Best of YouTube: A go-anywhere Miata, anyone?

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by Lije Martin | Nov 12, 2018
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An off-road Miata

Conventional off-roaders usually refer to big and chunky 4x4s like the Jeep Wrangler and the Land Rover Defender—nameplates that have built reputations as go-anywhere vehicles. This is why it’s quite odd to hear the words “Miata” and “off-road” in the same sentence. The two-door roadster is anything but fit for off-road conditions…or is it?

Faster acceleration or better grip?

Track days provide the opportunity to satisfy the need for speed without endangering motorists on public roads. But before you hit the track, do you already know what wheel-and-tire setup you should go for? This guy tests out and compares the difference between a 15-inch and 17-inch wheel setup in a K20-swapped Honda Civic EK Coupe.

‘Donor Car’

It’s always good to have spare parts for your beloved project car just in case anything untoward happens. Some people even like the idea of having an extra vehicle on hand for the sole purpose of providing extra parts. Watch this skit on why every car enthusiast might want a ‘donor car.’

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Hellcat Redeye vs. Charger SRT Hellcat vs. Durango SRT

You’re in a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, cruising with your mates—who are also driving Dodges—on the way to SEMA, when you come across a long stretch of desert. What do you do? The guys at Donut Media show what a collective 2,000hp drag race in the desert looks like.

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