Monster truck “racing” technically includes a contest of who can get to the finish line first, but really this sport is about showmanship. And when Grave Digger’s signature red headlights come on. you know you’re about to see something amazing.
Daytona International Speedway is undergoing its first major renovation in 55 years. Its first ever, really. On a recent visit, we found out just how far 40 million tons of steel, miles of fiber, and an eye towards the future will take an aging behemoth—one that can swallow 14 football stadiums whole.
Google Cardboard and its ilk are proving that virtual reality isn't just the realm of the Oculus Rift; you can do wonders with not much more than a phone and a couple of lenses. I saw some proof of that this morning, when I rode shotgun in a motorsports rally by strapping a phone to my face.
Formula One steering wheels are known for being incredibly complicated pieces of tech that take a long time to master. This latest generation of wheels have even more systems to manage than ever. Here's Ferrari tester Marc Gene to break it all down.
Mercedes has been dominating F1 this season, and a big technical secret why has just come out — they split their turbo in half.
Racing driver Brendan Tuck din't just survive this crash, which saw his car hit two walls and roll ten times, he walked away from it.
Getting put under for having your wisdom teeth out does some funky things to you. Enter Annie, who believes she's a NASCAR driver with "tattoos on her hands" who "just won the World Series of being the fastest NASCAR driver."
If there is a way to race something, people will race it. Enter the Power Racing Series, which is basically souped up Power Wheels built on a budget of $500. It is one of the most ridiculous, crazy, innovative, fun, and dangerous racing experiences I've ever seen, and you need to do it now.
Incidents occur in racing all the time. Sometimes they're just racing incidents while other times they're blatant and deserve a penalty. I think this one deserves every penalty possible. It also deserves a little word to whatever or whoever you believe in that this man survived.
Michael Stofflet recently came face to face with every racing driver's nightmare. His Dirt Modified car rolled over after a crash, pinning him inside. Then came the fuel leak. Then came the flames.
Most sports, including Icelandic youth soccer, are televised. Unfortunately, American broadcasters dictate we get 900 hours of NASCAR for every one hour of something we actually want. Here's our guide to watching live sports when the powers-that-be won't let you.
Have you ever seen how close photographers and spectators get to the action at rally car events? This guy is lucky that his head didn't go flying with his DSLR.