The first is from Autoguide. It revolves around a Texan couple who own 79 Dodge Vipers:
Although this picture looks like a load of Matchbox cars - they are real. Whats the point? Some of them even look identical - there are at least four white ones with blue Shelby Stripes. The couple are asked the question in the video that accompanies the story but it was filmed in the Dodge factory so you can't actually hear the responses.
The second story is from Australian site caradvice.com.au and centres around a decision that police in the State of Victoria (ie Victorian Police) should no longer get involved in car chases unless there are special circumstances. You may ask why - I know I did, especially when I read the first half of the article, a viewpoint by their correspondent Paul Maric interestingly titled, "Drunk and drug affected drivers given green light thanks to Victoria Police." The second part of the article does give the opposing view though and I can now see where they are coming from. The comments section at the end is very good too - I dread to think what sort of comments would have been appearing if the Mail ran the story.
Now a picture of Victorian Police: