Category Archives: Motor Sports
IndyCar officials confirmed Thursday that Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon was killed when his open-cockpit car struck a fence support post in the Oct. 16 race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
All weekend there were signs that Lewis Hamilton’s mojo was coming back, and a dominant victory in Abu Dhabi was just what the McLaren driver needed. In celebration, he dedicated it to his mother Carmen, whose birthday it was.
MINI has taken the wraps – or rather the roof – off its latest model, the Roadster.
It is difficult to know what the 95,000 fans who, according to the official count at least, turned up at Sunday’s Indian Grand Prix made of their country’s first foray into Formula One.
The market for vast, cargo-carrying estates (or wagons, as they’re referred to throughout most of the rest of Europe) has shrunk somewhat in recent years as manufacturers release a new breed of “lifestyle” estates in which luggage capacity and practicality are sacrificed at the altar of style.
It seemed apt that when it came time to leave the office in Suzuki’s diminutive “mini-MPV”, the Splash, it had been raining long enough and hard enough to leave standing water on the road. Splash, splish, and indeed, splosh.
Richard Dawkins was unavailable to comment on whether natural selection has wrought significant changes to the human eye in the 12 years the Toyota Yaris has been on sale, but I think it’s fair to assume our mince pies are largely the same now as they were back in 1998.
British IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon has died after a horrific 15-car crash at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday which left the motor sports world in shock.
Sebastian Vettel delivered a champion’s drive to secure his 10th victory of the season and hand Red Bull their second consecutive Formula One constructors’ title.
McLaren’s Jenson Button fended off brutal competition to emerge as the winner of the Japanese GP 2011. He was sensational despite the stiff fight shown by the other two podium finishers, Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel.