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Long live the Talon!
FCA can only rely on large vehicles for so long.
Blah, blah, blah, accelerate...
It is the final day of rally school, and it is time to shut up and drive.
RWD? Or wRongWD.
A RWD car may be the preference of most enthusiasts, but it does take a lot to handle in the mud.
It's greasy in the shadows.
The Scandinavian Flick may look cool on camera, but it is time to learn some real rally maneuvers. Just keep an eye on road conditions in the meantime.
The novice is back to rally.
Part 2 (again): I was invited back to Team O'Neil Rally School to complete the five-day course of sliding around with their cars in the mud.
When turning left, be sure to turn right.
Day 2 at the Team O'Neil Rally Racing School was all about confidence and a little help from mother nature to master the Flick.
Part 1 of my experience with Team O'Neil.
Reading about how to rally race may be enjoyable, but actually living it out was a pivotal life experience.
In my senior year at college, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with my life. Then this little blue Cobalt decided to shred my perfect plan to pieces.
It may not be the biggest, but it is the largest.
Most automotive journalists pass over the Chicago Auto Show for being pretty bland after Detroit and L.A. But I will continue to love this show.
Last September I took a trip to Ireland with my family. Driving on the wrong side of the road reminded me of the right way to drive.
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