World’s Largest Mustang Gathering

Still the world’s best selling sports coupe the Ford Mustang broke another record, on the 7th of September Ford’s Lommel Proving Ground, 1326 Mustang’s met and roared onto the grounds with 20 meters between each vehicle. All generations were represented. The previous record was set in Toluca, Mexico on December 3, 2017, when 960 vehicles […]

NASCAR Gen 7 Cup Series to Run 18-Inch Goodyear Tires in 2021

NASCAR race cars haven’t been “stock” since the late-80s, but they attempt to stay relevant to Joe Everyman and his daily driver. Under the skin, whether it’s a Dodge Charger, Toyota Camry, Chevy Impala, or any other model, all NASCAR vehicles are practically identical. Still, racing technology often makes its way back to our daily […]

Is a Ford Comeback Just Getting Started?

Like most automakers and many other companies, Ford Motor Company took a huge hit during the financial crisis of 2007 and 2008. Ford stock bottomed out in January 2009, just like many other companies, but managed to stay afloat. While most companies are clawing their way back to profitability, Ford’s comeback hasn’t been encouraging. Taking, […]

Smarter Android Auto, Coming Soon!

We’re always on the go, but staying up to the minute with business, entertainment, or friends can sometimes be a hassle. At your desktop or on your smartphone, information and interaction is available at a moment’s notice, but in a car can be difficult, if not dangerous. Android Auto aims to keep you focused on […]

Driving in Circles – Celebrating F1’s Greatest Legend: Niki Lauda 1949-2019

This is not the story of just any man, but one who overcame great odds to fulfill a dream. He’s been immortalized in records, books, film, the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, and even a postage stamp: Niki Lauda, perhaps Formula 1’s greatest legend. Born into a prominent Austrian banking family in 1949, Niki Lauda […]

Where Have All the Sedans Gone?

Ever since Toyota invented the crossover – lookin’ at you, RAV4 – sedan sales have been in steady decline, whatever the gas prices and fuel economy numbers have been saying. In their place, crossovers and wagons have been steadily increasing in sales, but why isn’t anyone buying sedans anymore? Indeed, why are some automakers cutting […]

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