If you’re looking for a track-friendly sports car, the first brand that comes to mind probably isn’t Lexus. But now it looks like Toyota’s luxury side is looking to change that with the new Lexus RC F Track Edition.
When I moved to Williamsburg in August, I knew that sooner or later, I would have to map out a plan on how to commute once the area’s main subway lifeline shutters service between Brooklyn and Manhattan. My Honda S2000 wouldn’t save me. Neither would my Subaru WRX STI. So here’s how I’m fighting New York’s worst…
The Metropolitan Transit Authority’s subway system is in a desperate shape and its riders are very, very vocal about just how terrible it can be.
Construction for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s L train subway tunnel has been ongoing in Lower Manhattan, and recently, locals have noticed dumpsters filled with cartoonishly green ooze on the site. And no, this isn’t some setup to a Ninja Turtles joke.
The youths have done it again. They’ve taken things we consider holy and close to our heart—exotic cars, music, pizza, as examples—and lit a metaphorical match to all of it right in front of our eyes. This time, it was for a music video, and honestly, it might just be too impressive to hate.
My friendly coworkers spent much of this summer holding me back from physically and verbally attacking our now-late intern, Mack Hogan. Not because of his overbearing friendliness or constant spewing of bad takes. But rather, because he has no idea about car buying.
Those massive triple-truck road trains that dominate our highways baffle me. “What type of person would subject themselves to that kind of terror?” I’ve asked myself. While stuck in snarled traffic Monday, I approached one trucker in the middle of an interstate to find out.
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I’ve owned countless used cars that have been abused by the Northeast’s terrible winters, that have suffered from bizarre mechanical maladies and have been downright horrible decisions on my part. But none have made it out as well as my recently purchased 184,000-mile Honda S2000.
I’m throwing my well-used Honda S2000 up on a lift this weekend for the first time for some light maintenance, and I also want to give it a full look over while it’s up there. The car’s new to me and I haven’t done a real deep-dive yet (which I maybe should have done before letting all my co-workers hoon it.) What…
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The 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed, that wondrous celebration of all things motoring, officially sets off today, and you can watch it live from our friendly Facebook page.
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I had a 2006 BMW M5 with more than 180,000 miles dialed up in my possession the past four months or so. Well, until Sunday. It was fast, loud, fun to drive, and honestly, in pretty desperate need of repair. Instead of doing those repairs, I decided I’d trade the car for a much better car, a 2002 Honda S2000, that…
Me and a buddy just spent nearly 40 hours straight driving from New York to California and back to New York on minimal sleep in a Ford Fiesta ST. We knew it wouldn’t be easy, but how not-easy was it? Let’s just say I think I’ve come up with the ultimate guide on what not to do on a long road trip.
How does one end up at a track day without a car? In my case, it was because I foolishly agreed to ride shotgun across the country from New York to California, in a smelly friend’s Ford Fiesta ST, all so he could do a track day at Laguna Seca. But I’d be be damned if I wasn’t going to make an event out of my…
It took some time for these now-trendy cars to catch on.