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Cadillac's New GTP Prototype Will Bring The Brand Back To Le Mans

Prototype racers: We know them, we love them, and many pine for the glory days of GTP racing from the eighties and nineties. Well, they’re in luck: IMSA is reviving the GTP class for 2023, and the competitors are already starting to roll in. Even Cadillac

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Yes, You Can Hoon An Acura NSX In The Snow On All-Season Tires

I’d already accepted my invitation to a Bridgestone Winter Driving School event when the company’s press officer sent me an email to let me know that, while I’d have a chance to drive solo, I’d need to have an instructor in the car with me in order to dri

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Let's Talk About Serviceability And The Annoyingly Difficult Repair Jobs That Make You Want To Curse Out Engineers

Certain repair jobs are needlessly horrible. They require you to disassemble half the damn car just to get to one specific component. This can be frustrating for the technician and also extremely costly for whoever’s having the work done. My Nissan Versa’

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NYT Opinion Page Editors Double Down On Being Dangerously Wrong About What Automated Driving Is

Last week, I wrote about an opinion piece that appeared in the New York Times that was written by a writer who had borrowed a Cadillac Escalade and spent an entire road trip being very confused by how the Level 2 driver assist system was working. The auth

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