Saturday, November 22, 2014

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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

2016 Mazda Miata MX-5

2016 Mazda Miata MX-5 Global Cup Car: Now With More Officially Sanctioned Cup Series
2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Cup race car

Mazda today made an announcement that will delight legions of the Miata nation: The new 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata will be raced in a new Global Cup series slated to be held in North America, Europe, and Asia. The announcement, made at the bizarre Las Vegas horsepower bazaar known as SEMA, is pretty vague, but the accompanying reveal of the MX-5 Cup car seen in these images tells us pretty much everyything we need to know. Stating only that the action will start in 2016 and use identically prepped cars in multiple series worldwide, the maker at this point hasn’t even indicated which countries will be involved, only saying that full details of the Global MX-5 Cup will be announced as they are confirmed. What Mazda is sure of, however, is that the series will culminate at the end of 2016 with a Global Shootout at (natch) Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, California, to crown the series champion. A one-day test in Mazda’s top-level Tudor United States SportsCar Championship Skyactiv prototype race car will top the list of prizes bestowed on the champion.
2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Cup race car

Although Mazda’s 2.0-liter Skyactiv-G four-cylinder engine will be the spec engine for the series, Mazda hasn’t revealed any additional technical specs. A source within the company told C/D that the race car is likely to get the same rash of cold-air intake, header, spec exhaust, and coil-over suspension as today's MX-5 Cup spec car. Over the winter, Mazda motorsports plans to conduct development and testing “to select the optimum suspension, tire, powertrain, and safety modifications” for the series. Final specs will be announced sometime in 2015, when Mazda will start taking orders for the 2016 series. For the first time, the Global MX-5 Cup race cars will be sold “ready to race” from one supplier. Will this be Mazdaspeed, the company's in-house performance group? So many questions, so few answers.

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Wednesday, November 5, 2014


New Audace and Eldorado models make their debut at EICMA 2014.

2015 Moto Guzzi California Audace studio 3/4 view
Moto Guzzi showed an upgraded 2015 V7 at the recent INTERMOT show in Germany, but I knew they had more in store for EICMA 2014. After all, Moto Guzzi’s Mandello del Lario headquarters are only about 40 miles from Milan. And sure enough, Moto Guzzi delivered today in Italy with two new California models: the California Audace and the California Eldorado.
The new Audace (which means bold in Italian) is the starkest evolution of the Moto Guzzi California, replete with a matte-black color scheme, polished edges on the cylinder fins and valve-cover ribs, plus megaphone-shaped mufflers. The Audace is basically an evolution of the California Custom model, sharing the same gas-charged Sachs shock absorbers and cast aluminum wheels, here with Moto Guzzi logo in red.
In addition to the matte-black color scheme, the Audace is immediately identifiable thanks to its drag handlebar bar with tall risers, its “naked” front fork and its suede-trimmed seat, which has contrasting red double stitching. Most significant, though, is the adoption of a fatter 200/65-17 rear tire. Also, footpegs replace the California’s floorboards, which means the rocker-type shifter has been replaced by a conventional “push-down/pull-up” shift lever.

2015 Moto Guzzi California Eldorado studio 3/4 viewMOTO GUZZI CALIFORNIA ELDORADO
The new Moto Guzzi California Eldorado resurrects the name of one of the original Moto Guzzi California models of the 1960s. The name brings with it a number of finishing touches, such as chrome inserts on the rear half of the fuel tank, the 16-in. spoked rear wheel, the white-sidewall tires, and the ampler spoon-shaped seat, which is only 28.5 inches above the ground. In addition to the standard electronics suite found on all Moto Guzzi California models, the new Eldorado has cruise control as standard equipment.


Sunday, November 2, 2014



Can you imagine that a punctured or flat tire is no longer a problem, but a thing of the past? It may sound too good to be true, but leading experts of largest tire companies in the world for more than a year are scratching their heads over this issue.
Inflatable or pneumatic tires have a lot of disadvantages. Merely the failed wheel can cause disability to the entire vehicle. Frustrating when such a situation occurs at the most inopportune moment. However, in the hostilities puncture can cost people their lives. For this reason, for the first time was raised the issue of the vulnerability of inflatable wheels precisely in the Pentagon, which has allocated a lot of money on the search for alternative solutions. The result was not long in coming, soon appeared the first airless tire on the military transport vehicle Humvee.

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Vijay Pattni30 October 2014

Have a listen to the new Civic Type R

Rather wonderful new film showcases the Type R’s nasty side. It sounds very nasty indeed

Honda promises us the new Civic Type R will be the most "extreme and high-performing model to wear the famous ‘Red H' badge". Now we have video proof that it'll sound quite nasty indeed.
Honda has announced a new film - which is actually an incredibly cool short with some neat flourishes - showcasing both sides of the Civic's nature.

You hit play, and the film begins with a sedate Civic being driven around, um, sedately. Hold down your keyboard's ‘R' key, and you get the full-blooded Type R alternative, complete with that raspy soundtrack.

We already know that Civic Type R will be the most powerful Type R ever, and will get that raspy soundtrack from a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine; the first time a Type R model has used a turbo.
Honda's Hisayuki Yagi, chief engineer, told that "in order to achieve our set targets for performance, a turbo was the most suitable technology". Technology suitable for bashing out a power output somewhere north of 276bhp. A lot, therefore.
"It's just a tool," Yagi told TG about the turbo. "We've also put a lot of weight reducing technology in the Type R. It's very usual at Honda where we set performance targets that seem unreachable."
It'll come with a six-speed gearbox powering the front wheels, which we assume will end in a lot of chaos. Not so, says Yagi. "During the planning and concept phase, we considered a four-wheel-drive system and automatic gearbox, but we settled on FWD and that was that.
"With our skills, we can definitely cope with this high output," he added.
It'll be fast. It'll be pointy (just look at it), and it promises to blitz around the Nürburgring too. "We are targeting a value around the ‘Ring that exceeds customer expectation," Yagi told us.

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