Ecuador's Downhill Soapbox Street Racing Is Verifiably Bananas

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

Tourists in Hawaii Are Renting U-Hauls Because Rental Cars Are Impossible to Find

Hawaiian businesses that once faced famine are now thriving thanks to the slow but steady reopening of industries across the globe, but most specifically travel-related businesses such as car rental agencies. Hitting rock bottom around this time last year, things are now much different in Hawaii where it’s nearly impossible

This Working Airplane-Bodied RV With a Full Cockpit Is on Craigslist for $28K

Last summer, demand for RV rentals saw an unprecedented 650-percent surge as Americans sought ways to vacation without crossing the paths of other people. Because the cause thereof still haunts us, Summer 2021 looks to be another RV season, with one rental agency’s survey concluding Americans are more comfortable renting

Travel Camper Companies, This Is What Electric Car Owners Want

Let’s help travel trailer companies build the next camper for EVs. Right now, there are several companies developing a travel camper specifically for EVs. This includes travel trailer giant Airstream and one of the nation’s largest RV dealers: Camping World. A European company by the name of Dethleffs has a

UK travel ban forces F3 to postpone pre-season Jerez test

The first FIA Formula 3 Championship pre-season test to be held at Jerez later this month has been postponed due to a COVID-19 travel ban imposed on UK travellers. The F1 feeder series had planned to host the first of its three scheduled pre-season tests at the Spanish circuit on

Supercars Darwin travel pushed back to Tuesday

A charter flight set to carry the majority of Supercars series and team personnel from Queensland to Darwin has been pushed back to Tuesday. Supercars spent the weekend in critical talks with health officials in the Northern Territory, after they declared the City of Brisbane a COVID-19 hot spot on

‘Record Low’ for Memorial Day Weekend Travel Expected, but Short Road Trips Still Planned

Travelers used to use Memorial Day weekend to kick off their summer travel plans, hitting the road in greater numbers nearly every year. With the current state of the country in the time of the coronavirus pandemic — travel restrictions, business and recreation area closures, social distancing and more —

The C8 Mid-Engine Corvette Has Popped Up for Rent on Turo for $299 a Day

The mid-engine Corvette has been talked about for years—magazines teased the proverbial midship powertrain back in the Eighties. It’s finally here and apparently, it’s already available to rent on Turo. The specific C8 in question is painted Ceramic Matrix Gray Metallic with the 3LT equipment package and, more importantly, the

Florida Man Flubs Carjacking Because He Can't Drive a Manual Transmission

Does this headline sound familiar yet? Another attempted carjacking has gone south because the perpetrator hasn’t been able to make heads or tails of a manual transmission. This comes via an arrest report released by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office of Florida—not California, where they revealed the new Chevrolet Corvette

Found for Auction: One-of-62 Citroën BX 4TC Group B Rally Car in Unbelievable Condition

Audi, Peugeot, Lancia, Renault, Ford—all names people associate with the Group B era of rally, considered by many fans to be the sport’s golden days. Small enclaves of rally enthusiasts remember the series’ more obscure participants, such as Opel and Toyota, but even those up on their racing history tend