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RV Makers Can’t Keep Up With Demand

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, flights were grounded, cruises were canceled and train services were cut down. This, coupled with the fact that many hotels and holiday accommodation providers closed their doors, meant that budding travelers had to find a

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Audi Is Getting Even More Serious About Buying McLaren's F1 Team: Report

Remember when Volkswagen was so ashamed of shaving 45,000 years off our collective lives that it ditched motorsport altogether and embarked on an EV-obsessed PR campaign? That guilt evidently lasted all of six years. As has been reported in recent months,

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New Fuel Economy Standards Require U.S. Cars To Get Over 40 MPG By 2026

Carmakers have four years to raise the fuel efficiency of new cars sold in the U.S., now that the Biden Administration and NHTSA announced stricter fuel economy standards. The rules apply to cars of model year 2024-2026. And by the end of that term, cars

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AVUS Was A Good Race Track, Actually

Last week, my wonderful colleague Steve DaSilva asked the Jalopnik audience for its thoughts on the worst race tracks in motorsport history, and one daring human offered a treasonous answer: AVUS. My heart rate immediately spiked upon seeing that response

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