Jack Baruth

Tomorrow’s Drivers Will Find Today's Confusing Automatics Completely Intuitive

The 'monostable' shifters used on a number of automatic gearboxes might be nightmares for us, but future drivers won't mind.

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The Manual 911 GT3 Is Brilliant, and Porsche Is Brilliant for Building It

The newest GT3 is the best decision Porsche could have made for its fans and the company.

Witnessing How Lotus Builds Every Evora Almost Entirely by Hand

Lotus employs one robot in the assembly of the Evora 410. It's called "The Robot."

The Huracan Performante Is the First Truly Complete Lamborghini

A car that can do basically anything, and do it well.

The 2017 F350 Platinum Is a Malaise-Era Luxury Car for the Horse-Trailer Crowd

The classic American luxury car hasn't disappeared. It's evolved.

I Bought One of the Skip Barber Bankruptcy Cars and Immediately Took It Back to the Track

This Miata was adopted for a second chance at a life on the track and the street.

An Escalade-Based Cadillac Sedan Would Be the Ultimate American Luxury Car

Never mind the Road Rover, here’s the Beast de Ville.

The Nurburgring Isn't the Best Place for a Trackday in Europe
Why go to the 'Ring when a better track is a few hours down the road? No matter which one you go to, you want to take a Lotus Evora Spo…
Why a 1990s Buick Might Be a Teenager's Best Option for Cheap Speed (Seriously)

If you're a young driver looking for cheap speed, you'll want to learn about the L67.

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2018 Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster vs 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet

Two drop-top stallions from the stables of Stuttgart stampede across the most spectacular roads in Europe.

This Company Wants to Pay Your Fellow Drivers to Snitch on You

Text to Ticket wants to create an army of highway vigilantes, catching distracted drivers and profiting from it.

Ten Thousand Miles on the Final Aircooled Honda

The CB1100 is basically the perfect motorcycle. It's too bad not everyone sees it that way.

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Talking Vipers With the Crew That Set a Lap Record at a Track You've Never Heard Of
The Viper ACR holds track records at nearly every track you know, and tracks you've never heard of. This crew set a record at the New Y…
​Want To Survive in a Sports Car? Start Thinking Like a Motorcyclist

Sports cars and motorcycles are in hostile territory on the highway. The same techniques can keep you safe in both.

The Macho T/A Was a Brilliant Car With a Silly Name

And now five of them are up for auction at once.

Can Someone Else’s Dashcam Impact Your Driving Record?

Dashcams could put law enforcement in the hands of the everyman and set a troubling precedent.

Finally, An Organization Is Licensing Track-Day Instructors

A new program is setting national standards for the people who teach novice drivers at track days and open-lapping sessions.

The Dodge Viper Is the Last Great American Car

The Viper is dead. This is why we'll miss it.

This Generation Doesn’t Remember a Bad Corvette

Thanks to a rogue group of GM engineers, the C5 changed perceptions of the Corvette forever.

People Have No Clue What Features Their Cars Actually Have

The Benz that never beeped, and other stories of people who don't know what's on their car's option list.

If We Can't Get Better at Driving, We Deserve Autonomous Cars

Right-lane rushers and the seven-crash Saturday.

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti: Special Comes Standard

The Quadrifoglio's four-cylinder sibling still offers style aplenty and a distinct driving experience.

We May Never Again See a Year Like 1989

Hand of time.

Five Ways to Make Modern Cars Better While Cutting the Price

There are some easy solutions to make modern cars cheaper and easier to live with.

A Swan Song for One of the Greatest European Fords

The B-Max is about to die to make way for more crossovers, and that's just sad.

My Real-World Life-or-Death Experience with OnStar

If you've never used it, you might think GM's OnStar system is useless. In reality, it can be a literal lifesaver.

Why Building an SUV Would Kill Ferrari's Image
The automaker is already turning massive profits and selling every car that rolls off the assembly line. Why even consider building a c…