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Posted by Kristen Lee

We helped out a guy named Ryan today, who had more kids than he had car space. And since this is America and it doesn’t do to leave the children behind when you go out, he needed a new family-mobile. We scoured the internet far and wide for people-haulers that could take a good beating.

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Posted by David Tracy

The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan crossover has a new 2.0-liter turbocharged EA888 engine using a “B-Cycle” combustion method, a variation of the Miller Cycle named after VW’s own powertrain engineer Ralf Budack. Here’s how it works.

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Posted by Erik Shilling

When I asked you yesterday why turnover in car sales was so high, I wasn’t quite prepared for the response. Hundreds of you weighed in with stories that were by turns thoughtful and, occasionally, very bleak. There’s a LOT of booze in car sales, it turns out, and enough pressure to make Glengarry Glen Ross look like a…

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Posted by Patrick George

Last winter, Faraday Future came out of nowhere with big promises to upend the auto industry and redefine the entire idea of how we get around. None of that has happened because making cars is hard. Now, a tax deal between the state of Nevada and FF is officially over, and the would-be automaker has handed back all…

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Posted by Alanis King on Black Flag, shared by Erik Shilling to Jalopnik

Everybody laughs at farts. If they don’t, they need to reevaluate the meaning of joy. Farts are funny, and farts are even funnier when famous athletes let them rip to liven up a generic post-race press conference in one of the most strict, fancier-than-thou racing series there is: Formula One.

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Posted by Shep McAllister on Deals, shared by Shep McAllister to Jalopnik

Today only, Amazon’s selling the 4.4 star rated Camco Deluxe Grilling Table for just $49, after clipping a whopping $32 coupon.

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Posted by Ryan Felton

Federal investigators have determined that engineers of two commuter trains that crashed in the New York City-area were suffering from undiagnosed sleep apnea at the time of the incidents, according to reports released Thursday. The engineers have no memory of the crashes, the reports showed.

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Best trackers for untouched blu-ray

Sep. 21st, 2017 06:53 pm
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Posted by /u/Froslasst

I saw this list of trackers with number of untouched blu-rays
and thought that it would be cool to have an updated list with the help of you guys.
So I'll start

Tracker - Movie/TV
M-Team - 6620/216
Filelist - 4400 (no divided data)
IPT - 3000/300
BHD - 1252/70
..will add more

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Posted by Kristen Lee

I have a new life goal and that is to race a couple of laps around the Goodwood Circuit in something old and fast. After, of course, I get better at driving. And racing. And gain more courage. Like, a ton more courage.

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Posted by Ryan Felton

In the coming weeks, Hyperloop One—a startup that’s furthest along in developing the futuristic transportation network—will begin a feasibility study with the Colorado Department of Transportation to determine what’s needed to actually build the system. One of the study’s aims is to develop a business case for a…

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Posted by Anya Martin

In this podcast Scott Nicolay interviews poet Christina Sng, author of Astropoetry and A Collection of Nightmares. Also Gabino Iglesias (LitReactor, Zero Saints) reviews Christina Sng’s A Collection of Nightmares and Jeremy Roberts Johnson’s In the River. Show Notes Poet Christina Sng joins Scott from Singapore to talk about her recent collections Astropoetry (Alban Lake Publishing) and A …

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Posted by Stef Schrader on Black Flag, shared by Patrick George to Jalopnik

I never knew just how out of shape my garbage marshmallow body was until I attempted a brief sample of what the Red Bull Racing Formula One drivers put themselves through in order to handle the brutal forces of an F1 car. F1 drivers have to be strong, fit and able to react quickly in order to win, and they’re…

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Posted by Dell Cameron on Gizmodo, shared by Patrick George to Jalopnik

We’ve seen a lot of data breaches this year: some big, some small, some that are dangerous, and some that are just embarrassing. But if we were to name one as the creepiest data breach of 2017, this leak of logins for car tracking devices might take the cake.

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Posted by Justin Pot

Every Mac user should ditch Chrome for Safari, and Safari 11 makes one of its best features even better. Reader Mode, which shows you only the article you want to read without any sidebars ads, or other clutter, can now be set to open automatically on specific websites. This is perfect if there’s a site with content you love, but design choices you absolutely despise.
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Posted by Alanis King

When an ad to enter a charity raffle for a fully restored twin-turbo 1994 Toyota Supra popped up on Daniel Shepard’s Facebook feed earlier this year, he put down $100 for six tickets. Shepard, and everyone else, lost the incredibly controversial raffle, but it didn’t take long for him to run into the car again.

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