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The Hoonicorn’s Last Ride? Ken Block and Ford Split, This Could Be The Last Time He Mangles Four Tires At A Time

The big news last week was that Ken Block and Ford have amicably ended their 11-year partnership in racing and other automotive craziness. This is a partnership that was amazingly successful in terms...

Engine Awesomeness: Get A Detailed Tour And A Seat In The Dyno Room As This 765hp Cosworth IndyCar Engine Is Tuned!

This might be our favorite kind of dyno video. This is the style of dyno video that shows us something we know nothing about, explains some of its most awesome features, and then we get to see the...

Awesome Machining Video: Screw and Rotor Production For Superchargers, Pumps, Blowers, and More

If there is one thing that we like seeing around here, it’s cool videos that highlight the ways mankind has developed to machine metals into the shapes and sizes that are needed for different...

Legend In Its Own Time: This Review of The 1991 Acura Legend Is A Reminder Of How The Luxury Sport Sedan Game Changed

Sometimes the game changes slowly and sometimes the game changes suddenly. For German manufacturers in the early 1990s, it changed lightning fast when the major Japanese manufacturers launched their...

Widebody Your Whip! Watch This MGB Get A Porsche Wide Body Kit At Home!

Widebody stuff has been all the rage in recent years, because tire size matters more than ever, increasing trends, and more. But whatever the reason for wanting all the body covering all the tire,...

Coolest Porsche Ever! The Singer All-Terrain Competition Study Is 450hp Of Wonderful Engineering

There’s something incredible that happens when talented craftsmen and engineers are turned loos on a project with seemingly no restrictions. That is doubly true if the project is designed to...

The Beater Dream: Chasing Sports Cars On A Race Track In A Worn-Out Four-Door Nova

If there was a car I ever felt sorry for, it was the 1975 Olds Omega two-door that served as the family beater for years when we were kids. Well, that’s ONE of that car’s roles in life....

Incredible: Watch The 1970 Ferrari 512S Pininfarina Modulo Concept Car Run and Drive Around The Track!

There are times when rich guys do annoying things with cars, right? They do stuff that might not fit our taste or they do stuff that’s just lame and bad for their own edification. Well as the...

Flying Fords, Furious Noise: Here’s The 10 Best Ford Moments From Goodwood SpeedWeek 2020

Ford’s history in motorsports is very well documented. From the earliest days of Henry taking on Mr. Winton and kicking his ass to guys like Barney Oldfield setting speed records on ice in the...

The Price of Freedom: Cleetus Goes Through The Costs, Repairs, and Investment In The Freedom Factory – Track Repairs Begin!

There are plenty of people who don’t “get” Cleetus McFarland and his influence on the youth movement in hot rodding these days. They see a goofball guy who does stunty things with...

There’s A British Firm Working On An X20 Engine Made Of A Pair Of Two-Liter V10s

In a rusty shed appearing building in England there’s a firm called Villiers Engineering which has been around more than 100 years building some incredible stuff. They are a designer and maker...

Video: This Owner Restored 1970 AAR ‘Cuda Is Awesome – 340 Six-Pack, Pistol Grip, More!

Despite all that happened in 2020, Holley crushed it at their triumvirate of events. LS Fest, the Intergalactic Ford Festival, and the Holley MoParty were all smashing successes in the rolling hills...

This Angry Little Turbocharged VW Engine Is The Hot Ticket To Make Your Beetle Fly

The enduring dedication and obsession that VW fans have for making horsepower out of an engine platform that was initially designed to make 36hp is awesome. It speaks to the nature of hot rodding and...

The Beginning of The End: This Review Of The 1992 Buick Roadmaster Shows Us The Big Car In Its Final Form

The venerable GM B-Body platform that served the company so well from 1977 through 1996 would enter its last phase of design and development in the early 1990s. The box shapes of the 1980s were...