Brown hints at Ricciardo/Norris Bathurst 1000 bid

Calendars will dictate if Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris make a sensational Bathurst 1000 start in the future, says McLaren boss Zak Brown. Brown, a part-owner of the Walkinshaw Andretti United Supercars squad, has thrown his support behind the idea of the two F1 aces teaming up for a wildcard tilt at Bathurst in a WAU Holden once Ricciardo joins […]

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Aston Martin boss headed towards the exit

Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer is reportedly on his way out of the door, set to be replaced by AMG boss Tobias Moers. The reshuffle comes a trying two years for the luxury carmakery, with its valuation plummeting from £4.3bn in 2018 to £540m after it was floated. “The company confirms that it is reviewing its management team and a […]

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Govt. announces BS6 emission norms for quadricycles

The government of India has announced BS6 emission norms for quadricycles (L1 category). The new emission norms are in line with the EU’s World motorcycle test cycle (WMTC) cycle used to measure fuel consumption and emissions in motorcycles. The L1 category of vehicles were introduced in 2018. These are 4-wheeled vehicles that are of the same size as a 3-wheeler. […]

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Next-gen Mercedes-Benz S-Class official teaser out

Mercedes-Benz has released the first official teaser of the next-generation S-Class. The new S-Class (W223) features a redesigned chrome grille and slim LED headlamps. The front bumper has been reworked and features a chrome insert. Earlier this month, a set of leaked images of the new S-Class had surfaced online which had revealed the exterior and interior of the new […]

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F1 news: PM Boris Johnson tells ministers to help British GP

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has reportedly responded to lobbying from Formula 1 to create a quarantine exemption for the sport’s travelling personnel by asking his ministers to make it happen. A story in The Times on Monday evening said Johnson is keen to help the two planned Silverstone races take place, and has kickstarted the process. A source has confirmed […]

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First Camping Trip With The Tesla Model X Towing A Camper

It’s time to see how the new Model X does on its first official family camping trip. Campgrounds are still closed in many areas due to the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders. However, some are starting to open up. Our friends over at the Trail Less Traveled YouTube channel were lucky enough to finally find an open campground for the […]

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German Court Rules VW Must Pay Dieselgate Owner Compensation

A court in Germany has dealt a dieselgate blow to Volkswagen, ruling that the automaker must pay compensation to owners of vehicles affected by the diesel emissions scandal nearly five years after news of the emissions defeat devices broke. Around 60,000 lawsuits were pending with German courts, Automotive News Europe reports, and this ruling by the Bundesgerichtshof, the German federal […]

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China: Roughly 61,000 Plug-In Electric Cars Sold In April 2020

At least temporarily, Tesla Model 3 was behind the all-electric BYD Qin. The automotive market in China continues to recover, as in April 2020, overall car sales nearly matched results from a year ago (down only 3%). Improvements concern also plug-in electric cars – the rate of year-over-year decline is smaller (down 29%), but still significant. According to the EV […]

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Renault want long-term Daniel Ricciardo replacement

Renault principal Cyril Abiteboul says the team will wait until the season starts to pick a long-term replacement for Daniel Ricciardo. Ricciardo will join McLaren for 2021, leaving a spare seat at Renault for next year. Esteban Ocon is already tied down, but Renault are going to take their time with finding his new team-mate, and ideally they want someone […]

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