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Jalopnik 02/18/2020 10:30
Farewell to Australia’s mightiest car company, Chinese manufacturers move to fill the gap, and the one country on Earth that actually has the political will to ban lots of things thinks about banning gasoline. All that and more in the Morning Shift for February 18, 2020.
Jalopnik 02/18/2020 08:45
I fell in love this Valentine’s Day. While visiting my coworker Jason in North Carolina, my fellow Jalop pontificated about the virtues of Renault’s trusty R4,a basic french car introduced in the early 1960s as the “blue jeans” of automobiles. It was simple, durable, practical, and accessible to the masses, and became…
Jalopnik 02/16/2020 14:00
Today is the first of 36 races in this year’s NASCAR Cup Series. The top-level of NASCAR always runs a lot of races compared to most other racing series, but they used to run a lot more each season. In the 1950s and 60s, there were more than 40 races in every season except three. Most of those seasons had 49 or more…
Jalopnik 02/16/2020 12:00
In 1948, The Vincent Black Shadow was the fastest naturally aspirated motorcycle in the world. At Bonneville that year, rider Rollie Free achieved a record-breaking speed of 148.6 mph before stripping down to his swimsuit and riding superman style on the bike breaking the record again by going just over 150 mph and…

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