Jeremy Clarkson recently wrote an article for the British journal Sun Motors, explaining why your “mad” for daily driving a manual car. I think that’s rubbish.
Month: February 2016
Why You Don’t Need Nearly as Much Horsepower as the Internet Says
Last summer I drove a base model Corvette, and learned you don’t need nearly as much horsepower as the internet would have you believe.
Gallery: The Canadian International Autoshow
We went to the Canadian International Auto Show so that you don’t have to. Check out our full photo gallery.
Why Concept Cars Matter, Even if They Don’t Reach Production
We spent an evening with world-class designers and design students to answer one question: what’s the point of a concept if it never hits production?
The Good, The Bad, and Everything In-between: Wrapping up One Year of Miata Ownership.
I’ve spent a year now with this little car. It’s not perfect, but it’s pretty damn close.
Why Driving a Stock Car Is Perfectly Fine
We love modified cars, but simple, reliable track day toys can be loads of fun.