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  • With the vast collection of videos on YouTube taken by people in their car, it was only a matter of time until the OEMs started catering to the hobby. Recently, we learned that Chevrolet was launching an industry-first Performance Data Recorder system for its 2015 Corvette that lets you record video and audio, and interface it with numerous...
  • While most drivers won't ever get a chance to strap into a prototype and blast around Le Mans' Circuit de la Sarthe, nearly everyone can experience that legendary track in Forza Motorsport 5 for Microsoft's Xbox. Most of them could probably use a little coaching. ALSO SEE: 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28: First Drive Video Who better to do that than...
  • General Motors is preparing to settle the claims of anyone injured in an accident linked to a defective ignitions switch prior to the company's 2009 bankruptcy; however, sources say the automaker is prepared to go to court with those unwilling to accept settlement offers. For details, please go to TheDetroitBureau.com.
  • Al Oppenheiser can rattle off from memory the Chevy Camaro's many brushes with doom. Let's not even count the one that threatens overhead--a blanket of thick, low clouds intensifying from light to dark. No, the pony car's chief engineer can rattle off the times and ways the Camaro skated through GM's bankruptcy while other projects were canned, to...
  • With all of the excitement surrounding the premier LMP1 category of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, especially all of its technology, big-name drivers and huge budgets, it’s easy to overlook much of the action happening elsewhere. Another top category worth watching is the competitive world of LMGTE Pro, which features cars much more like the ones...

June 11, 2014

  • If the name Zora means anything to you, you're probably a fan of Chevrolet's Corvette. Zora Arkus-Duntov was the guy who helped put a V-8 engine in the first-generation 'Vette, turning it from boulevard cruiser into something approximating a proper sports car--and further worked his magic on the Grand Sport program that took the Corvette C2...
  • General Motors Co. CEO Mary Barra will return to Capitol Hill next week to discuss the company's exhaustive report into its delayed ignition switch recall. The Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations has scheduled a hearing for 10 a.m. Wednesday to discuss the 315-page report with the Detroit-based automaker's CEO and former U.S. attorney Anton Valukas, who headed the internal recall investigation.

June 10, 2014

  • If you were to compile a list of America's most iconic cars, the second-generation Corvette would probably be somewhere in the top ten. It's not too much of a leap to suggest that Jay Leno owns the other nine you'd put on the list too, but in this episode of Jay Leno's Garage we get to see his pristine 1963 Corvette—the single-year car with...
  • General Motors Co. CEO Mary Barra used the company's 2014 annual shareholder meeting to readdress its ongoing recall crisis and tout recent business accomplishments. Barra, who became CEO Jan. 15, said the Detroit-based automaker is doing everything it can to address the needs of stockholders and customers alike, as it continues to adjust and advance its business operations.
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