The 2012 Chevy Corvette ZR1!

Author:      Date: 2012-03-12

Keywords: Chevy, Corvette, Z06,ZR1, supercharged, LS Engine

The ZR1 is the ultimate expression of Corvette’s technology-driven performance legacy. A supercharged 6.2L LS9 engine and suite of advanced performance technologies, including Performance Traction Management and Magnetic Selective Ride Control, are the elements of the highest-performing Corvette in history, with changes for 2012 designed to make it more comfortable to drive. MORE>>

Exotic Super Cars In London

Author: Jacqueline Star      Date: 2012-03-12

Keywords: arab super cars, arab exotic cars, super cars london, hyper cars london

London has been the hot spot for several years now when it comes to exotic cars. Wealthy tourists from the Middle East visit the European city during the summer months in order to escape desert heat and when these billionaires travel, they like to bring their cars with them along for the ride. The cost to ship over a car from the Gulf is not cheap; it's around fifteen thousand dollars each way. You'll find a plethora of exotic cars in the area around Knightsbridge; cars you will be able to spot include Ferrari's Bentley's, Maybach and Rolls Royces. MORE>>

Peugeot Leaves Endurance Racing - But Not Without A Replacement

Author: Ivan Rudnitsky      Date: 2012-03-12

Keywords: lmp racing, 908 hdi fap, le mans racing, peugeot leaves endurance racing, toyota ts030, le mans race

If you live in the US, chances are you've probably never heard of the manufacturer named "Peugeot". You probably can't pronounce it either. On the other hand, maybe you are familiar with Peugeot, you know - one of Europe's top primary suppliers of fuel-efficient, snazzy little front-wheel-drive vehicles, along with hybrids. Sounds exciting right? Well, this front-wheel-drive hybrid-making manufacturer has dominated the gritty world of prototype endurance racing since around 2009, amassing 14 victories in the past 16 races, along with a massive, respectable first-second finish at the 2009 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the cars competing weren't small, affordable, front-wheel-drive road cars, they were Le Mans prototypes, or, "LMP" cars - purpose-built, lightweight, rear-wheel-drive race cars that made upwards of 600-700 hp. MORE>>

Importing Japanese Sports Cars

Author: Chris C. Sturat      Date: 2012-03-12

Keywords: japanese cars,importing japanese,japanese sports,japanese sports cars

Japanese cars are famous throughout the world for their value, quality, reliability, durability and above all economical prices. Toyota, Honda, Mazda, Nissan and Suzuki are best known brands used all over the globe. Though all these brands are sold at their dedicated showrooms in each country, every week more than 100,000 used Japanese cars are imported worldwide. These cars are imported either for personal use or commercial. From cars to SUVs and Buses people like importing Japanese cars at low and affordable prices. These used cars are first bought and driven in Japan, later they are sold in the grey market. A grey import vehicle is sold and marketed legally through channels other than Vehicle Company owned showrooms, therefore; a grey market refers to the markets where such vehicles are sold. MORE>>

How Fast Can Indy Cars Go? - Automobile Racing

Author: Wendy Pan      Date: 2012-03-12

Keywords: indy,cars,fast,racing,automobiles,f1

Just how fast can Indy cars go? Well, to give you an idea, Indy cars can make it down the length of a football field plus some in less then one second. Jet airliners takeoff speeds are between 160 to 180 miles per hour. Throw some flaps or slats and a pair of wings on an Indy car, point it into the wind and there would be take off; that is how fast Indy cars can go.

Back in 1911 Ray Harroun won the very first Indianapolis 500 averaging just a hair under 75 mph. However, how fast can an Indy car go today? The average speeds of Indy cars today range from 185 to speeds over 230 miles per hour. Qualifying speeds range from 215 to 227 miles per hour. The lowest qualifying speed was recorded back in 1912 when Theodore Pilette ran 75.52 mph for a quarter mile. Back then, you had to run at least 75 mph in a quarter mile to qualify. Kenny Brack did the fastest speed recorded in qualifications at 227.598 mph in a quarter in 2005, followed up by Billy Boat in 2002, running a quarter at 226.589. MORE>>


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