The first project is a Jaguar E-Type.
With all the places it has been, the mileage on this car must be excessive.
It's a small-scale roller coaster.
If you know Chris Harris, think Chris Harris on Cars with a BBC logo. If you don't, this is the new guy you actually want to watch.
For those of us who can't afford the care and feeding of a real racecar, a good computer racing simulator is the next best thing.
The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating allegations of a trooper watching Youtube videos on his official in-car laptop while driving.
This terrifying dashcam footage comes to us from San Diego, CA, where the state's short-term water woes have been solved this week with intense rain storms.
If you stick your feet out the window of a moving car, there's at least one motorcyclist who is looking for you.
YouTube user Jacob Hughes uploaded a video of his 6-year-old son steering a speeding motorcycle.
Ladies and gentlemen, there are now a million more ways to kill time on the Internet – Lord help us – as the Associated Press has officially uploaded its entire catalog of archive video footage to YouTube.
The Ordos International Circuit, located about an hour by airplane from Beijing, consists of 2.33 miles of well-laid tarmac and is designed to look roughly like a horse. Some local motorcyclists take us for a tour.
Everyone's favorite video website turns a decade old today. We skip the cake and bring you our most popular YouTube video stories of all time.
Cadillac's social media presence across the web is now blank, in preparation for the debut a new advertising campaign during the Oscars.
A prankster gained access to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and made sure to have some fun at the expense of the product specialists. And yes, there's a video.
If you're a fan of online videos about cars – and we suspect that if you're visiting a site like ours, you are – you must have been excited when the Drive channel launched on YouTube now nearly three years ago. Maybe you were even happy for the team behind it when they inked a deal with NBCUniversal to produce a show for the NBC Sports Network, too. Probably less so when the producers announced they could no longer afford to air the shows for free on YouTube. But we have some good ne