Big things, baby…And nothing is bigger in racing on this side of the pond than the Indianapolis 500.
I'm not here to give a recap of the race because that's available on thousands of websites around the world.
After all, this is a day that started with Mario Andretti at breakfast, Jim Nabors and Florence Henderson before lunch, and a post-dinner concert by Jason Aldean and Tyler Farr with 41,000 of our c
At 231.067 mph, anything can happen in IndyCar racing. This weekend will witness the trouncing of Chevrolet power at the Hands of Andretti Autosport and Honda Performance Development.
It's my first time in Indianapolis so humor me as I recall the day's activities. The first thing that impresses me while approaching the airport is that this state is damn flat.
The first thing we find to be self evident when scrutinizing the 2014 Accord, is the flawless transparency of Honda’s online shopping tool.
When the lines are blurred between allegiance to a brand and the sense and sensibility that comes with age, strange things happen.
Honda is a company driven by future-forward vision and planning. And in no case is this more evident than in the founding and subsequent development of the Honda Aircraft Company.
The newly formed and SCCA sanctioned Formula Lites series is intended to bridge the gap for young and entry level drivers transitioning between Kart and IndyCar series or GP, Formula 1 racing.
The European automotive press is abuzz this week with perhaps, a not so wild speculation as to a 2017 release date for a 350 horsepower Honda S2000 Roadster.
Watching the Saturday start of the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis was a painful reminder of the inherent dangers of racing.
Pumping up the performance in a mid 90’s Civic EX, Hatch or whatever your preferred Tuner, base car maybe, is relatively easy and affordable.
2014 “ top safety + rating: “Better safe than sorry” could be scrolled across page one of your Honda Odyssey owner’s manual.
A recent Torque News article gained traction in Europe. And with that came a unique and unexpectedly happy reunion with the my Irish roots.
It’s not that North America hasn’t seen diesel engine powered cars and light trucks offered in the not too distant past.
Dealership sales hype. We’ve all heard the guy or gal on the television or radio blasting the message, if you have a job making $350 or more per week, we can find you financing.