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Interview with Michael Spinelli of /DRIVE

Behind the Wheel” is a series of interviews that will be an ongoing theme with TCF, interviewing not the CEO’s and chief designers of the automotive industry, but rather those who report on them. Previously, I held an interview with SaabKyle04, detailing how he started his career and where it has led him as well as »6/28/15 1:27pm6/28/15 1:27pm

3 Great Things I've Realized About DRIVECLUB

I’m gonna be perfectly honest. I didn’t expect DRIVECLUB to hold up so well, and I was one of those gamers that moaned about not getting the PS + edition. To be honest, this should have been off of my wishlist because tuning and customization were nonexistent, but as I played around with the game, I grew accustomed to… »6/16/15 3:44pm6/16/15 3:44pm

Range Rovers Controlled By iPhones: Bad Idea

Tesla has an app to remotely start and unlock your car. Ford does too. In fact, many automakers are rolling out smartphone applications to control basic features of the car right from inside your home. Range Rover UK is taking things a little too far with their new prototype Range Rover Sport that can be controlled… »6/16/15 11:29am6/16/15 11:29am

Watch a Nissan GT-R Lap Le Mans in 360 Degree Video

With all the buzz of Le Mans kicking up for the upcoming race, we noticed that Nismo put a 360 degree video rig on a GT-R and took it for a spin around the Circuit de la Sarthe. If your computer can handle it, kick it up to 2 or even 4K. Also, any Android device or computer using Google Chrome can take advantage of… »6/13/15 11:12am6/13/15 11:12am

Championship Slot Cars Going 110 MPH

Slot cars, for those who have not heard of them, is a small electric toy car that runs on a grooved, powered track. Dating back to approximately 1912, the toy cars weren’t all too popular yet. Production came and went, but true hobbyists started to develop and build their own in the early-to-mid 1930s. Come the 60s,… »5/02/15 10:52am5/02/15 10:52am

Interview with Mr. Regular, Regular Car Reviews Part 1

"Behind the Wheel" is a series of interviews that will be an ongoing theme with TCF, interviewing not the CEO's and chief designers of the automotive industry, but rather those who report on them. Previously, I held an interview with SaabKyle04, detailing how he started his career and where it has led him. View part 1 »4/05/15 3:48pm4/05/15 3:48pm

Volkswagen Has A New Ad Campaign, And It Involves Old Women

It's no secret that Volkswagen has been struggling to move cars here recently. So far they have resulted to redoing their entire website, sponsoring every sporting event possible, and now they're employing women of the elderly in hopes that shouting in their northern east coast accents will have people running to… »3/03/15 7:05pm3/03/15 7:05pm