So according to a reply to one of my tweets to Chrysler Canada, the Dodge Grand Caravan will still be produced for the Canadian market, where it is a leader.
This was my view at two consecutive stoplights:
Here is a neat insight into some of the behind the scenes technical work that goes on over the course of an F1 weekend. Despite being 15 years old it’s still interesting to try to decode some of the technical jargon and to see the observations of the drivers as changes are made.
Merry Thanksgiving and a happy Cyber Monday to all. It’s that time of the year again, time to give thanks and get some sweet deals. Not to be left out, there are some savings to be had on wares from Oppo’s own.
This is an interesting read from Ars Technica about the data demands of modern F1, both from a broadcast standpoint for the FOM and car-garage-HQ for the teams. Check it out.
Caught this headline on my Facebook feed a few minutes ago, so I went to nascar.com, I see that the race is just coming back from a rain delay...
Apparently unrelated to goings on in Paris.
Multiple-record holder and stunt drive specialist Alastair Moffatt successfully reversed a classic Mini Cooper into a parking space leaving a combined distance of just 34 cm between his car and the vehicles in front and behind.
A new jetpack unlike any other before has made its grand public debut during a tour down the Hudson River and past the Statue of Liberty. This is not your grandfather’s jet pack.
Almost a year ago, RBR hired Marco Illien, of Ilmor Engineering fame, to work with Renault to jointly improve the combustion engine. With Renault not having lived up to Red Bull’s expectation of improvement and the media feud that followed, the fizzy drinks company has now decided to go on its own path.
After departing from Vergiate in Italy, witness report the vertical lift aircraft caught fire shortly after takeoff before crashing. Two pilots onboard have been confirmed dead. Both occupants are employees for AgustaWestland, one Italian and the other American identified as Pietro Venanzi, 53 years of Sesto Calende…
Not just less than a new Cessna, but at only a fraction of the cost it would take to fly home in a venerable 172 Skyhawk, you can walk away with an entire aircraft manufacturing company. How can it be?
Some eagle eyes person on Imgur spotted this yesterday. I got to it through Twitter:
Northrop Grumman has just released exclusive video of their classic stealth bomber designed for the United States Air Force. Enjoy flying air-to-air in stunning high definition with the B-2 Spirit which first flew in 1989.
VTEC just ringed in, yo!
The headline for this article made me believe it had promise. Nope. What a load of BS.
Win one for car people! Hapless thieves fail, three times, at stealing this young lady’s classic car. Oh, and she goes to car shows! The link has some pretty good video footage of the attempted theft in process.
This is a small bus company from Itá, in the Santa Catarina state of southern Brazil. There are many examples of people here who do not understand english but name their companies in pure engrish. This morning I saw the worst ever. NSFW-ish after the jump.