What to watch. When to watch. Where to watch. Feast your eyeballs on another weekend in wild world of motorsports, featuring everything from King of The Hammers to FIA Formula E.
The GRC Circuit doesn't come within 5,000 miles of Norway, but that didn't stop British wheelman, Liam Doran, from grabbing his car, some studded tires, and heading north this off season. The destination? The infamous Gatebill ice race, where sideways is a way of life.
The game doesn't even have to be played, we're handing Audi the Super Bowl commercials win before it even goes down. Crank up David Bowie's "Starman" and revel in one of the best Super Bowl commercials we've ever seen.
Snowball fights are an eternal rite of passage for kids above the Mason Dixon line, but this dude just went ahead and shattered that age-old paradigm, retro-fitting a leaf blower in order to create an honest-to-goodness snowball machine gun. There goes the neighborhood, indeed.
Oh man, here's one for all you cold-weather gear heads out there: The Rothmans Porsche 911 SCRS drifting around the Nürburgring's Grand-Prix Circuit in six inches of fresh powder—no chains, no studs, no problem. Kick back, press play, and enjoy.
In the pantheon of hot-ticket ams, Canadian ripper Bobby de Keyzer—who does his stuff for Habitat and DC—is at or near the top. If you're not backing that, then turn off that Canucks game, take a big swig of that maple syrup, and check this out. Something tells me you'll come around in no time.
The Acura NSX is back. The world has waited over a decade for the return of the cult classic—just ask NASCAR owner Rick Hendrick who paid $1.2million for the first 2017 NSX VIN No. 001. Now being manufactured in North America, the NSX returns to hopefully do some damage. Add some David Lee Roth vocals and you've got a commercial that'll get you going...
A new Weekend on Wheels breaks down everything from Winter X Games to the IMSA Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway. It's gonna be a good one, so buckle up and enjoy the ride.
Have you taped your traction control switch permanently to the off position? Do you prefer a road atlas to a GPS? Are you simply sick of your car acting and driving like a robot? Then this 127-mph, WW1 fighter-powered 1905 Fiat Isotta Fraschini might just be your cup of Brandy-spiked tea. Pumping out 250 horsepower and 3,000-pound-feet of torque, this thing is a vestige of a bygone era, but dear god is it glorious to watch. Tune in and prepare to get nostalgic for the days when men were men and cars were steamships with wheels.