This weekend marks the end of Drive Your British Car Week. Yes, that's a thing. And yes, my British car is still broken.
Mine held a real Shelby Cobra. Yes, held: past tense. You ever have one of those days that just changes your life?
Mazda is set to build the next Alfa Romeo Spider for Fiat. Me, I'm just remembering.
The Silicon Valley carmaker has announced a milestone: Its electric sedan will soon be in customer hands. But what do you think?
Today, I drove Ford's 200-mph miracle Mustang. I can't say much, but here's a peek.
Few men have made more of an impact on American motorsports. I never met him, but like a lot of people, I feel like I did.
Chevrolet's built-in-Australia, fleet-only police car isn't catching on in America. On a somewhat related note, you can now buy a lightly used one.
MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi is retiring, but only from bikes. If you're paying attention, this might get interesting.
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Clifford Atiyeh has spent his entire life driving cars he doesn't own. Raised in Volvos, he has grown to love fast, irresponsible vehicles of all kinds. He is the senior news editor at MSN Autos and also reports for Car and Driver, Road & Track, The Boston Globe and other publications.
In the garage: 21-speed Iron Horse, 2002 Jeep Wrangler X (not his)
Doug Newcomb has covered car technology for over 20 years for outlets ranging from Rolling Stone to Edmunds.com. In 2008, he published his first book, "Car Audio for Dummies" (Wiley). He lives and drives in Hood River, Ore., with his wife and two kids, who share his passion for cars and technology.
In the garage: 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS, two 1984 Chevrolet Blazers, 2008 Honda CR-V
James Tate learned to drive stick at age 13 in a 1988 Land Cruiser - in La Paz, Bolivia. He's since been a mechanic, on a pit crew and has wrenched on every car he's owned since his first 1989 Honda CRX Si (and won't stop until the car is a 1973 Porsche 911 RS). His work has appeared in Car and Driver, Popular Mechanics, Automobile and others.
In the garage: 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera, 1988 BMW M5