so advertisers typically try to make the most of it by creating some truly remarkable spots. Here's a selection of automotive Super Bowl ads that have stood the test of time.
Right now conditions are far from ideal for motoring in most parts of the country. If you're stuck inside with some time to kill, these classic films should help satiate your need to hoon.
It's an unfortunate fact of life that cars typically do not age like a fine wine, and it's all too easy to let an array of minor issues pile up. But there's a certain point at which a normal vehicle crosses over into the realm of the beater and never looks back.
As great as modern vehicles are, there are some side effects of technological advancement that cause "they don't make 'em like they used to" moments.
Driving while one's attention is drawn elsewhere isn't a dilemma exclusive to modern motoring, but the issue is undoubtedly more problematic than ever before. If legislators, car companies, and smartphone designers can't come up with a viable solution, what's the real fix?
Some think a publicly traded Ferrari signals the beginning of the end for the Italian automaker. But there's plenty of evidence to suggest that the company's recent IPO might lead to some of its best years yet.
Manual transmissions are becoming scarcer by the day, making rev matching a rare talent. But with manufacturers beginning to automate the process, will the practice be lost forever?
When it comes to the realm of automotive performance, conventional wisdom can occasionally be outright delusional. Here are five myths that could use a dose of reality.
News that the revived Barracuda will likely land in showrooms as a Dodge model has caused some ire among the Mopar faithful, but what ends up under the hood could be far more worrisome.
The former Top Gear host does one last lap for charity. Though he did it in a high-dollar exotic, a different car would have made for a better send-off.
Much like the cobbled together final episode of Series 22, Clarkson's final lap did little to capture the spirit of the show we loved so dearly. But how can a single lap encapsulate what made Top Gear so great? It's all in the choice of car.