The following clips are drawn from early Wild About Wheels features. They were selected to demonstrate the huge story potential in the world of general-interest automotive programming.
From Sea Slugs to Amphicars. Isettas & Multiplas tour the hills outside of San Francisco.
Chain three cars together and race eleven teams on a figure-eight track. It's intersecting motoring mayhem.
Legendary stuntman Brian Carson flies automobiles hundreds of feet through the air, ending in a fiery crash!
The massively powerful and equally treacherous Silver Arrows of Auto Union dominated the Golden Age of pre-War European Grand Prix racing.
The Indianapolis 500 Hall of Fame Museum is hallowed ground which celebrates the epic drivers and unforgettable cars of the Memorial Day classic.
The forerunners of today's autonomous cars were first born at Carnegie-Mellon Institute and we go for a driverless ride in one of them.
It's a junkyard where anyone can search for automotive 'buried treasure': Pick-Your-Part combines auto salvage with the world's craziest scavenger hunt.
The cars that were too tough to tame: The European Group B rally cars left a trail of blinding speed, but unfortunately, a tragic legacy.
Off-road racing demands drivers made of iron, but their pit crews may be the hardest working men in motorsports. (In 16X9)