The time has finally come for Mat to get his hands on the new Porsche 911 GT3… And he’s heading to the track! It’s fair to say that this may just be one of the most exciting 911s EVER released. Powered by a naturally aspirated 4-litre flat-six, the new GT3
Watch the new action-packed trailer for Fast 9, the ninth chapter in the Fast & Furious series. No matter how fast you are, no one outruns their past. In F9, Vin Diesel's Dom Toretto is leading a quiet life off the grid with Letty and his son, little Brian, but
Inside BMW Group Classic is back! And this time, hosts Benny and Christoph take a trip to the BMW M studio, to take a peek under the hood of a BMW legend — the BMW M8 prototype!
Hidden away for nearly 20 years, the M8 prototype was finally revealed to
$450 brake upgrade kit vs. a $4400 big brake kit. Does more expensive mean more better? And is it worth it?
Donut bought two identical 350z’s and we have been modifying them to be fun, daily drivers that you can take to the track. James Pumphrey and Zach Jobe are
We have to admit, when it comes to American Muscle cars about any era, we are suckers. But we love to see this kind of builds!
This Cuda is just an incredible build powered by a 707 horsepower hellcat motor paired with a 6 speed manual transmission so sit back and
Man, we done messed up when we didn’t jump on used Acura NSXs when they were at attainable prices. Because looking at this super clean NA2, we’re reminded how pure of a car it really is.
This right here is Honda nerd royalty. Watch the video of this perfect NSX
In this video, Craig Lieberman covers many of the noteworthy errors, inaccuracies and strange plot elements that audiences might've missed. This is still my favorite movie of the franchise.
Watch the video of the Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift with the crazy errors below, leave a comment and share it with
While there's always been controversy about which cars were chosen for the first movie, most people don't know what cars were summarily rejected. Would the movie have been better with other cars?
Or were the cars they chose the very best choices. Watch the video below, leave a comment and
Craig Lieberman, technical advisor and owner of a couple cars that were in the movies explains us about the technical inaccuracies and the stories behind them!
Let's jump in and see what happened in the videos and how the scenes were filmed! Watch the video below, leave a comment and share
With the latest ‘C8’ Chevrolet Corvette changing engine position to the middle, the car now proudly displays its V8 under a cover of glass. The only trouble is, as is the case with most modern engines, the view you get is spoiled by a simple plastic cover.
Dull though the ‘Vette’s LT2 push-rod