Mercedes' future in F1 has been thrown into jeopardy with reports that the marque’s major group of shareholders have pushed for the brand to leave the sport.
A new Russian company is designing a helmet with integrated satellite navigation, which will be sure to make adventure riding much easier when it is released.
Holden will ask its workers to take pay cuts or voluntary redundancies as it looks to secure its manufacturing future in Australia.
The July issue of Street Machine features one of the staunchest street cars we’ve ever featured in the mag.
Celebrating its announced return to V8 Supercars, Volvo looks back through its previous successes in motorsport Down Under.
Suzuki will return to MotoGP in 2015. In a statement released by the Japanese marque overnight.
The Aussie custom scene of the 1960s was a bit like the dinosaurs – immensely popular in their heyday, then quickly wiped out leaving little evidence of their existence.
Suzuki has unveiled its 2014 models, with the RM-Z250 and RM-Z450 both receiving updates prior to hitting Australian showrooms this spring.
Can you trust your partner not to cheat? Well if they drive an Audi, probably not.
Triumph finally released its 2013 Tiger Sport to the media yesterday – the bikes have been on the dealer floor since April!
Officials say 37-year-old Jason Leffler was racing at Bridgeport Speedway in New Jersey when he was involved in a massive wreck.
After 16 years in the Le Mans wilderness, Porsche has unveiled the car it hopes will challenge for outright honours in 2014.
Volkswagen’s embarrassing product recall has spread. Wheels can confirm that VW company cousins Audi and Skoda will have to recall thousands of vehicles due to a gearbox problem.
DEFENDING F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has extended his contract with Red Bull Racing until the end of 2015, ending speculation over his future which included links to Ferrari and Mercedes.
Yamaha has released its 2014 US model range, with big changes to the YZ250F and YZ450F. The WR-F range did not receive the same upgrades.
AUSSIE MARK Webber has lashed out Caterham driver Giedo van der Garde after the pair came together in the Canadian Grand Prix this morning, calling the Dutchman a “pay driver with no mirrors”.
GARRY ROGERS has finally got his wish. Over 12 months since the V8 stalwart announced he was on the hunt for a new manufacturer, Volvo is on the verge of announcing its return to Australian touring cars in a factory-supported deal with GRM.
Street Machine staffer Gavin Morrison has dreamed about owning his own Pontiac Firebird Trans Am since he was a kid, inspired by the 1977 film, Smokey and the Bandit.
THE TYRE war in F1 is raging louder than ever, with the announcement that Mercedes is officially under investigation by the FIA's International Tribunal regarding its recent secret tyre test with Pirelli, while Ferrari has been cleared for its test with a 2011 car.
ADAM and Kylie Perry’s Tail Spin is a back-to-front, wild custom FB Holden based on a design Steve Vesperman did for Street Machine back in Jan/Feb ’94.