I drove more than a million dollars worth of cars. Read about exactly how awesome the experience was.
The title of single biggest one-week product launch ever belongs to Elon Musk and his Tesla 3. Here's what we know, what we guess, and what could be.
That's right, C&G is back. Check out pictures and a short recap from last weekend.
Every year, the North American International Auto Show offers a bright spot in the middle of a cold winter, fanning the flames of automotive passion for those lucky enough to attend. Held at COBO Center in Detroit, NAIAS is an industry showcase for the latest products to be seen in a showroom near you. The show welcomes 6,000 members of the global automotive media, employees of the many automotive entities based in Southeastern Michigan and beyond, as well as hundreds of thousands of visitors during public show days.
An infographic on the Red Bull web site got us thinking about the differences between NASCAR and Formula One. Their head-to-head comparison, while technically accurate in many areas, felt a little biased. Of course, when you realize the Formula One car pictured in the infographic is a Red Bull-sponsored car, it makes a little more sense. That said, it's an enjoyable debate, so we're going to delve into the differences between the two series, discuss the merits of each, and why we like them both.