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PostHeaderIcon Ford Subtly Calls Out The Chevy Silverado and Ram 1500 in Latest F-150 Ad

The Ford F-150 has been the undisputed king in the full-size pickup segment, and the Blue Oval isn’t getting tired of reminding everyone where the line behind the F-150 starts. Ford’s latest chest-puffing piece comes in the form of a 30-second commercial that reinforces the F-150’s leadership in the full-size pickup segment. Without specifically mentioning its rivals, Ford is throwing a bucket of reality to the rest of the market, letting everyone know that no matter what they do, they’re not going to beat the segment’s resident big dog.

PostHeaderIcon Watch Someone Offroad a 2016 Ferrari FF as it Screams for Mercy

It’s been a minute since we a Ferrari FF made the news, and for fanboys of Scuderia’s recently discontinued grand tourer, this video of the FF getting the rough treatment isn’t something you’d want to see. The 30-second video shows a black FF getting wasted on a hilly patch of grass in what can only be described as wasted money. It’s unclear who the owner of this FF is, but based on how he seems to have little care for the supercar’s well-being, we’re guessing that he has no problems paying for whatever damages it may incur from his haphazard driving.

PostHeaderIcon Video: Jay Leno Drives a 1978 Hongqi CA770

Jay Leno gets to drive some pretty unusual cars, and this massive Chinese limo is definitely up there with the strangest ones. It’s a 1978 Hongqi CA770, definitely a very intriguing car for any westerner primarily because very few are left, and most of the ones that did remain in Asia – chances are you’ll never see one outside of a museum.

PostHeaderIcon Team O’Neil Rally School Gives a Brief Lesson on How To Execute a Pendulum Turn: Video

In theory, getting a car sideways is a relatively simple endeavor, right? Turn the wheel, mash the throttle, and counter-steer your way to glory – easy enough! Well, as you might imagine, the reality is a little different. Most cars are setup to understeer in a corner, which means if you overcook it on the entry, you’re going headfirst into whatever is planted on the periphery. Luckily, there are numerous techniques to fix this problem, including something called the “Pendulum Turn,” as explained by Team O’Neil Rally School in this brief sub-3-minute video.

In case you were unaware, Team O’Neil Rally School is one of the top racing schools in the country. Nestled in the mountains of New Hampshire, the school offers a plethora of courses that cover the art and science of shredding terra, and this video is a decent brief on just one of the techniques taught.

Alternately called a Scandinavian Flick, the Pendulum Turn is used to load up a car’s suspension with the weight of the body on one side before pivoting it all to the other side, breaking traction over the rear end and rotating the car in the process. It’s a pretty common technique used throughout motorsport, including ice racing, drifting, and of course, rally racing, and the folks at O’Neil do a good job explaining the basics in such a brief amount of time.

Of course, it should go without saying – if you plan on trying a Pendulum Turn for yourself, make sure it’s in a safe environment, as mastering this technique is certainly no simple feat. Assume you’re gonna muck it up and avoid the tears. Stay safe out there, people!

PostHeaderIcon Watch This Absurd CBR-Swapped Reliant Robin Attack a Hillclimb: Video

Around these parts, the Reliant Robin is considered to be, well, a little strange. A lot of it boils down to the drivetrain layout, with two driven wheels in the rear, and a single wheel up front to steer. The set-up helps with regards to licensing, as the Robin is technically considered a motorcycle in its native England. However, dynamically speaking, it’s pretty unwieldily on the road. Basically, it goes like this – if you take a corner with any kind of velocity, the car will roll right over itself, something Jeremy Clarkson demonstrated with dramatic clarity back in the old Top Gear days. However, against all odds, someone decided this was the right platform to build a fire-breathing hill climb racer. Seriously. We have the video to prove it.

This sub-4-minute clip comes to us courtesy of the YouTube channel HillClimb Monsters, which claims this mean green machine comes packing with 110 horsepower and 12,000 rpm thanks to a Honda CBR 1000 engine swap. It’s also got a wide body kit to help fit the larger wheels in back, a full aero kit, and a stripped interior for even less weight.

Seeing this thing rage up the hillclimb is like watching a one-legged man do a tightrope walk. You hold your breath in anticipation of something going wrong, with every corner presenting a new opportunity for the unique little racer to roll off and add some of that green paint to the grass. Amazingly, the driver holds it together, all while the high-strung powerplant does its thing at full chat.

PostHeaderIcon Watch Joe Achilles Drive the Amazing BMW Z8

BMW has produced a lot of cars over the years, and the Z8 has arguably been one of its highlights. The minimalist looks and a strong engine make this a car in demand even 20 years after its launch. The BMW Z8’s most famous appearance has been in the James Bond movie franchise. In this video, Joe Achilles tries to answer why the Z8 is so special, and what makes this car a true gem.

PostHeaderIcon Fail: Kiki Challenge in the Car Wash Gone Wrong

Unsurprisingly, Drake’s “In My Feelings” has claimed yet another victim. As videos of folks jumping out of moving cars to dance in the middle of the road continue to proliferate, it’s not unexpected than some of ‘em don’t exactly go as planned. Such is the case here, where the participants unwittingly create a suicide-hinged door in a car wash.

The video starts as you’d expect – a woman dancing outside a car, her friend cheering her on from the driver’s seat as she films. But there’s a twist – this is all taking place inside a drive-through car wash, and the car is moving across an automatic conveyor belt. Cue the drama.

The pair realize their mistake too late, and despite hopping back into the cabin, the car’s passenger door finds itself smashed against a big scrubber brush. As the car moves backwards, the door gets shoved forward by the brush, bending it at an unnatural angle.

Meanwhile, the idiotic passengers are left unharmed. Maybe a little sudsy.

The car in question is an unidentified Scion model, and we’re left wondering what happens next. Does the cabin fill with water? Do the idiots drive away? Does the carwash owner freak out?

We can only guess.

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PostHeaderIcon This 1,200-Horsepower Dodge Demon is No Joke: Video

Hennessey Performance’s new engine upgrade package for the Challenger Demon raises the muscle car’s output to 1,200 horsepower. Called the HPE1200, the program makes the Demon’s standard output of 840 horsepower look like a puppy by comparison. Hennessey put its crown jewel Challenger Demon program to the test, and as you’d expect it, “mercy” wasn’t in the muscle car’s vocabulary.

PostHeaderIcon The Hoonigans Feature A Drifter Who Drives Using Just His Feet: Video

Motorsport is hard, no matter the level, no matter the series, no matter the car. All of it takes supreme dedication and effort, and if you don’t have the fires of passion to propel you, you’ll never get off the couch. Bartosz Ostalowski – well, he’s got the passion, that much is obvious. Despite the losing his arms in a motorcycle accident, Ostalowski managed to find a way to continue doing what he loves, namely getting sideways in a big cloud of tire smoke. Believe it or not, he does it all using his feet.

The Hoonigan crew went to Poland to check it out for themselves, linking up with Ostalowski during some shakedown practice runs prior to his stint in a recent Drift Masters event. His car is a Nissan Skyline GT-R R34, which comes stuffed with a V-8 powerplant. The power hits the rear wheels through an eight-speed gearbox from ZF, with cog swaps executed via a custom paddle mounted near his right shoulder. Ostalowski steers using his left foot, and works the pedals with his right foot, plus there’s a third e-brake pedal to lock the rears during tandem battles.

Watching Ostalowski work his magic is nothing short of incredible. The man is obviously a killer drifter, but the fact he manages it all using just his feet takes it all to an entirely new level. Watching it all go down is an inspiration, and we’re convinced Ostalowski has a very bright career ahead of him.

PostHeaderIcon Watch a Race-Prepped Subaru Legacy Attack a Hill Climb: Video

While the Subaru WRX gets plenty (and I do mean plenty) of love in the performance world, it’s not the only Six Star out there to offer a heady dose of thrills behind the wheel. Take the Legacy RS, a turbocharged AWD slingshot which, properly prepared, can still bring the heat in a major way, as evidenced by this 3-minute, 35-second hill climb video.

The vid includes both exterior shots and interior shots of the Legacy’s run, and provides plenty of pops and bangs through the audio to get your blood flowing.

According to HillClimb Monsters, the channel that posted the video, the Legacy belongs to Damien Bradley from Team Legacy U.K., and comes fresh from the world of time attack competition. Specs include a six-speed sequential race transmission (man, that thing is loud in the interior shots), race-spec six-pot brakes from Alcon, and Nitron suspension bits. Apparently, its also got 700 horsepower thanks to a fully built boxer engine and GT35R turbo, although we think the tune might a bit lower, at least on this particular run.

Either way, seeing this thing scorch its way up the hill is a delight all the same.

PostHeaderIcon Motherboard Features the Mechanic Reviving Wrecked Teslas: Video

When it comes to bringing a car back from the brink, there are plenty of folks out there to look to as a good example – at least as far as internal combustion is concerned. That said, the ICE is slowly (but surely) giving way to electric power, which begs the question: what happens to the art of the restoration when batteries run the world? This man has the answer. His name is Rich, and he likes to rebuild Teslas.

“Tesla’s stance in rebuilding vehicles is only they should do it,” Rich explains. “I would say I’m the first person to bring a Tesla that’s completely dead to running and driving, almost showroom floor quality, independently, by themselves. At this point, I would consider myself the Dr. Frankenstein of Teslas.”

We certainly think that’s an appropriate title. Rich’s brilliance is in his deep understanding of how America’s most popular all-electric car works. Not only does he source all his own parts, but he singlehandedly wrenches them into shape. The end result is nothing less than amazing.

Rich shares his work on his YouTube channel Rich Rebuilds,
posting video topics that include how-to’s, upgrades, tear downs, and a whole lot more. We love his DIY attitude, not to mention the fact he’s pretty much the only mechanic out there that we know of who’s going this deep on Teslas.

“If you own something, if you purchase something free and clear, then you should be able to fix it yourself,” Rich says.

Amen to that.

PostHeaderIcon Motherboard Features the Mechanic Reviving Wrecked Teslas: Video

When it comes to bringing a car back from the brink, there are plenty of folks out there to look to as a good example – at least as far as internal combustion is concerned. That said, the ICE is slowly (but surely) giving way to electric power, which begs the question: what happens to the art of the restoration when batteries run the world? This man has the answer. His name is Rich, and he likes to rebuild Teslas.

“Tesla’s stance in rebuilding vehicles is only they should do it,” Rich explains. “I would say I’m the first person to bring a Tesla that’s completely dead to running and driving, almost showroom floor quality, independently, by themselves. At this point, I would consider myself the Dr. Frankenstein of Teslas.”

We certainly think that’s an appropriate title. Rich’s brilliance is in his deep understanding of how America’s most popular all-electric car works. Not only does he source all his own parts, but he singlehandedly wrenches them into shape. The end result is nothing less than amazing.

Rich shares his work on his YouTube channel Rich Rebuilds,
posting video topics that include how-to’s, upgrades, tear downs, and a whole lot more. We love his DIY attitude, not to mention the fact he’s pretty much the only mechanic out there that we know of who’s going this deep on Teslas.

“If you own something, if you purchase something free and clear, then you should be able to fix it yourself,” Rich says.

Amen to that.

PostHeaderIcon Design Cut Build Creates a Bad Little Hitch Wagon: Video

The third season of Design Cut Build is in full swing, and as you might expect, Aaron and Iggy are once again making all kinds of impressive fabricated creations. The latest is a custom metal wagon that can link up with the trailer hitch of Chad’s SUV, so it’s straight to the drawing board to piece this thing together from scratch.

After laying it out in marker, the boys start by building the hitch tongue, followed by fabricating a straight rectangular wagon frame. Then they put together the endplates and mesh sides, and by then, the project really starts to look good.

At first, it might look like a pretty straightforward project, but like anything you build out of raw metal, you gotta take it step by step. Luckily, that’s exactly what the Design Cut Build is good at.

Hit play to see how it all comes together!

PostHeaderIcon BMW Z4 M40i Prototype Laps Nürburgring in 7:55

We got an eye-full of the new BMW Z4 at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering last month during Monterey Car Week, and while it was great to see the Bavarian’s latest creation parked, we didn’t get a chance to see it in motion. Now, we have an in-depth look at the Z4’s dynamic capability, as it just went less than 8 minutes at the ‘Ring.

Continue reading for the full story.

PostHeaderIcon Toyota Truck Starts to Climb a Rock with Just the Torque From its Starter Motor

Pure-bred off-roaders are pretty wild machines, clawing their way through crazy terrain that looks more like the moon than anything you’d expect to find a car on. Enabling this capability is the right combination of mechanical bits, as evidenced by the Toyota featured above, which manages to mount a steep slab of granite through the torque of its starter motor.

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PostHeaderIcon Watch the Mercedes-AMG E53 Mild Hybrid Make a Gut-Churning Top-Speed Run

The Mercedes-AMG E 53 Coupe isn’t a whippersnapper the way performance cars are. But, it’s far from a tortoise, either. The AMG E 53 Coupe is surprisingly quick on its feet. It’s capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds, and while its 158-mph top speed isn’t anything to write home about, it’s still capable of putting a lot of cars in its segment in their proper places. A big part of the AMG E 53 Coupe’s performance capabilities rests on its powertrain. It has a twin-turbocharged, inline-six and a mild hybrid setup with EQ Boost that combine to produce a total of 450 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque. All that power — and the resulting crackling sound it produces — was on full display in this video of the coupe running roughshod over the Autobahn.

PostHeaderIcon Iranian Real Estate Tycoon Has One of The Sickest Car Garages You’ll Ever See

Iranian real estate mogul Manny Khosbin’s car garage features of some of the most incredible supercars known to man. These aren’t just “standard” supercars, either. They’re one-off exotics of some of the most exclusive pieces of automotive machinery in the world. Famous YouTube personality, Shmee150, recently visited Khosbin’s California garage, and he captured his whole visit on video for all of us to see.

PostHeaderIcon Video: Watch a Tuned 3 Series Give a Ferrari 430 Scuderia a Run for its Money

On paper, a BMW E92 335i has no business engaging a Ferrari F430 Scuderia in a drag race. It’s a hilarious mismatch if both cars come in standard form. Fortunately for the Bimmer, it’s not just a typical E92 335i. It’s been tuned to compete with Maranello’s finest on a drag strip.

PostHeaderIcon Donut Media Features the Most Awesome Geo Tracker You’ll Ever See: Video

For Delton Hubbard and his car obsession, “never enough” is the perfect descriptor. What started as an unquenchable thirst for Hot Wheels collectibles eventually blossomed into a full-blown, real-sized custom build, and now, Hubbard’s passion for Hot Wheels might net him a spot in the history books with his very own custom die-cast model.

One look at this thing will reveal exactly what we mean by “full-blown.” Sitting under that enormous nitrous-fed supercharged V-8 is a Chevrolet Geo Tracker, which now, after an enormous amount of work, looks every bit the part of a Hot Wheels toy. The paint is a crazy shade of orange mixed and matched with some wild graphic overlays, while nitrous bottles dot the exterior and interior alike. There’s even a wind up key in back.

Don’t be fooled – this thing is 100 percent real, and everything works as you’d expect, as evidenced by the smokey burnout the Tracker rips at the start of the video.

Hubbard recently took his creation to the Hot Wheels Legend tour in Charlotte, North Carolina, where it managed to secure a spot to go to SEMA 2018 in Las Vegas. There, the Tracker will go up against several other finalists in a bid to become an authentic Hot Wheels collectible.

Hubbard’s passion is palpable in the video, and we certainly wish him all the luck in Vegas!

PostHeaderIcon Petrolicious Features the Ultimate Ferrari Dino: Video

Ferrari Dino 246 GTWe’re still buzzing from all the craziness that was Monterey Car Week 2018, from the parties, to the auctions, to the racing, to the always-awesome Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. It’s all pretty overwhelming, to be honest. Pretty much anywhere you go in Monterey during Car Week, you’ll find high-end machinery that elicits a sense of lust and admiration – and this 1972 Ferrari Dino is no different. Making the scene last week at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, this black Italian icon is called the Monza 3.6 Evo, and it’s unlike any Dino you’ve ever seen.

Created by well-known Ferrari collector David Lee, the Monza 3.6 Evo is an amalgamation of new and old, combining a classic Dino body with a slew of upgrades that take it a whole new level. Mounted just behind the cabin, the Evo draws its power from a Ferrari F40 block that’s naturally aspirated and bored to 3.6 liters. Put your foot down, and this thing emits a truly jaw-dropping sound. Outside, the gorgeous Dino body was also upgraded, this time with plus-sized wheels and reshaped fenders that give it a unique, yet understated factory-style aesthetic.

Put these things together with upgraded suspension bits, new brakes, and other high-end goodies, and the result will have you floored, guaranteed.

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