The New Zealand drift racer known as Mad Mike has made a documentary about the Japanese capital’s extraordinary after-dark modified auto scene – check out Nihon Nights above. Which car would you love to drive?
When Rosalee Ramer isn’t busy studying for her mechanical engineering degree at Georgia Tech, she’s behind the wheel of her own monster truck, Wild Flower, competing against drivers twice her age. At 19 she is the youngest professional female monster truck driver, winning last year’s Monster Jam Rookie of the Year. Next up – she’ll be putting that degree into action when she builds her own monster truck.
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10-year-old Austin Thompson isn’t an average kid — he’s also a top competitor in the World Off Road Championship Series, racing in 170 class events. With his younger sister as his co-pilot and support from his cheering parents at every race, Austin’s family believe it takes a shared effort to succeed in competitive off-roading — and in life.
Tesla is gearing up for the big reveal of the Model 3, its first mass-market car. CEO Elon Musk unveiled the car in March of 2016, but Tesla will show off the production version of the sedan in July. The summer premiere will offer the roughly 400,000 customers who preordered the vehicle a chance to see the final version before deliveries begin at the end of the year.
The first images showing how much data Tesla is garnering from customers’ cars have been released on Reddit. This comes after a Tesla announcement that the company would begin using collected data in May.