Casual Friday - F1 - Oil Burning Issue Explained
We've all had that car that burns a little too much oil. In Formula 1 recently that's been the same issue but these teams have been doing it on purpose to make more power. If there has ever been a Motorsport where teams play in the grey area to make power, it's Formula 1.
Jeep just revealed the all new 2018 Jeep Wrangler, which features a significant number of ascetic changes. Has Jeep strayed too far from the iconic styling queues Wranglers are known for, or is this the best looking Jeep yet?
With the off season coming up in western Canada for the automotive enthusiast, we are going to start covering more motorsport stories, starting with the Big White Winter Rally.
The Tesla Semi, the revolutionary vehicle to turn the trucking industry upside down
The videos and photos that come out of the show every year make some people believe they don't need to see this show in person, they can just sit back and watch it unfold on social media. But until you actually have the opportunity to attend its hard to get an accurate scope of just how big this show is.
Keep up to date on the first two days of the 2017 SEMA Auto Show in sunny Las Vegas Nevada.
Mazda has been getting a lot of attention the past few weeks because the rumor mill was talking about a spark less gasoline motor. While that rumor is not completely accurate, it is not far off.
Once you’ve fitted aftermarket wheels to your car, you can no longer walk into a tire shop and order tires based on the original manufacturers tire specifications for your vehicle. So, instead of giving the technician at your favorite tire shop a blank look when he asks what size tires you need, read through this article so you can confidently order the perfect tires for your car.
When I think of Australian car culture images of old Ford Falcons and Holden Commodores come to mind, the big bodied V8 cars that dominate the V8 Supercars Championship. The Holden Ute, a V8 powered RWD, modern day version of an EL Camino, has made car enthusiasts jealous of our friends down under for years.
Little bit longer of a video for you guys today, but it worth seeing the amount of work that went into this '69 Camaro. Roadster Shop out of Mundelein, IL took this '69 Camaro, which looked like it was in decent shape to begin with, from mild to wild with this futuristic restomod. This project is powered by a 680hp 6.2L LT1 built by Texas Speed & Performance, putting power down through a Tremec T56 Magnum transmission.