The road ahead.
Driving to the Arctic Ocean by Alaskan north road in a Jeep Wrangler, no doors allowed.
Over dinner, Mark Webber discussed sacrifice Le Mans, and more with our Sam Smith.
Encounters with the Bella Macchina.
Three decades ago, a tiny shop in Germany built the world's fastest car. R&T returns to drive its successor.
Tesla's small sport sedan isn't perfect, but it's undeniably a milestone.
The rewards of owning a classic car are many, but there are risks involved. Here's how to pick the right car for your needs and wants.
All-wheel drive on an M car? Heresy! Yet the new M5 marks a welcome return to BMW fundamentals.
Old ideas woke: Ancient Wales, a brand-new 60-year-old Caterham Seven, and some of the best pavement on earth.
700 factory turbo-ponies in a rear-drive 911: More than you need, less evil than you think.
Why I bought an Integra Type R, the hero car of my younger years.
Portal axles, remote-reservoir shocks, and 37-inch tires. The Mercedes-Benz G550 4x4² is unstoppable.
Two screamy racing experiments, a German with a good idea, and a few people who just never give up.
The Big Eagle was so much more than a racing driver.
Behind the wheel of a cop car, you get an entirely different perspective. And perhaps a healthy dose of empathy.
How does the first all-wheel drive M5 work on the road and track? Sam Smith found out.
Kettle Moraine Preservation & Restoration preserves the untold stories and forgotten legends of America's greatest race.
Reflections on a drive to the light.
Editor-at-large Sam Smith recently spent a few days with an Integra Type R. He loved it so much, he bought it.
Sam Smith recently drove the Nurburgring-dominating GT2 RS. He came back with a lot to say.
Your first track-day on a bike will leave you wanting more, and to never want to do it again.
America's greatest road course is special for a reason.
The lost art of babbitt bearings.
Obsessions in the rearview.
Long-term supercars and other distractions.
How Alois Ruf built a 211-mph yellow streak in his garage... and beat the world.