7 alternatives to the $75,000 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

Look, $75k is a lot of scratch. Here's an example: spec out a C7 Stingray, add the 3LT package, the Z51 Performance Package, and some tasty options. You know, the way you'd want it—the way we'd want it. That Corvette is still $5k less than the Z/28. The super-Camaro is badass, sure. But what else can you get for that… » 3/26/14 3:43pm 3/26/14 3:43pm

The 12 best unappreciated cars, according to Kinja

We thought we'd exhausted every worthy car that somehow, whether through idiocy or oversight, never managed to make it onto a 'Best Of" list. So we put our list out there, and asked you, the Kinja commenters, to double-check our thinking. Smugly, we thought you couldn't do much better than we did. We were wrong. These… » 2/26/14 4:41pm 2/26/14 4:41pm

How the NFL's hidden scourge also threatens NASCAR drivers

After years of ferocious hits weekly on the football field, we're seeing retired NFL players combat debilitating, ultimately fatal brain injuries. There's another sport where concussions can have the same effect: racing. Crashing carries risks long after a driver calls it a career, especially in NASCAR.

Now NASCAR is… » 1/31/14 1:31pm 1/31/14 1:31pm

What's it like to drive a 700hp prototype supercar in a downpour?

Max Prince has never driven anything quite like this. Its slapdash aero is meant to keep the LS9-powered mule hunkered down, but the airfield is sopping wet. There's no bodywork, because the V8 roadster isn't technically done. Max clears his throat and fires the engine. "Will I survive?" he wonders. » 1/29/14 6:06pm 1/29/14 6:06pm

Why didn't this 100 mph crash at Daytona kill Memo Gidley?

If you saw the horrible crash while watching the Rolex 24 at Daytona, you probably thought that Memo Gidley (and perhaps Matteo Malucelli in the Ferrari) were goners. And I can't blame you. But Robin Warner saw the crash and breathed a sigh of relief. Here's why: physics. You'll never look at a crash the same way… » 1/28/14 3:13pm 1/28/14 3:13pm

The new Ford F-150 is going to change your junkyard forever

It's time for a mass extinction. The junkyard you once knew will need to evolve, or die. In the new era, just 20 years from now, nearly 14 billion pounds of aluminum from new 2015 Ford F-150 trucks will flood auto recycling facilities, and if things work out right, aluminum prices will never be the same again. » 1/21/14 4:01pm 1/21/14 4:01pm

I think you're mistaken. We gathered nearly all of the readers' suggestions that were available at that time, provided the suggester left enough of a comment to be worth using, since we needed a caption for the slideshow. So, suggestions after we made the gallery, or suggestions with unusable comments that provided… » 12/04/13 12:52pm 12/04/13 12:52pm