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by , 6 hours ago

George Russell is taking a hiding from his F1 peers after becoming the center of a huge crash storm. He became the lightning rod who sparked a massive accident between himself and Valtteri Bottas at the rain-affected Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. As the dust settled and the smoke cleared, Russell directed his fury towards Bottas. […]

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by , 10 hours ago

The Audi A6 is dead long live the Audi A6 e-tron Concept. This is the way. Eventually, the current fossil-fueled A6 will have to make the transition from fossil fuel to battery power because this is the mandated way. And in preparation for this bold new era, very few legacy car manufacturers wanted, Audi has […]

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by , 11 hours ago

The Ferrari F40 is the B-of-the-Bang of the modern supercar philosophy. It was the last car personally overseen and approved by the company’s erstwhile founder, Enzo Ferrari. It is a race car for the road powered by 2.9-litre V8 twin-turbo producing 471hp and over 200mph. When it launched in 1987 it was seen as the […]

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by , 12 hours ago

Toyota, in terms of styling and design language, is somewhat cautious and conservative. This is what happens when you become the world’s biggest manufacturer of cars. Simple, plain styling is cost-effective to manufacture. Most people who buy Toyota do so because of reliability, styling doesn’t factor into the equation. Car manufacturers are great at concept […]

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by , 19th Apr 21 4:39 pm

The super-rich are overdosing on prestige and performance cars at the moment. How can it be that during an economic Armageddon, caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, demand for high-performance vehicles has actually increased? The super-rich has gotten super-wealthy from the pandemic. Crony capitalism has lined the pockets of the elites. As an example, US billionaire […]

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