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I am a father of two little kids. If my kids every do something like this, it will mean that I failed as a father.
Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a (maybe) famous race or test track from just one closely-cropped aerial image.
This week we focus first on visionary motorcycle designer and racer Michael Czysz, who passed away earlier this month.
Hybrids that combined Detroit motors with European chassis and coachwork were arguably the best cars of the 60s and 70s: Cobra, GT40, Pantera, ISO, Tiger, Intermeccanica, IKA Torino, etc.
Two of the most recent hyper cars—the Porsche 918 Spider and McLaren P1—are gas/plug-in electric hybrids.
The driver of this Yukon was very obviously on a vision quest. Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything.
Imagine a street full of steakhouses. Most of them are advertising a Mixed Grill including a 10oz sirloin, farmhouse sausage, lamb chop, vegetables and fries, for $19.95.
I had high hopes going into my few days with the 2016 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk. I knew that on one hand, the KL Cherokee fits my wants and needs perfectly: 4WD with low range, safe, comfortable, room for a vacation’s worth of stuff, large automaker backing, go almost-everywhere capability, and ...
It’s a known fact that vintage racing is some of the prettiest racing on earth. The highly advanced and technical race cars of the modern era are spectacular in their own way, but nothing can compare to the spectacle of historic race cars reliving the good ole days with some ...
There was a lot of great racing that went on over the weekend, and a bit of important qualifying. Sports cars north of the border, Indycars in Indy, NASCAR’s All-Stars, WRC running in Yurp, V8 Supercars ran down under, Formula E ran in Germany, Brazilian stock cars, DTM, MotoGP, Global ...
These days everyone is losing their shit over autonomous, or self-driving, cars. Research is being conducted, laws are being changed, and huge money is spent.
The Simca Vedette has had an interesting existence. It started out as the Ford Vedette, a Detroit-designed car built at the company’s Poissy France plant.
After occupying this timeslot in the Hooniverse Monday morning schedule for nearly the past two years, Encyclopedia Hoonatica is being put on indefinite hiatus.
What is it they say, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again? That’s been the mantra by which a number of automakers and racer engine builders live.
The Fiat Regata was the ’80s saloon version of the Ritmo/Strada, with a slightly boxier outlook and a big trunk.
One of the nicest things about the 30-year-old Fiat-produced promotional videos is the combination of Italo Disco music with grainy film footage.
The Centro Storico Fiat is a wonderful thing: it’s the automaker’s historic library, and they have a pretty great YouTube account that uploads old promotional videos and footage.
Whatever these two jet jockeys are looking at better be pretty damn’d interesting. There’s a 300SL Roadster to ogle!
I received an exciting telegram from the expedition team last weekend- while charting the cave we have come to know as the Lesser Chamber, a fissure was found in the rock which opened into a hitherto unknown void, and they could scarcely believe what they found in there.
Some time ago the British Ariel Motor Company has introduced a new kind of Ariel, the off-road ready Nomad.