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Ray Williams

Ray Williams is a contributing writer for MotorBiscuit.

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Ford Bronco Teaser

The New Ford Bronco Will Spawn an Entire Family

In a world where sedans have all but been abandoned by every major automaker, it should come as no surprise that Ford is attempting to leverage every bit of SUV mojo it can muster by reviving the Bronco nameplate. Gone are the days of pretending that a Taurus is actually being raced around the oval …
SCG Baja Boot

SCG’s Baja Boot Looks Ready to Dominate the Baja 1000

Steve McQueen was a legend in more ways than one: American heartthrob, 1960’s counter-culture icon, and avid race car driver and adventure seeker. By 1974 Steve McQueen was the highest-paid actor in America. He’d also already made his mark on the racing scene, having entered the 12 Hours of Sebring, the 24 Hours of Le …

This Retro Toyota Land Cruiser Might Be the Coolest Truck

The word ‘retro’ gets a lot of bad press sometimes. Lava lamps, bellbottoms, and platform shoes are just a few of the transgressions of the past that come to mind. But in the world of Toyota pickups, being a little dated isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Motor1 has dug up an excellent example in the …
2019 Subaru Crosstrekdriving on curvy country roads

This Car Has Been In The Most Accidents in the U.S.

In a recent article by USA Today, the results of an eye-opening study by the insurance site Insurify reveal some new statistics about the vehicles that have been in the most car accidents in the United States. According to the study, the vehicle with the most recorded at-fault accidents was the Subaru Crosstrek. Subaru loves safety features, including …
2020 Toyota Supra

A 2020 Toyota Supra Just Sold for $100,000

There was a time, not so long ago, when the lines were clearly defined between supercars and ‘normal’ cars. Models like the Mustang and Camaro fell squarely in the ‘normal’ niche: sportscars, yes, but somewhat affordable. Legends like Lamborghini and Ferrari enjoyed their own majestic realm — that of the supercar — where money was no object and practicality …
Formula 1

See How Much Formula 1’s Hybrid Tech Has Changed Since 2009

At the 2009 Hungarian GP, Lewis Hamilton debuted the Mercedes-AMG Hybrid F1 car, featuring the all-new Kinetic Energy Recovery System hybrid power source. Check out this video below to see how the technology has evolved over the last ten years to help Mercedes become the premier manufacturer of performance hybrid vehicles. The Original Hybrid Drive …

The Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Was a Slower E30 M3-Fighter

When it comes to legendary race cars, few names invoke a greater sense of respect and nostalgia than the BMW E30 M3. While this German icon of motorsports holds a special place in the hearts of many gearheads, there was a precursor to the M3 that held its own on the track and the streets. …