My Love for Mopars and What Sparked My Love for Others
While a Mopar girl at heart, I will always appreciate the history and designs of cars from other automakers.
Welcome to The Gearhead Girl: A Relaunch and a Reintroduction
Introducing The Gearhead Girl, a sort of The Car Aficionada 2.0.
From Daily Driver to Race Car: The Story of a 2005 Mazda 3 S
You may expect to see nothing but high performance cars at a track day event. But what about the daily driver that’s from down the street? That is the case for this 2005 Mazda 3 S.
Ten Feet of Trouble: The Tale of an Austin Mini
The story of how a 16-year love affair with an Austin Mini that was imported from England began.
10 Gifts for the Car Enthusiast
With the holidays just around the corner, you may be wondering what gifts to get for the car enthusiast on your shopping list.
Much ADO About Project 15: A History of the Classic Mini
Sir Alec Issigonis hadn’t even seen a car until he was 12 years old. But at 50, he began designing one of the most iconic vehicles ever produced: the classic Mini.
The Saga of Mechanics and Female Customers
The difficulties of dealing with an auto repair shop for a brake job and how female customers are sometimes treated by mechanics.
Volvo: Spearheading Vehicle Safety Through the Years
Volvo has stood the test of time since being founded in 1927, becoming synonymous with safety, reliability, and high-quality motoring.
Inspirational and Goal-Driven Racing Pioneer Lyn St. James
An inspiration for all racers, Lyn St. James worked her way from competing in local Florida races to racing in renowned events such as the Indy 500 and 24 Hours of Daytona.
How Imported Car Tariffs Could Impact the U.S. Auto Industry
With 25 percent imported car tariffs possibly on the horizon, how could it affect the automotive industry in the United States?
Are Vehicle Safety Systems Worth It?
As there are more and more safety systems being implemented in modern vehicles, are they reducing the number of crashes on the road, or are they making drivers worse and more dangerous?
Porsche Throughout Its Decades
Porsche has been synonymous with sports cars and motorsport for decades. This month, the German automaker celebrated its 70th anniversary. Here’s a look at Porsche’s legendary cars throughout its history.
The Story of the Shively Speed Machine
From the 1960’s through the mid-’80s, this ’57 Chevy tore up dragstrips under the Shively Speed Machine banner before being put into storage. Today, the restored drag car is displayed at car shows and raced at nostalgia drag-racing events.
Chemical Guys Torq Foam Blaster 6 Kit Review
While looking around online for a new car-wash tool, I found the Chemical Guys Torq Foam Blaster 6. This kit comes with everything you need to easily clean your vehicle.
Keeping Its Roots in Rally Racing: STI Celebrates 30 Years
Maintaining its roots in rally racing, Subaru Tecnica International, better known as STI, has been Subaru’s in-house motorsport and high-performance division for 30 years.
The Elephant: A History of Chrysler’s Hemi Engine
It’s the design of the Hemi engine that made it special and highly desirable in racing and hot rodding, as it became known for its massive horsepower, low-end grunt, and physical size.
Will Autonomous Cars Ever Be Part of Everyday Life?
It’s no secret that automakers are working on autonomous cars. But how soon will autonomous cars be an everyday thing, or will they ever be? What are some of the questions that need to be answered first?
Subaru Throughout Its Decades
Known for its all-wheel-drive vehicles, Subaru hasn’t had an easy drive in the United States since it introduced the 360 microcar in 1968. But the automaker continues to grow.
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