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Watch A Tesla P100D Up Against A Dodge Hellcat In A 1/4 Mile Drag Race. Who Will Win?

Check out this video where you see a Tesla P100D take on a modified Dodge Challenger hellcat. Which do you think will win?

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Chevy Camaro ZL1 And SS Face Off In Rev Battle

If you’re a lover of high-horsepower American muscle cars, consider yourself lucky. There has never been a time quite like the present.

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So-Cal Speed Shop's Pete Chapouris Has Died

Pete Chapouris, the prolific California hot rodder and aftermarket industry legend, has died. His passing is sudden, the result of complications after suffering a stroke this earlier week. He was 76.

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Make the right choices for winter driving

Your choices are rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. The only thing these layouts have in common is the word "drive." Which type of driveline layout is best for winter driving?

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Driving Smart: 2016 Car Challenge

With so many choices for cars, trucks and suvs, where do you start when shopping for a new vehicle?  Kelsey Mays calls out the winners of each 2016 challenge in this week's segment of Driving Smart.

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Racing in the street: Tallahassee’s drag strip era

Drag racing, once banished to lonely country roads with spectators dressed in leather and denim, began to come into its own in the mid-1960s. While dangerous and unlawful races were still being conducted on then remote streets like Mission Road, a sanctioned drag strip was built on west Highway 20 in Leon County.

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  1. We had a lot of country roads back in the 60’s and 70’s that we used. Miss those days! Didn’t have to drive far to get there. Good times.


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1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible 4-Speed

Is this the most sought-after Muscle Car ever made? Chrysler workers only put 11 of these Hemicuda convertibles together back in ‘71, and the breakdown of options and colors puts this as one of 2 US delivered cars that were built with the 426 Hemi V8 and 4-speed manual transmission.


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