The Five Best Sports Car Blogs on the Internet
Bugatti Veyron

The Five Best Sports Car Blogs on the Internet

Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

The internet has been a huge boom to car enthusiasts. Not only can they read about the latest updates and developments, but the top sportscar blogs even allow you to talk with other car lovers and designers in order to find out more. The web has also given rise to a large number of specialty blogs, so that specific kinds of car owners can get exactly what they want. The best specialty sportscar blogs are continually connecting car drivers and car engineers to make great results, thus promoting both knowledge and support all over the world. But what are the best blogs, and what makes them so great?

5. Edmunds

The oldest and most customer-oriented car blog on the planet, Edmunds should be the starting point for anyone looking to purchase a car. It’s also a great place if you want to brag (or complain) about your current car. With an infinite number of evaluations and reviews, Edmunds is the beginning and end of any search to buy cars.

4. Autoblog

Primarily for those interested in the car industry more than owning the finished product, AutoBlog lets you know how every nut, bolt and piece of plastic in every car is being evaluated, designed and ultimately released. With a heavy emphasis on technological advancement, Autoblog is a great place for the really hardcore gearheads to learn the answers to questions they never thought to ask.

3. Transmission

The official blog of BBC’s Top Gear, Transmission is a lighthearted and fun blog that is ideal for casual car lovers as well as dedicated gearheads. The money and clout of the BBC enables the blog to go places and do things that would otherwise be impossible. The website is also very entertaining – thanks in no small part to heavy assistance from the show.

2. Jalopnik

Jalopnik is a general interest car blog with everything from the latest industry stats and quotes to the latest photos and interviews. Part of the Gawker media network, it does essentially no independent reporting, but they will hunt down and repost any car related story they can find – making them an excellent aggregator.

1. /drive

The blog of Drive Magazine, Drive not only features exclusive interviews, announcements, reports and reviews, everything is presented in full-color, high definition video. Covering everything from racing to tuning to innovation and design, it presents everything all the above blogs do, but in beautiful, full motion video. With a staff of professional drivers, testers and cameramen, everything comes out beautiful and informative.

Wendy Feliu