Automotive hijinks and science are on a collision course thanks to a new show from the MotorTrend Group. “Motor Mythbusters” takes on shows and movies from history and tries to determine whether certain things shown on-screen are even remotely possible. The result is a unique experience that addresses important questions, such as “can you improve the speed of a van by chopping the top?”
Co-hosted by “Mythbusters” alumnus Tory Belleci, mechanic Faye Hadley from MotorTrend’s “All Girls Garage,” and engineer and professional race car driver Bisi Ezerioha, “Motor Mythbusters” combines years of real-world experience in garages and shops with “lively curiosity” and old-school trial-and-error.
During the first season, the hosts focus on using urine in a radiator, improving the aerodynamics of a bulky van, whether “The Flinstones” car could work in