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What Went Wrong?
by Hailey Kerr. Formula 1 Team BMW Sauber is to carry out a detailed analysis of Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica's first lap crash at the Nurburgring.Team boss Mario Theissen believes that the clash, which sent both to the rear of the field, cost BMW an almost cert...
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Alfa Romeo May Return To The US
by Faye Bautista. MotorAuthority tell us that thanks to Fiat, SpA's miraculous fiscal turn around, Alfa Romeo now is officially slated to return to these United States in the spring of 2009.Sure, we've heard these tempting declarations before from the Italian marque ...
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Ferrari Furious Over Fia Verdict
by Anthony Fontanelle. The spying scandal which Bernie Ecclestone called as 'nonsense' reached its climax as an emergency World Motor Sport Council was called by the FIA, the ruling body of Formula One. During the council, McLaren was asked to answer allegation that they...
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Porsche to Raise Stake in Vw
by Anthony Fontanelle. Porsche AG recently announced that it is prepared to raise further its stake in fellow German carmaker Volkswagen AG and is ready "for anything", its chief financial officer has said. "We have ensured several options in order to further increase our...
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A Hybrid Cayenne in the Works for Porsche
by Anthony Fontanelle. Toyota's unveiling of its plug-in hybrid vehicle is not surprising. General Motors' decision to develop the Chevy Volt does not surprise also considering the fact that they are being hammered by Toyota in terms of coming up with eco-friendly vehicl...
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Porsche - Worlds Most Profitable Carmaker in 2006
by Rain Stockton. Bloomberg reports Porsche AG's 911, a $72,400 sports car, spurred the carmaker's being the world's most profitable last year. CEO Wendelin Wiedeking says earnings will grow even more because of Volkswagen AG's Golf, a $15,000 hatchback. The report s...
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Mazda Launched Mixed Model Production of Engine Parts
by Evander Klum. Mazda Motor Corporation the producer of quality Mazda 626 performance parts has recently announced the launching of their mixed model production on the engine parts machining line at thei...
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One Million for Audi
by Anthony Fontanelle. German automaker Audi has been making great leaps in the right direction. Years ago, the luxury division of the largest European automaker, Volkswagen AG, has been left far behind by fellow German brands Mercedes-Benz and BMW. In recent times thou...
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Red Bull Shows Surprise Resurgence
by Anthony Fontanelle. Going into the 2007 European Grand Prix, all eyes are on McLaren and Ferrari which are battling for the championship. Attention is also focused on the brewing rivalry between world champions Renault and BMW Sauber. But after the race, it was Red Bu...
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Ford Doing What it Thinks is Good for the Business
by Shane Morgay. Ford Motor Corporation has denied reports that it's selling its Swedish-based unit and further stated that it's not in any way negotiating with anyone to sell Volvo.According to reports on Sunday Times and New York Times quoting unnamed source said ...
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Ford Opens Doors for Jaguar, Land Rover Bids
by Anthony Fontanelle. The recuperating Ford Motor Co. is opening its doors to welcome eager bidders. The automaker has finally decided to take that crucial step to let go two of its precious European brands included in the Premium Automotive Group (PAG). The Dearborn-bas...
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Spykers Rookie Spins on Practice
by Anthony Fontanelle. After the British Grand Prix two weeks ago, Spyker Formula One Team announced that they will not be going to the European Grand Prix with Christijan Albers as their second driver. The reason given by the racing outfit is that one of the Dutch sponso...
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Mazda Hits 40 Million Units of Production in Japan
by Ally Wahlberg. Mazda Motor Corporation in July 16 reached 40 million units of cumulative production in Japan during a tribute ceremony at its Ujina Plant No. 2, which is situated near Mazda's headquarters in Hiroshima. Mazda's Representative Director, Chairman of ...
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Porsche Success to Boost Vw Profitability
by Anthony Fontanelle. Porsche AG's 911, a $72,400 sports car, helped make the carmaker the world's most profitable in 2006, says a Bloomberg report. Meanwhile, CEO Wendelin Wiedeking says earnings will grow even more thanks to models such as Volkswagen AG's Golf, a $15,0...
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Jaguar Tops J.d. Power Customer Service Index
by Anthony Fontanelle. Jaguar, the luxury brand being auctioned off by Dearborn-based automaker Ford, recently received the distinction of having the highest Customer Service Index according to a study conducted by J.D. Power and Associates. The study is undertaken to le...
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Ferrari Ready to Do Battle
by Lauren Woods. The upcoming European Grand Prix will be a focal point in the battle for supremacy in the ongoing 2007 Formula One season. Although McLaren is leading Ferrari in the constructors' championship standings, Ferrari is staging a comeback of sorts. Afte...
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Avanti: the American Alternative to European Sports Cars
by Jason Moore. Avanti Motors the maker of Avanti catalytic converter can trace its roots back to the year 1962 when the first Avanti, which was at that time a product of the legendary Studebaker auto manufacturer...

Five Germans to Race on Weekend But No Schumi
by Anthony Fontanelle. The tenth race of the Formula One season will be held at the NÃ?rburgring in Nurburg, Germany. This will be the only race that will be held in Germany this year, something which has not happened since 1994 when the European Grand Prix was held in S...
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Renaults Going in the Right Direction Says Fisi
by Anthony Fontanelle. After a good performance at the British Grand Prix, watchers are amenable to the fact that Renault is really back on form. And Renault's Giancarlo Fisichella reassures a tight fight by saying that the team is going in the right direction.Fisi, the I...
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A Timely Makeover for Subaru Tribeca
by Anthony Fontanelle. If you have an impression that Subarus are too costly, too ugly and too powerless, well, the automaker's latest update might change your notion. The new Tribeca gets a radical makeover. It loses more than just half its name and gains more than just ...
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Porsche Panamera to Have Body Shells From Volkswagen
by Rain Stockton. According to a Porsche company update to shareholders, the company is planning to collaborate with Volkswagen on the Panamera. Accordingly, the painted body shells for the four-door coupe will be supplied by the Volkswagen Hannover facility.Porsche'...
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Big 3 Performance to Introduce Escalade Esv Supercharger Systems
by Anthony Fontanelle. We knew it was forthcoming. And critics are quite surprised to know it would take this long. Still, the Cadillac Escalade ESV supercharger is worth the wait.The Big 3 Performance has used the supplied technology from supercharger leader Paxton/Vorte...
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Raikkonen Topped Final Test Day
by Anthony Fontanelle. After his teammate Felipe Massa recorded the fastest lap time during the second day of testing at the Spa Francorchamps, Kimi Raikkonen ensured that they will be heading to the European Grand Prix with the fastest testing session time. The said cir...
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Porsche Celebrates Production of 100,000 911s
by Anthony Fontanelle. Porsche AG has created another remarkable milestone in the automotive realm. The Stuttgart, Germany-based automaker produces another worthy page of amazing success in its survival book. The success story is boosted by its iconic sports car - the 911...
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Mclaren Ferrari Battle Rages on
by Anthony Fontanelle. In Formula One, the most famous rivalry is that of McLaren's and Ferrari's. This season, the two teams are going head to head although McLaren is ahead of Ferrari in the constructors' championship standing. McLaren's rookie, Lewis Hamilton, is als...
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