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Putting it into park: Weekend Linkage

The Mojo Motors Twitter feed the past week has been blown up by two reoccurring themes. The new Grand Theft Auto V trailer and pictures from the SEMA auto show going on in Las Vegas. Here are those stories and a few more…just in case you missed them. Enjoy the weekend.

- Four years later, the Grand Theft Auto series makes its glorious return

- NPR article reveals used cars in Cuba like a 2006 Honda can fetch more than $50,000

- Ex-Nascar driver Jeremy Mayfield “had enough guns to equip a small army.”

- AutoWeek is the neglected step-child of auto websites, but they sure have great photos from SEMA

Putting it into park: Weekend Linkage

Welcoming in the weekend is this Friday’s edition of “Putting it into park” with the most essential and almost essential automotive news and links from the past week.

Mojo Motors Suzuki Kizashi Image

-Has anyone actually ever seen a  Suzuki Kizashi in person? [link]

-This commercial is the most unrealistic portrayal of how motor racing works. [link]

-Speaking of unrealistic things, the Fast Five DVD has just been released. [link]

-Top Gear set to hold alternative olympics and Jeremy Clarkson will compete. [link]

-GM partners with RelayRides to let GM owners rent out their whips. [link]

-Ford will let the public into their proving grounds for the first time ever to raise money for charity. [link]

-The video below is one of the closest calls on a motorcycle caught on tape. [link]


Photo credits: Suzuki