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Unified effort underway to fix Bonneville Salt Flats

Filed under: Motorsports, Read This, RacingHemmings tells the fascinating story of the effort to save the Bonneville Salt Flats that brings together racers, geologists, politicians, and the local mining company.

Porsche opening network of dedicated Classics centers

Filed under: Porsche, Auto Repair, Maintenance, ClassicsThe first dedicated Porsche Classic Center has opened in the Netherlands, paving the way for 100 such locations set to proliferate around the world - including to North America.

VW won't let emissions scandal keep it from racing

Filed under: Green, Motorsports, Audi, Porsche, VolkswagenDespite the ongoing diesel emissions scandal, Volkswagen insists it is not about to shut down or drastically change any of its top-level racing programs in the foreseeable future.

Honda reveals scrambler-style CBSix50 concept at EICMA

Filed under: Design/Style, Honda, Motorcycle, Bikes, Concept CarsHonda's designers went wild at the EICMA motorcycle show by imagining concepts for a scrambler called the CBSix50 and a naked street bike called the CB4.

Koenigsegg building Agera RS homologated for US

Filed under: Koenigsegg, SupercarsThe seventh of 25 examples of the new Koenigsegg Agera RS to be built is destined for the United States, representing a new drive by the Swedish automaker to accelerate into the North American market.

Porsche shows off Cayman GT4 Clubsport in new video

Filed under: Motorsports, Videos, Porsche, Coupe, Performance, RacingBarely a week has passed since its debut, and already, Porsche has trotted out its new entry level racer, the Cayman GT4 Clubsport, for a promotional spot.

Red Bull has agreement with an engine manufacturer for 2016

Filed under: Motorsports, Renault, RacingRed Bull says it has secured an engine deal for 2016 but won't name the supplier.

Autoblog Podcast #456

Filed under: PodcastsOn Episode #456 of the Autoblog Podcast, we discuss our drive of the 2017 Mazda CX-9 prototype, Volkswagen's TDI fix, and this week's news and notes.

Mercedes-AMG GT R coming with active aero, shocks, steering

Filed under: Mercedes-Benz, Coupe, PerformanceWord on the strasse has it that Affalterbach is working on a new R version of the Mercedes-AMG GT with more power and advanced shocks, aero, and four-wheel steering.

Red Air For Hire: The big business of private air forces

Filed under: Government/Legal, MilitaryThere are a growing number of private air forces in the US which Americans are overwhelmingly unaware of.

Audi looking for Tesla-style, non-traditional way to sell EVs

Filed under: Green, Audi, AutoblogGreen Exclusive, Green Automakers, ElectricTwo Audi execs say that they respect what Tesla has done to encourage EV sales, and that its sales and dealer model is something worth following.

Why Volvo races, and what it means for us

Filed under: Volvo, Sedan, Performance, RacingWe take a look at the history of Volvo's motorsports division, and see what the future holds, including what it means for US products.

GM does not have to turn over its ignition switch documents

Filed under: Government/Legal, Chevrolet, GMA District Court Judge rules that attorney-client privilege protects certain documents between GM and law firm King & Spalding over the ignition switch defect.

California's HOV stickers for PHEVs are almost gone, again

Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Green Driving, Electric, HybridCalifornia is once again nearly out of the green stickers that give plug-in hybrids easy access to the state's high-occupancy vehicle lanes.

Casey Stoner returns to MotoGP as Ducati test rider

Filed under: Hirings/Firings/Layoffs, Motorsports, MotorcycleAfter retiring from MotoGP competition in 2012, Casey Stoner is coming back to serve as a test rider and brand ambassador for Ducati, which enjoyed its most successful years with the Aussie rider.

Porsche 911 spied looking like a Porsche 911

Filed under: Spy Photos, Porsche, Coupe, Hybrid, Luxury, PerformanceSpy photographers catch early mules of the next-generation Porsche 911, thought to be testing a hybrid powertrain for the Turbo and Carrera lines.

Get your Black Friday on with a Blipshift holiday sale

Filed under: Etc.Blipshift has cool clothes and accessories for the automotive enthusiast in your life, and there's a special Black Friday sale happening this weekend.

Herbie the Love Bug sold at auction for record $86k

Filed under: Celebrities, TV/Movies, Volkswagen, AuctionsThe 1953 Volkswagen Beetle used in the filming of Herbie Rides Again and Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo sold this week for $86,250, setting a new record for Vee-Dub bugs.

Volvo launches in-car package delivery service in Gothenburg

Filed under: Volvo, Europe, TechnologyThis Christmas, Santa's reindeer will deliver presents to Volvo owners in Gothenburg, Sweden, as part of the company's In-Car Delivery pilot program.

Question Of The Day: First-ever car ride?

Filed under: Automotive HistoryThe first time you were ever in a motor vehicle, what was it? Continue reading Question Of The Day: First-ever car ride?