Championship Slot Cars Going 110 MPH

Slot cars, for those who have not heard of them, is a small electric toy car that runs on a grooved, powered track. Dating back to approximately 1912, the toy cars weren’t all too popular yet. Production came and went, but true hobbyists started to develop and build their own in the early-to-mid 1930s. Come the 60s,… » 5/02/15 10:52am Saturday 10:52am

Interview with Mr. Regular, Regular Car Reviews Part 1

"Behind the Wheel" is a series of interviews that will be an ongoing theme with TCF, interviewing not the CEO's and chief designers of the automotive industry, but rather those who report on them. Previously, I held an interview with SaabKyle04, detailing how he started his career and where it has led him. View part 1 » 4/05/15 3:48pm 4/05/15 3:48pm

Volkswagen Has A New Ad Campaign, And It Involves Old Women

It's no secret that Volkswagen has been struggling to move cars here recently. So far they have resulted to redoing their entire website, sponsoring every sporting event possible, and now they're employing women of the elderly in hopes that shouting in their northern east coast accents will have people running to… » 3/03/15 7:05pm 3/03/15 7:05pm

Two Big Rigs Playing Chicken

The average 18-wheeler is 53 feet long. Let's say it is fully-loaded. Going 60 MPH. Looks about right in this video for the truck coming down the hill towards the camera. It would take him an average 335 feet to stop. That's a little over one football field long. It can take more distance than that, especially in… » 2/26/15 3:24pm 2/26/15 3:24pm

Here's a Mini Kenworth Truck: In Other News, Rednecks Come in All Sizes.

Apparently there's a community dedicated to building replica 18-wheeler trucks in a miniature form; I guess I shouldn't be surprised by now. This is an old video I saw some time ago, but it always reminds me of how creative people can be, both in the automotive/truck world, and through engineering. I've found plenty… » 1/13/15 10:11am 1/13/15 10:11am

Rejoyce! I bring you a new great youtube channel to follow!

A young Italian by the name of Davide Circoni has a great channel, where he tests many interesting European cars. And I mean genuinely interesting, stuff you can rarely see on these automotive channels. It's filmed nicely, the locations are lovely and the music can be good as well. And he's clearly passionate about… » 12/20/14 4:03pm 12/20/14 4:03pm