Two French explorers once put crushed bananas in their Citroen when they ran out of engine oil. It probably didn't go well.
A last-second hesitation can be disastrous.
Have a direct injection motor? You might want to see this.
Some were weird, some were wild, all were wonderful.
It's pretty rare to see any straight-eight-powered cars on the road today. This one makes a terrific sound.
Jeep first brought out this luxury 4x4 in 1963. It didn't change much over its near three decades in production.
Ever wonder what all of those letters, numbers, and symbols mean? Here's an explainer.
This car has set records at the Texas Mile before. But none with a '3' in the front.
One man cuts a Pirelli Formula 1 tire in half to take a peek at what's inside.
Peter Cunningham, the head of RealTime Racing, knows how to curate a solid group of cars.
Three-hundred sixty degrees of salt-flat speed.
We bet this doesn't happen often.
On a race track, you always have to be prepared for the unexpected.
At some point, monster truck freestyle should become an Olympic event.
A trio of rare vintage Ford muscle cars and a couple of special Pontiacs top off this wonderful collection.
It's lighter, creates less back-pressure, and doesn't disturb aero. Every mid-engine car should have top-mounted exhaust exits.