Despite a decades-long presence in the tuning scene, Toyota's iconic Supra will be absent from Electronic Arts' upcoming "Need For Speed Heat". The reason? Well, that's just now coming into focus. When a fan tweeted at Toyota UK Tuesday to ask why the brand isn't represented in "Heat," the company's reply was succinct and eye-catching: "You can find our cars in "[Gran Turismo] Sport," which doesn't promote illegal street racing," Toyota UK replied. That tweet has since been deleted. On Wednesday, Toyota UK walked the statement back. In a fresh thread, the company reiterated its current...
Turbo GMC Sierra Kills Ferrari 458 Italia In Street Race: Video
A GMC Sierra takes on a Ferrari 458 Italia in an unlikely match up.Stephen Edelstein
British Columbia Sells Street Racer's Seized Lamborghini
British Columbia's Civil Forfeiture Office has sold a Lamborghini Gallardo seized after an alleged street race last August.Kurt Ernst
Friday Fun: Our Top Ten Retro Console Racing Games
Occasionally, the All Car Tech team gets pangs of nostalgia for times gone by, and we often yearn for the days of 1980s excess, when braces were red and Porsches were white with whale-tail spoilers. Inevitably, the subject of video games will pop up. We love a good racing game here, and the...Antony Ingram
GPS Racing: Over 7 Million Brits Try And Beat The Sat Nav
How long will a journey take from point A to point B? To get the answer, many of us will punch the destination into our GPS satellite navigation devices which give us an estimated time of arrival (ETA). However, a new survey thinks that subconsciously trying to beat the displayed ETA could be...Antony Ingram
One Dead, Four Hurt After Crash Involving Mustangs And A Street-Sweeper
Sad news out of McKinney, Texas: One person is dead and four injured after two late-model Mustangs that appeared to be racing were involved in a crash with a street-sweeper. According to police reports, both Mustangs (one a 1999 model, the other a 2003) collided with the street-sweeper, killing one...Tim Healey
You might not think the Dodge Neon SRT-4 is the epitome of safety--certainly not up to the standards of the carbon monocoque in the Pagani Zonda--but that didn't stop the occupants of one from surviving a high-speed crash into a gas pump. A Mitsubishi Lancer racing the Neon also crashed, hitting a fence--its occupants survived, too. The passengers inside the SRT-4 managed to escape the car moments before the gas pump they struck exploded, consuming the car. The Lancer (police didn't report it was an Evolution, but racing an SRT-4, we bet it was) that hit a fence outside a Hooters restaurant...