Month: April 2021

See How the Founder of Girls Auto Clinic Challenges the Status Quo

Photo credit: Hearst Owned

Photo credit: Hearst Owned

Ready to take on the status quo?

For the next episode of Inside Track, Road & Track‘s virtual Q&A series, Car and Driver Editor-in-Chief Sharon Carty is taking over to chat with Girls Auto Clinic Founder Patrice Banks. GAC is a woman-owned-and-operated business that offers automotive buying and repair resources, products, and services based on trust, education, inclusion, and empowerment. It’s all happening on Thursday, April 22 at 12:00 p.m. ET (9:00 a.m. PT), and we’d love for you to join us.

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In this episode, Sharon will explore how Patrice continues to challenge the status quo after starting her business, as well as the impact she’s made on women in the auto industry. If you want to see it all go down, head on over to our sign-up page here.

(Plus, check out Patrice’s “do-it-herself guide” to auto maintenance, roadside emergencies,

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Celebrating The Ford Mustang 57th Anniversary Differently

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For the Global Mustang Week, we took a look at two opposite ponies to understand how the Mustang legacy has evolved in 2021…

On April 17, 1964 with great fanfare Ford released the Mustang, easily one of the most influential cars ever made. Plenty has changed in the 57 years of the existence of the pony car, a fact anyone can see at just a glance. However, the same spirit of accessible performance combined with crowd-pleasing good looks lives on today.

These vehicles are day and night.

These vehicles are day and night.

Since this is Global Mustang Week, we thought what better way to assess the current state of the automotive legend than to look at a Roush Stage 3 Mustang fastback to show how the tradition of modifying the pony car lives on. Then we’ll contrast that with the controversial Ford Mustang Mach-E, an all-electric

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Apple Stock Could Recharge If Mysterious Apple Car Lives Up To Rumors

Apple stock has thrived for decades as the company thrilled consumers with well-timed innovations in computing, music and phones. Now investors, hungry for a new breakthrough from the Silicon Valley icon, are cheering for what could be the company’s biggest quantum leap ever: an electric Apple car.




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Rumors that Apple (AAPL) plans to branch out into automaking have circulated for years and gained momentum recently. The speculation is sparking the imagination of both investors and consumers, who wonder if the Apple car will be something revolutionary or just a me-too electric vehicle to compete with the likes of Tesla (TSLA).

Will Apple break new ground like it did with the first iPhone, which paved the way for touch-screen mobile devices? And will it rock the auto industry the way its iPod and iTunes almost single-handedly saved record companies from extinction? An intriguing question is

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Saving The Automobile Isn’t Just About Cars

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It’s so much deeper than just some gasoline and oil.

Recently the EPA has crossed a line, putting millions of jobs in jeopardy and actively attacking the car community. Of course, this sort of thing is not new to the EPA, however, in the past, they haven’t been able to get very far with ridiculous policies such as this. In this time in which our society is simply trying to recover from the recent pandemic, others have taken the opportunity to manipulate the broken system and line their pockets. Thankfully, due to the internet, it is easier than ever for automotive influencers to speak up against the ludicrous actions of the EPA and encourage others to do so as well.

Find out what Nevada is doing to try to ruin the hobby here.

Evan Shanks is a popular YouTuber and car builder

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