Car photographers will do just about anything to get the shot. »
Daigo Saito does not screw around with drift cars. Here’s his new 1000 horsepower R35 Nissan GT-R. »
Are you looking for a new summer party jam, but you can’t find anything that specifically references your favorite Norwegian World Rally Championship driver? Do I have a single for you! »
I remember reading in a book on the history of the car bomb that this sort of ‘cut the head off they hydra’ approach was more of a Clinton-era 1990s legacy than anything else. »
The flood-salvaged Lexus LFA with a NASCAR V8 and a manual transmission is finally shredding proper. »
[Yes that’s Mark Webber of F1, Le Mans, and helmet-puking fame caning a new 991 Porsche 911 GT3 RS around the Nürburgring. Bridge To Gantry got this shot and has more pictures right here along with some extra info.]
Yes you can get a Ford Escape to take you from the UN to the Empire State Building, but that’s lacking a little imagination, isn’t it? »
This is Ken Block on his way to victory at the Rally Whangarei in New Zealand last weekend. The picture was taken by Hoonigan Racing’s tame photographer following in a helicopter. »
This is what I’m wondering, too. Why isn’t there a simple system where you plug your phone into a port and the infotainment screen on the car mirrors what’s on your phone? »
- Latvala, operating on the Reverse Principle on the lower side of the globe, where he actually avoids rocks and finishes consistently.
- Kubica, thanks to mysterious New Ford Power, which sounds curiously like a V8. The hoods are also mysteriously fused shut.
- Bertelli, who for some reason has acquired Ferrari badging on… »
Drifting’s roots are in sliding the living bejeezus out of old cars on twisting roads. Here’s how that looks in the icy wastes of Scandinavia. »
This is Baldwin Street in Dunedin, New Zealand. It is the steepest residential street in the world. Here are a couple guys going down it on drift trikes. »