Twenty years ago if you parked your neutral-colored 1999 Toyota Camry at the local mall, chances are you had a really hard time finding it.
The 1999 Daytona 500 was the 41st incarnation of this exciting event, and was memorable for winner Jeff Gordon’s three-wide pass.
NHRA’s Northeast Division did not have a good time in 1999.
The innovation of using radar allowed for the creation of adaptive cruise control systems.
When the two words ‘Callaway’ and ‘Corvette” come together, it can mean only only thing–speed.
20 years ago, hybrid vehicles were introduced to the USA with the Honda Insight.
20 years ago, engineer Richard Brown (aka Rocketman) built a rocket powered bike with the hopes of breaking the current land speed record of 332 mph.
John “Gunner” Gunnell brings us this Throwback Thursday story on Bill Davis’ Race Car Collection.
On November 19, 1952, a team of Lincolns ran the Mexican Road Race as stock cars and proved their worth.
Carl Pyper never plans to restore his 1914 board track racer.