William Byron got his start virtual racing before zooming around the track in real life. So, yeah, he's really good.
There's no particular reason this guy needed to back up — he wasn't stopped in the crosswalk or anything — but he's sure lucky he did.
Reid Zandbelt is moving to New Zealand. He needs to sell his 2005 Chevy Cobalt. It kinda sucks. Are you interested?
This is kind of rude, but on the other hand, thinking you're more important than everyone else and cutting traffic on the shoulder is also quite rude, so we're all even.
The surveillance state is no longer limited to the state.
The Chevy Silverado doesn't have much in common with the electric cars of tomorrow — but GM can't get there without it.
We love this visualization by Latvian architect and urbanist Oto Ozols imagining how most of the space in a major intersection in Riga could be put to use — with bike lanes, benches, trees and safe spaces for pedestrians.
Racers at the the Liwa hill climbs in the UAE push their cars so hard that they occasionally burst into flames.
We hope the Bacon McDouble was worth it.
People paying money to say something on their cars has become the subject of hundreds, if not thousands, of posts online.
The catch? Their top speed is less than 40 MPH, they run on cheap lead-acid batteries and they have little to no crash protection.
Souped-up drag cars have a whole lot of power, which can be problematic if that power is not properly controlled.
A moment of fairness in a chaotic neutral universe.
If humans can't make a moral decision in the split second before an unavoidable accident, why do we think robotic cars can?
The?DeLorean?was destined to be the future. But, once upon a time, in 1982, there were almost 5000 unsold cars. It's a cult classic today, as car-owners from around the world explain why they love it so much.
Many of us drive on a highway every day on our way to and from work without thinking about the larger national highway system. We can't think of a better way to look at the big picture of national highways than this delightful GIF.
This guy's fairy godparent has been working overtime.
The city will require ride-hailing services to pay a minimum of $17 per hour.
A stellar way to learn about an elegant piece of engineering.
What New York's racing scene means for the resurgent hobby industry.
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