Soapbox cars are often seen in the United States as a lowly form of racing, one with which we can entrust children. Down in rally-crazed Ecuador, however, they seem to take their motorless-sport seriously, sprinting down mountainsides or urban courses in purpose-built prototypes, often exceeding 60 mph under the pull
Hyundai revealed more details on its coming 2022 Tucson crossover, arriving in the first half of next year, and they look like they’ll move the humble utility closer to segment juggernauts Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. The Tucson is Hyundai’s largest-selling vehicle in the U.S., accounting for 21 percent of
Now that sounds like a real corvette. The C8 Corvette is an exciting machine in stock form, but like every other Corvette before it, owners are excited to modify their new mid-engined sportscar. One of the most popular modifications is an exhaust system that improves performance, presence, and adds character.
Daniel Ricciardo has agreed to slash his Renault wages to help the Enstone team survive the financial crisis. The Formula 1 teams are on the ropes with the 2020 season yet to get underway and the start being pushed back on an almost weekly basis. To date nine grands prix
This little runabout was built to serve the proletariat that thinks the Nissan Rogue is just too cool and too big for regular driving. I’m kidding, no one thinks that, but this subcompact crossover market is huge, so why not capitalize? Nissan already had the platform in the Qashqai, so
Foreign reinterpretations of American inventions are always fascinating. Australia’s cult following for baseball, John Frum-style cargo cults among Pacific Islanders… and stock car racing of any kind. Invented by Moonshiners during Prohibition, stock car racing (NASCAR) has found success worldwide, with healthy race series operating in South America, Australia, Europe,
There was plenty to see and do at Art of Speed 2019 over the weekend, and a lot of the focus centred around Petronas. The national oil and gas conglomerate was the title sponsor of the event for the third year running, and this year it had a few tricks