Mitch Evans is a guy with a pretty sweet gig. At 23, the New Zealander is a racing driver for one of the world’s most storied manufacturers, Jaguar, and he’s a key part of what the racing world hopes will be the next big thing—the electric series Formula E.
Ever wanted to run a car magazine? Ever wondered what it’s like and what it takes? Now’s your chance to ask the guy running Autoweek, Rory Carroll, anything you want. He’s here in the office and happy to answer your questions.
Faraday Future hasn’t had a great year, and any hope for a successful 2017 comes down to this, the reveal of its flagship car live right now at CES.
I’ve never found the Lotus Evora to be that compelling, especially compared to something like a Porsche Cayman. Apparently dumping some weight and giving it 400 horsepower fixes any problems it may have had. This is the new Lotus Evora 400, and we’re testing it live right now.
Because he just can’t get enough of cars during his normal work week, our man David Tracy is at the Cars and Coffee for the 38th Annual Concours d’Elegance of America in Plymouth, Mich. right now. This C&C happens before one of the biggest vintage car shows in the country, full of more than 300 dream rides. Join him…
The premise is pretty simple– two people each hail one of the ride-sharing cars from the same spot and see how long it takes to get to their destination. But the comedians putting the “race” together have promised me there’s a twist. Something about finding the Backstreet Boys on the way?
We’re out at the Charlotte, North Carolina Cars & Coffee bright and early this morning with something very special—the very first Ariel Nomad produced in the U.S.! We’re going to chat with folks behind Ariel’s American production at TMI Autotech and take the Nomad out for a spin, so join us for the ride!
We’re out at Red Bull Global Rallycross Dallas, and Chip Ganassi Racing driver Brian Deegan is about to take us for a spin around the course before the racing gets underway. There’s dirt, pavement, a big jump and a joker lap within the 16 turns of the course, and you can join us for the ride on Jalopnik Live! right…
If you’re one of the approximately 17 people who hasn’t seen the new Top Gear yet, your hardworking Jalopnik staff is doing a liveblog of the show’s U.S. premiere on BBC America tonight. We’ll be here at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT if you want to join us in lambasting—I mean watching the new show.
Watch the California Highway Patrol chase a stolen car down the highway LIVE right now!
Some say that he’s gotten sideways in some of the fastest and craziest cars in the world, and that he has a new book out on how you can be a driving badass too. All we know is he’s Ben Collins, pro racing driver and Top Gear’s former Stig, and he’s hanging around Jalopnik for a bit to answer your questions.
By now you’ve seen our Facebook Live coverage of auto shows, car launch events, and a even a little taste of a regular everyday on-road adventure. (If not, you can re-watch the broadcasts.) Do you like where this is going?
I don’t know how a motorcycle cupholder-building goon like Andrew Collins got his hands on a classy car like a McLaren 675LT, but he has one for a few days. And if you tune in live right now, you can watch a tour of the car before he takes it up the California coast.
The very best cars don’t come from bean counters, they come from true car people. And Hiroshi Tamura’s car guy credentials are unassailable.
Hey, you kids like the Nissan GT-R? Of course you do. Be sure to be on Jalopnik at 10:30 a.m. EST today, because Nissan’s chief product guy for the GT-R Hiroshi Tamura will be around to answer your questions. Ask him whatever you want then about the 2017 GT-R, Skylines, his own 600 HP R32, and anything else that might…
James May, formerly of Top Gear, currently of BBC Four’s James May The Reassembler, and soon to be on New Car Show On Amazon Starring The Old Top Gear Guys, is doing an AMA on Reddit right now. Ask him anything.
The Goodwood Members’ Meeting is a weekend packed full of proper vintage racing of the highest quality. This year, there are 28 Ford GT40s competing for one of the trophies. 28 GT40s! Watch all the action here.
If there’s one guy who’s got all the stories from the last three decades of Formula One, it’s Martin Brundle. He also made Ayrton Senna work very hard for his F3 championship and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Jaguar.
He’s the 2014 IndyCar world champion. He’s tied as the most successful road- and street-course driver in IndyCar history. He’s also Australian. Now’s your chance to ask Will Power anything you want.