From long-johns to designer briefs, one lovely model takes us through the history of men’s Western undergarments.
Lexy Panterra has turned her love of twerking into a full-blown ass shaking career.
The Secret Service let Vice President of these United States Joe Biden drive his 1967 Corvette when Jay Leno turned up, and the first thing
Rapper/chief Action Bronson stopped by the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen to show us how to make his version of a simple butcher’s sandwich. While a regular
The Red Bull GRC season comes to an end with an action-packed weekend in Los Angeles, culminating in a hard earned win from Brian Deegan
B.O.B.: What originally inspired you to get into motorsports? C.: It was through my father. He was and still is heavily involved in motor racing as more of a mechanic scrutiny. So, the love for moto racing came from him. B.O.B.: When did you decide to go professional? C.: I started at the age of 9 with goKarts and when I was 16 I got out of it. That’s when we decided to step up in a big way. It wasn’t until 1994 when I got a first fulltime sort of a drive in a supercar. So in 1994 I actually got paid the first time for doing something I enjoyed. B.O.B.: Can you give us a quick runthrough of your day as a race car driver? C.: Most of the days we’re here quite early anywhere between 7 and 7.30 a.m. We would have a super car signing and practice if it’s practise day. We would probably have about two, three corporate visits to do throughout the day. Our day ends by a minute by minute routine. At the end of the day we would sit down and we would go through what we’ve learned. We leave the track about 7.308 p.m. B.O.B.: How many countries have you travelled to? C.: We’ve been to Texas, Indonesia, Dubai and New Zealand (where we go every year). B.O.B.: What’s your favourite place to go to? C.: I really enjoy Texas. It is one of the states I never thought I would travel to, especially with the super car family. It was a huge experience. I also love The States I would like to spend more time there and learn more about it. B.O.B.: What’s something most people don’t know about
Renault’s new Trezor is a sleek and glorious 350 horsepower vehicle that serves almost as the epitome of “futuristic design.” Check out the video below for
In the 2nd episode of B.O.B TV, we take you to Sydney Australia to chat to snowboarding god Travis Rice about his latest film project
Driven and unstoppable, it’s clear this relentless winner of podium titles has only one goal in mind when it comes to the world of motorsports
B.O.B.: Can you tell us how did you originally get into music and what inspired you to get into DJ-ing? T.: So, basically, I grew up