Bob Sorokanich

Deputy Online Editor, Road & Track Magazine

Bob Sorokanich is the Deputy Online Editor for Road & Track Magazine. Based in NYC, his work has appeared in Car and Driver, Esquire, Popular Mechanics and Gizmodo.

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This Is Not a Good Way to Remove Your Car's Engine

But it does make for one hell of a video.

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This Driver Does an Entire Commute Driving Backwards And It's Mesmerizing

It's definitely illegal and highly dangerous, but you have to admire the skill.

This Motorcycle Concept Uses Air Jets to Prevent Skids and Crashes

Bosch's experimental technology keeps a motorcycle upright even as it's skidding toward a lowside crash.

How Seam Welding Makes Rally and Race Cars Safer and Stronger
If you're building a race car from a bare shell, you've got the perfect opportunity to add strength and safety. All it takes is a bit o…
How Bugatti Made the 1500-HP Chiron Even Faster

Bugatti focused on handling, rather than outright speed, to create the upgraded Chiron Sport

These 1950s Films Show What It Was Like to Road Trip Before the Interstate
"Road to Romance" was a series of films by Chevrolet that introduced viewers to the newest and most scenic roads of America's blossomin…
Why Cars Are So Crucial to the Best Movies Ever Made
Filmmakers use automobiles as movie characters unto themselves. The relationship between the car and cinema is deep and complex. Let's …
Exactly What Happens When You Ignore the Bridge Height Sign

The Slo Mo Guys set up a rig to test what happens when your tall truck hits a low bridge. It's pretty destructive.

Why it Takes Less Torque to Loosen a Bolt Than to Tighten It

It may not feel like it when you're fighting with a stuck or stubborn bolt, but it's true.

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The Simple Tricks That Make Toyota's New Engine 40 Percent More Efficient

The Dynamic Force engine achieves 40-percent thermal efficiency, a number once thought impossible in production car engines.

New Netflix Show 'Fastest Car' Pits Supercars Against DIY Hot Rods

Launching April 6th, the new original series shows home hot-rodders going up against the fastest, most expensive exotics in the world.

A V-5 Engine? Here's the Wild Engineering Volkswagen Used To Make It Work

A narrow-angle five-cylinder engine sounds like it would tear itself apart with imbalance. Here's how VW made it work.

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How Electric Supercharging Eliminates Turbo Lag

And why you can't just slap an electric supercharger on your normal car.