Archive For March, 2011

Damn Good Pic: 1st-Gen Nissan Skyline GT-R

By | March 31, 2011

Sometime we run across a picture that’s just too good not to share with our readers. Our informal official photographer, Tyson Call, released this beautiful shot of an even more beautiful 1st-gen Nissan GT-R’s backside. See the full sized shot on Tyson Call’s Flickr page. [Chad Waite]

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Review: 2012 Fiat 500

By | March 30, 2011

Good things come in small packages. Odds are this phrase has you already conjuring up images of diamond jewelry, electronic gadgets, or Linda Hunt in a box. You’re probably not thinking about small B-segment cars like the Toyota Yaris or the terrible Smart ForTwo. It’s that phrase, however, that the new Fiat 500 came to […]

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Did You Hear That? Meh, I’ll Just Park.

By | March 30, 2011

We can imagine the conversation going a little like that. Although, it appears as if that conversation were likely preceded by a Scandinavian flick and a rear-sliding drift. Not sure how many curbs you’ve hit, but we’re pretty sure it’s pretty hard to do this from our experience. Fail! Now call a tow-fail to come […]

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Guy Conquers Hells Revenge in a Crown Vic

By | March 29, 2011

Hell’s Revenge is widely regarded as one of the most intense off-roading trails Moab has to offer. It’s also the very last place you’d expect to find a guy driving a mid-90s Ford Crown Victoria. Wonder how the Frankenburban would do on this….

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SCCA Autocross: The Art of Cone Racing

By | March 28, 2011

If you have: A. A car B. Played more than 40 hours of Gran Turismo or Forza 3 and C. Some cash and the desire to race in real life, then why the hell are you not autocross racing!? Every summer the Utah Region of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) hosts a slew […]

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Our Dream Ferrari Neighborhood

By | March 27, 2011

OK, don’t listen to us yet – just watch the video. We’ll give you a moment… Did you notice something that all the homes had in common? If you said that they’re all built of brick, you’re in the wrong place. We’re fully convinced after seeing this that FDR had it wrong when he said […]

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