Formula 1 Does Not Issue Statement Concerning Abu Dhabi's Anti-LGBT Law

As of the time of this publication, Formula 1 has not released a statement on Abu Dhabi's anti-gay law. The law makes anything that falls under the umbrella term "sodomy" punishable with upto 14 years in prison. We will update this post as the story develops. » 3/31/15 1:42pm Yesterday 1:42pm

You Know That Feeling When It Gets Real?

It just got real. A military man privy to the investigation wanting to seem important and told the New York Times that one pilot was locked out of the Germanwings cockpit, banging on the door trying to get back inside. If true, it's bad. » 3/25/15 11:02pm 3/25/15 11:02pm

Called It! (Almost)

Chip Ganassi is taking his team rallying! Called it. Except for he's going Rally Crossing, not Rallying. And it's a Ford, not a Mazda. And Kyle Larson isn't doing the testing. » 3/18/15 1:23pm 3/18/15 1:23pm

The Cars of Japan Are Changing, But Some Aren't Ready

Change happens slowly in Japan, but it does happen. You wake up one day, and things that weren't possible years ago are happening today. Nowhere is that more evident than in the automobiles which will represent Japan in foreign markets—but that's to the chagrin of some who wanted a more "Japanese" car. » 3/13/15 12:30pm 3/13/15 12:30pm

Spread the Word

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