WTAJ-TV in Pennsylvania got together with Tim O’Neil to share some safe winter driving tips! Click here to view the story.
Autoweek featured a recent Team O’Neil video on how to perform J-Turns. Click here for the full story.
Road and Track shared a feature on Tim O’Neil’s garage and some of his classic vehicles. Click here for the video.
Recently Jalopnik.com shared our video regarding if you should or should not skip gears when shifting a manual tranmission. Click here to view the story!
Autoweek featured our recent video of the difference between AWD and 4WD. Check out the full story by clicking here.
Check out Team O’Neil Rally School featured by Road and Track!
In the pursuit of his go-fast education, Tim O’Neil has destroyed hundreds of cars. But you don’t have to. In the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where a teenage O’Neil first taught himself to dodge cops and drive like a moonshine runner, the five-time U.S. and North American rally champion can turn boring drivers into back-road demons—without having to dig your incisors out of the nearest oak tree. It’s called Team O’Neil Rally School, a 560-acre private playground carved from a reclaimed gravel pit.
Rallying is a nuanced art. It takes years of training to get to the level where you can drive an open class car like this Subaru WRX STI with a sequential gearbox and 500 pound feet of torque. But I didn’t have years of training. I had hours. And driving it has warped my brain forever.
Team O’Neil is excited to announce a new partnership with Spyder Active Sports and their new Spyder GT collection – a line of motorsports-inspired, performance apparel for men.
I’m a big fan of old cop and detective shows. One of my favorites is The Rockford Files that aired in the 1970s and starred the legendary James Garner as private detective Jim Rockford. The Rockford Files was famous for the car chase scenes in which Rockford would race down bad guys in his Firebird Esprit. Rockford’s signature car maneuver was the J-Turn in which he would start off in reverse, spin the car 180 degrees and then continue forward in the same direction. Because the move was used so often on the show, the J-turn is often called “The Rockford Turn.”