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Carlos Sainz clinches Dakar victory for Peugeot

Austrian Matthias Walkner won the motorcycle category on a KTM.

"We managed to do it," said Sainz. "They (Peugeot) have already won two times, but I think I deserved this victory because we have put lot of effort into this car.

Championship clinched, yet Lewis Hamilton sets record in Brazil

Two races to go, and not letting up.

"There are two races to go. It is a better time than ever to apply even more pressure, just because you can,"

Storm Harvey hits U.S. petroleum exports

The U.S. is now the world's largest net fuel exporter

The U.S. is now the world's largest net fuel exporter.

GM fires 2,700 in Venezuela via text message after plant was seized

"We all received a payment and a text message," according to a worker.

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Quitting Mexico factory helps bring down Ford earnings $200 million in 2016

It's still the automaker's second most successful year ever.

It's still the automaker's second most successful year ever.

Rain prolongs the Championship battle | 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix recap

Max Verstappen set the rain-soaked Brazilian Grand Prix on fire while most other drivers simply tried to finish.

Uber drones fly over Mexican traffic jams to heckle drivers

The only thing worse than being stuck in traffic is being taunted for being stuck in traffic. To drive home just how lousy it is to be stuck in bumper to bumper traffic, Uber has unleashed ad-carrying drones in Mexico City to let drivers know there's a better way to travel.

Rio bus driver deserves Olympic gold for road rage

Incident occurred the same night another bus carrying members of the media was fired upon.

A bus driver in Rio had just about enough of Olympics traffic Wednesday night.

UAW boss says Clinton will renegotiate NAFTA if elected

UAW President Dennis Williams is hoping a new agreement would foster stronger unions in Mexico.

Williams claims Clinton told him she'd renegotiate the still controversial trade agreement signed into law by her husband way back in 1993.

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The Chicken Buses of Honduras: A treasure I took for granted

There's nothing quite like riding on a crowded bus with people you wish knew about the invention of deodorant, plus small livestock.

Subarus, straits, a shipwreck, and the end of the world

A short video vignette from our Patagonia road trip.

We cross the Straits of Magellan, visit a 30-year-old shipwreck, and drive to the southernmost city in the world.

Chile is beautiful, and we drove there in a Subaru

Exploring the Torres del Paine national park on our Patagonia adventure.

We explore Chile's Torres del Paine national park in our merry band of Subarus, and take in a day of truly epic fishing.

We drive a Subaru to one of the world's largest glaciers

Another short video from our Patagonia adventure.

In this video clip from our Patagonia adventure, we drive a Subaru Forester to the Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina.

Days 3-5: Our 4 favorite Patagonia timelapse videos | Subarus in South America

We've got wifi again, so here's another video update.

Our intrepid travelers check in from the road in Chile, where they're driving Subaru crossovers all throughout Patagonia.

Day 2: We made it to Patagonia | Subarus in South America

Here's our first look at Argentina's most gorgeous terrain.

Ewing and McGraw finally arrive in Patagonia, and meet both the Subaru Outback and some incredibly gorgeous surroundings.

Day 1: Arrival in Buenos Aires | Subarus in South America

We're not quite to Patagonia, but we're well on our way.

This week's Autoblog In Patagonia excursion starts with a quick stop in Buenos Aires after a long day of travel. Follow along all week as we explore South America with Subaru.

We're going to drive Subarus through Patagonia

Follow along with us from February 16-21.

We're going on an epic journey through South America, and we're bringing you along for the ride.

It sure looks like Elon Musk is now doing security in Brazil

Ad Campaign For Synpol MS Uses Elon Musk As Police Officer, Or Something

A new billboard campaign in Brazil is using a picture of Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Why? We don't know.

Nissan Kicks brings new crossover style to Brazil

After unveiling the Kicks concept over a year ago, Nissan is slated to build a new crossover in Brazil, hitting the Latin American market before proliferating to others.

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