There’s no such thing as too much of a good thing. Take “car fails” for instance. We just can’t get enough of watching other drivers in misery either because of their own or someone else’s stupidity!
With the Oscars over we are reminded that often the real star of a hit film is not the hero (or villain) but the car they were driving.
With that in mind we found this list of the 10 most famous film cars. Let us know what you think:
For some drivers, burning rubber is the height of driver prowess. Unfortunately, the fact is that burning your tires not only puts your transmission at risk it can also lead to unintentional crashes and disasters.
Who has the toughest truck on the planet? This video will give you a clue:
If you wonder what kind of trouble Justin Bieber got into this week, this video might offer some clues. Of course this is NOT Justin Bieber and we have no idea what he was doing in that Lamborghini in Miami–or if he even was in Miami (perhaps it was his stunt double?)
You know who set the Guinness World record for the top speed for a street car at 455kmh?
But don’t take our word for it. Watch this:
This Ford GT created by Performance Power Racing managed to set the Guinness World Record for top speed in a street car. The world record attempt took place on NASA’s shuttle landing facility at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This Ford GT managed to set a world record top speed of 283.232 mph (455.82 km/h). This is a lot faster than the Veyron. The secret behind this success is an engine with an output of 1,700 hp and a newly developed alloy, called pandalloy, which was used for manufacturing various parts.
There are three Japanese sports cars from the 1990s and 2000s you need to buy right now, if you can find good ones that have been *properly molested*. What are they? Find out.
With Mike Prichinello and Zac Moseley from Classic Car Club Manhattan.
Insane Supercars, Flooring it in the streets of London! What more do you want? This video shows some of the BEST accelerations caught on camera this year!!
On December 11, 2013, a 700 HP Hennessey C7 became the first 2014 Corvette Stingray to break the 200 mph barrier by reaching a maximum speed of 200.6 mph.
These are videos from 1989 and 1990 Sprint Car and dirt track crashes, flips, fights and good finishes. Most clips are from Big H Speedway (now Houston Motor Sports Park) in Houston, Texas.