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Road & Track

Nov 01 2019
Magazine

Road & Track includes technical features on automotive subjects, wide-ranging feature stories, spectacular automotive art and standard-setting new-car photography, humor, fiction, travel stories, book reviews and the most comprehensive racing coverage offered by a monthly magazine.Bonus: iPad Interactive

EMBRACING TRUCKS • For one month only.

Road & Track

RODÉO DU CAMION • Fast approaching its 40th year, this Canadian festival of big-rig culture celebrates what trucks do best. Launching past a proper timing tower in Quebec, drivers test their skills as they drag race—uphill—bobtail or towing tandem trailers covered in sponsor logos. It’s a sooty, torque-filled, beer-soaked spectacle.

SMASH HIT • How the 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee changed car-show debuts forever.

JESSI COMBS, 1980–2019 • A woman to inspire generations.

ODE TO A CUMMINS • Saying goodbye to the best pickup Nissan ever built.

BOMBPROOF WATCHES • Like a good pickup, your watch should be rugged, reliable, and ready for anything. These five get the job done.

BELIEVE IT • Because fast is all in your mind.

LONG BED • Club racing and the ladder-frame snooze.

UNTHROTTLE PEDAL • The ones and zeros beneath your heavy right foot.

BIGFOOT! • THE PICK UP THAT SNOW BALLED INTO STARDOM.

THE DEAD FLEET • Poking at the underwater bones of old war in a Grand Wagoneer.

CHASING THE SILK WAY • On the ground and giving chase in one of the world’s most remote rallies.

FUELED • ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR DRIVEN LIFE

TRIALS BY FIRE • A trials bike and a RAV4 take us to school.

PEAKS AND VALLEYS • A car enthusiast acknowledges humanity’s biggest problem from a national park and a pickup—and the largest glacial melt in the Lower 48.

LOSING SHEPARD AN ANCIENT GLACIER IN RETREAT.

THE EVERYTHING MACHINE • The fastest, most powerful Cayenne is a hybrid. And—surprise—it’s great.

THE VIEW FROM ABOVE • Certain angles, like this one from a drone, make the beyond-massive Bigfoot look like a toy. Fitting, really.


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Frequency: One time Pages: 92 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Nov 01 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 16, 2019

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OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Road & Track includes technical features on automotive subjects, wide-ranging feature stories, spectacular automotive art and standard-setting new-car photography, humor, fiction, travel stories, book reviews and the most comprehensive racing coverage offered by a monthly magazine.Bonus: iPad Interactive

EMBRACING TRUCKS • For one month only.

Road & Track

RODÉO DU CAMION • Fast approaching its 40th year, this Canadian festival of big-rig culture celebrates what trucks do best. Launching past a proper timing tower in Quebec, drivers test their skills as they drag race—uphill—bobtail or towing tandem trailers covered in sponsor logos. It’s a sooty, torque-filled, beer-soaked spectacle.

SMASH HIT • How the 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee changed car-show debuts forever.

JESSI COMBS, 1980–2019 • A woman to inspire generations.

ODE TO A CUMMINS • Saying goodbye to the best pickup Nissan ever built.

BOMBPROOF WATCHES • Like a good pickup, your watch should be rugged, reliable, and ready for anything. These five get the job done.

BELIEVE IT • Because fast is all in your mind.

LONG BED • Club racing and the ladder-frame snooze.

UNTHROTTLE PEDAL • The ones and zeros beneath your heavy right foot.

BIGFOOT! • THE PICK UP THAT SNOW BALLED INTO STARDOM.

THE DEAD FLEET • Poking at the underwater bones of old war in a Grand Wagoneer.

CHASING THE SILK WAY • On the ground and giving chase in one of the world’s most remote rallies.

FUELED • ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR DRIVEN LIFE

TRIALS BY FIRE • A trials bike and a RAV4 take us to school.

PEAKS AND VALLEYS • A car enthusiast acknowledges humanity’s biggest problem from a national park and a pickup—and the largest glacial melt in the Lower 48.

LOSING SHEPARD AN ANCIENT GLACIER IN RETREAT.

THE EVERYTHING MACHINE • The fastest, most powerful Cayenne is a hybrid. And—surprise—it’s great.

THE VIEW FROM ABOVE • Certain angles, like this one from a drone, make the beyond-massive Bigfoot look like a toy. Fitting, really.


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