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manofmany.comEvery Second is a New Challenge in the Bathurst 1000In collaboration with Pulsar. The Bathurst 1000 has come a long way since a Vauxhall Cresta was the first vehicle across the line in the race’s 1960 debut. What’s now widely regarded as the pinnacle of Australian Motorsport, the great race was actually originally held at Phillip Island and went by the name, The Armstrong …1
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mudabure.comRobert Wickens' condition improving after terrifying IndyCar crash, team says(Getty Images) IndyCar driver Robert Wickens has taken several steps along his road to recovery following last week's violent crash at Pocono Raceway. Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, Wickens' team, announced Saturday that the Guelph, Ont., native is 'breathing without medical assistance and speaking with his family.' It’s #Bommarito500 race day. All our love is going to @robertwickens. Let’s do this.#GetWellWickens ❤️🖤 // #INDYCAR // @hinchtownpic.twitter.com/aeP4WCP9J6 — Schmidt Peterson (@SPMIndyCar) August 25, 2018 Wickens, 29, was hospitalized after his car soared into the fence during the seventh lap of the 200-lap race. The race was delayed for two hours after the incident. Wickens needed multiple surgeries to treat his injuries, which reportedly
mudabure.comThe Best of Monterey Car Week 2018 in PhotosNothing revs the hearts of automobile aficionados quite like Monterey Car Week. Every August, lovers of rare models, exotics and concept cars head to Northern California for the world’s premier auto exhibitions. Anchoring the week is the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, which began in 1950 and features the Tour d’Elegance, a slow-moving museum of vintage cars that parades along the Monterey Peninsula's famed 17-Mile Drive. There is also The Quail: A Motorsports Gathering in nearby Carmel, which started its engines in 2003 and features the debut of several supercars—among this year’s reveals were the Lambghini Huracán SVJ and the Bugatti Divo—and concept cars.
jalopnik.comMercedes' Road-Legal F1 Car Is Delayed Because F1 Cars Aren’t Meant to Be Road LegalThe Mercedes-Benz AMG performance division said two years ago that it would make a $3 million Formula One car for the road, built with the engine used in a series often called the pinnacle of motorsport. But it’s not so easy to tone down an F1 engine to the point that it can share stop lights with the Ford Fusions of the world, which is why the car’s on a nine-month delay.
apnews.comFormula E CEO says Saudi race still planned to open seasonLONDON (AP) — The Formula E motorsport series is pressing ahead with plans to open its season in Saudi Arabia, even as global business leaders have suspended ties with the Gulf kingdom over the disappearance of a journalist. Turkish officials say they fear Saudi agents killed and dismembered Jamal Khashoggi after he entered the consulate in Istanbul nearly two weeks ago. Khashoggi wrote columns in the Washington Post that were critical of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The alleged incident led to business executives and media companies pulling out of a major investment conference in Saudi Arabia this month.
apnews.comAP Interview: Rosberg expects F1 merger with electric seriesHighlighting fresh concerns about global warming, Nico Rosberg foresees an eventual merger between the fuel-guzzling Formula One championship and the more environmentally friendly, electric motorsport series. The German driver retired from F1 after winning his only title in 2016, and he has since invested in the four-year-old Formula E championship, which he said is now worth 750 million euros ($870 million). While F1 remains more attractive to sponsors and fans, the upstart series is showing increasing commercial appeal. Heineken, which already sponsors F1, was announced on Monday as the official beer and cider backer of the electric street racing championship under a five-year deal.
jalopnik.comThe 'Revolutionary' Marcos Mantis XP Prototype Literally Flooded at Spa-FrancorchampsMotorsport back in the day seemed like it must have been one hell of a time. In an era when it was rare to, y’know, actually take your cars out to test them before you brought them to the track, so every so often, a team would show up at the track only to find, lo and behold—their seemingly revolutionary car was a hot mess. Such was the situation with the 1968 Marcos Mantis XP.
jalopnik.comMotoGP Bike Deemed 'Too Dangerous' for F1 DriverRed Bull’s motorsport program will let MotoGP riders test Formula One cars for publicity and all of that junk, but you better believe the privilege isn’t the same the other way around. When Red Bull F1 driver Max Verstappen asked to get on a racing bike for fun, the team shut that idea down because it’s too dangerous.