Some people just seem to have a natural knack for being able to create amazing works of art with their hands - and, of course, they would want to show off their creations to the world via the net. Reddit's /r/DIY has become a favorite for people who want to show what they can make, and it's housed some pretty incredible work over the years.
While many people have become interested in do-it-yourself projects, the dangers of DIY projects have fallen out of notice for those who want to try and make something with their own hands. Sometimes, people get clumsy. Other times, they don't take into consideration the full dangers associated with their particular project.
If there's one thing that grabs attention, makes you feel like royalty, and also just makes you look awesome on the road, it's an expensive vintage car that's fully tricked out with mods. Unfortunately, not all of us can afford to drop $50,000 on a luxury modified car.
Drag racing remains one of the most wide-spread racing subtypes in America. Like many long-standing institutions, it has existed for so long that many never question its origins. It is like the mountain: who cares why it is, so much that it is.
Cars have a very strange relationship with the people who drive them. People either adore them or are just ambivalent about them. The people who adore their cars really go crazy about them - often to the point that it can be aggravating for those who don't own those kinds of cars.
There are few things as good as a great car race. Countless films depict man and machine, unified as one, in a great competition against one or more people, all on the track or road or street, speeding off into the sunset at top speeds.