There's almost nothing to distinguish this in-game footage from reality.
Stock engines are so boring.
All with video to back them up, these are some of the quickest production cars to ever lap Germany's most famous, difficult track.
Seven decades of seeing red.
Old 911s have a reputation for tricky handling. But master their quirks, and the rewards are endless.
With that much power, that much tire, and a little wheelbase, this thing must be absurd to drive.
This is what happens when you dump tens of thousands of dollars into an old 964.
It's not just supercars that come from Woking.
Thanks to four-wheel drive traction, a healthy tune and some aftermarket hardware, this F-150 can tear up a drag strip.
Here's what to look out for so you don't get screwed.
A lot of people will tell you that engine braking is bad for your car. But is it really?
Before standardization, every town in America used a different type of traffic signal. It's a wonder anyone knew when to stop or go.
Where we see a Bentley, he sees possiblity.
Buying a lemon sucks—here's the proof.
DB5? No thanks. We'll take the submarine Lotus instead.
Cars don't get more opulent than what you see here.
Earlier today, we claimed that Porsche has never made a traditional grille. Turns out, we weren't entirely correct.
Imagine how hard it is on the road.
Text to Ticket wants to create an army of highway vigilantes, catching distracted drivers and profiting from it.
Rocket man François Gissy is at it again with a trike that does 0-60 in half a second powered by nothing more than rainwater.
It might not look like much, but one-inch of damage was enough to write off an entire Corvette.
The process takes dozens of steps and requires the utmost skill and precision to get right.
Of course, it had just 528 miles on it since new and was in gorgeous condition, but we can't believe it.
It's all about the hardware.