Eat, sleep, and breathe cars? Need a new workout regimen that will get you swoll for summer? Then check out U.S. Navy veteran and personal trainer, Kevin Becker, who deadlifts Datsuns like you do push-ups. Remember to lift with those knees, kids.

Ryan Tuerck and a bunch of supercars? What could possibly go wrong? Find out on new episode of Tuerck'd, as Ryan heads to Vancouver to meet up Daily Driven Exotics and their stable of Italian stallions.

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Goodwood Festival of Speed is always, well, good for vintage car enthusiasts and supercar voyeurism, but is always lacking in the excitement department...that is, until Mad Mike Whiddett and his "BadBul" Mazda SP3 RX8 take to the infamous hillclimb...

Zwingfilms latest Vlog is near and dear to our hearts, as he heads north of the border for an inside look at the making of the latest episode of Tuerck'd. If you've ever wondered what goes into producing an episode of these things, consider this the VERY glamorous crash course.

Straight from the pits at Gridlife Midwest, Ryan Tuerck answers your pressing drift questions before a 17-hour drive back to the East Coast for the fourth stop of Formula Drift 2016. This dude doesn't stop, so make sure to keep those questions coming!

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Nissan pitted their new uber-tech GT-R racing drone versus the 600-plus-HP 2017 Nissan GT-R at Silverstone to see who would come out on top. Spoiler alert: There goes Tokyoooo, go, go, Godzilla!

Baku City Circuit. Felipe Massa. Team Williams. 1.92 seconds. Yep, even that basic information probably takes you longer to process than it took for this to happen. Don't blink.

Get a crash course in automotive photography and filming in the latest Vlog from our dude, Zwingfilms, and his crew of car-crazy homies.

This weekend, the Goodwood Festival of Speed kicks off once again, and with comes Renault's truly bizarre, world-speed-setting 1934 Nervasport. Get a look beneath the hood of this French oddball right here.