Monthly Archives: April 2017

Hellcat driver rips a burnout all the way through 7th gear

A burnout is fun. A burnout in which you shift into second gear is hilarious fun. If you drive one of Dodge's Charger or Challenger SRT Hellcats, you can keep that fun going all the way through your first seven gears. This was recently proven on a quiet city street in Poland, with a camera rolling...

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F1 organizers now favor Shield over Halo for cockpit protection

Formula One organizers late last week came out with the statement that a new Shield was the preferred cockpit protection solution to be introduced next year, as opposed to the previously preferred Halo solution which has been in development for the past several years and already tested by a number...

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Wife surprises her husband with McLaren 650S

My wife once surprised me with tickets to see my favorite band playing a concert in my favorite ballpark. It was an amazing gift, an amazing show, and I am very happy that my wife bought that for a past birthday. I'd be even happier if she'd purchased a car for me, although that's asking a lot...

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Elon Musk teases Tesla semi truck, reveals tunnel-boring plans

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed more details on the company's upcoming electric semi-trailer truck as well as his plans for a separate tunnel boring company aimed at alleviating traffic. During a TED talk held Friday in Vancouver, Musk presented the first image of the new Tesla truck which...

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Porsche patents active rear diffuser

While the horsepower wars continue, automakers are searching elsewhere to see where precious time can be shaved off of a hot lap. Porsche, in particular, is looking to redefine the rear diffuser. New patents published on April 27, 2017, with the United States Patent and Trademark Office show a rear...

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