Just a day after NASCAR driver Austin Dillon walked away from a spectacular crash into a fence that injured several onlookers, NASCAR officials are already discussing new ways to protect the fan.
You have to expect some car trouble when you ride a one-of-a-kind classic like the 1916 Scripps-Booth Model D, which, after all, hadn't been driven since 1959 - until students at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport got it back on the road.
The CEO of IndyCar said that the series went too far with the rules package for last weekend's race at California, where many drivers sharply criticized what they said was dangerous pack racing.
Formula One drivers will ask fans for their views on how to improve the sport as part of an increased effort to make racing more exciting.
With its newest Taurus, Ford is joining the race to appeal to Chinese business buyers by offering bigger, more luxurious back seats.
The Shanghai Auto Show banned female models. The show's decision comes as China's government under President Xi Jinping increases efforts to crack down on prostitution, online pornography and what it considers racy or improper programming on TV.
Ford showed off its new Taurus and Nissan unveiled a midsize sedan designed for China at a Shanghai Auto Show that highlighted the commercial resurgence of lower-priced Chinese auto brands.
Chinese auto brands, pressed by foreign competition, are enjoying a rebound as they head into this week's Shanghai auto show, their biggest marketing showcase of the year.
Lincoln and Cadillac are hoping to put drivers back in the lap of luxury with their newest offerings on display at the 2015 New York International Auto Show. CNET editor-at-large Tim Stevens takes a look at a return to form for big American cars.
CNET Editor-at-Large Tim Stevens shows us some of the raciest new models from Maserati, McLaren and Aston Martin.