Rr Of The Week
The votes have been tallied for this week's RR of the Day poll, and we're this close to calling for a recount. The winner with some 600 votes under its belt (28%) is the mildly-modded 2001 Audi S4 of Julia Howard. The S4 had some pretty stiff and very interesting competition, which makes this relatively ordinary ride such a surprise victor. The very sharp 1967 Chevy Impala SS made a run at the title gathering 488 votes (22%), while the Euro-only 1984 BMW 745i Turbo also put up a fight earning 48
Despite a lopsided fight of four Subarus against one lonely Mitsubishi EVO in our latest RR of the Week poll, the lone EVO proved to be the better car, at least by our voters' standards. It could also be the case that Mitsubishi fans united in support the single EVO, whereas WRX faithful were split between their choices. We'll never know! Regardless, the race was extremely tight with the track tuned EVO attracting 576 votes (30%). The second place finisher in this race, the WRX Wagon, nearly cau
What a battle that took place between two rides up for the glorious title of RR of the Week over the weekend. The 1991 Acura NSX and 1951 Hudson Hornet were literally neck and neck the entire weekend, and when the dust settled with 2,646 votes cast (more than double our previous record for most votes cast), the 1991 Acura NSX won by a nos
Here we are at the end of our second week of reader rides, and membership to the Autoblog RR of the Day has swelled to 117 members who have contributed 207 photos of their personal rides. We featured five great rides this week and now it's time for you to vote for the RR of the Week. Voting will be open all weekend and we'll post the results on Monday. Vote away!
The first ever Autoblog Reader Ride of the Week has been chosen, and the convincing victory goes to the 1989 Mitsubishi Mirage Turbo featured on Friday. No doubt the car's transplanted 2-liter 4G63 motor making an estimated 400 horsepower helped it secure 42 percent of the 1,010 votes that were cast. The battle for the remaining spots was much more contested, with the stock John Neff