Kyusha Indulgence: The Nostalgic 2 Days

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A Scene That Keeps On Growing Welcome to the quickest expanding slice of Japanese car culture, the kyusha scene. It’s a pretty simple outcome I suppose. There are far less interesting and fun new cars being made in Japan, so as a consequence, we’ve all been into the same generation of cars for quite a while now. R32
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Vizzion to Join Buzz and Crozz in Volkswagen’s I.D. World

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Ever since Dieselgate, Volkswagen is trying to bring back some of its lost public mojo by investing heavily in electric vehicles and concept cars. Even if the scandal did not affect sales numbers for 2017, it does seem the Germans are trying hard to make amends. 81 photos At the beginning of last year, they
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Yamaha “relying on fate” as fix could take “months”

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Valentino Rossi admits Yamaha is “relying on fate” for the opening rounds of the 2018 MotoGP season, as a potential fix for the team’s acceleration issue could be “months” away. The Italian conceded after the opening day of the Thailand test that he was “not optimistic” he would be competitive come the first race of the
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Melandri fastest, Rea crashes on first Phillip Island test day

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Ducati’s Marco Melandri topped the opening World Superbike test at Phillip Island ahead of the new season, as reigning champion Jonathan Rea crashed heavily in the morning. Monday’s running at the Australian circuit, which will be the scene of the opening round of the 2018 season this weekend, was split into a brace of two-hour sessions.
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The electric future of World Rallycross

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The World Rallycross Championship is set to switch its primary class to all-electric cars in 2020. Former World Rally Championship regular Manfred Stohl explains why this kind of car will ensure rallycross continues to be spectacular in an interview with Motorsport.tv’s The Flying Lap. “During the driving, I don’t miss the noise,” says Stohl, who
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A Viper V10 Goes Back In Time

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Good Times With The Goodguys When the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association invited me over to shoot their G-10 1970 pickup for them, I stretched the visit out a bit and went for a wander around the offices. But the stretching wasn’t done there, and I coerced the gents to take out their 70-year-old, one-of-a-kind Viper V10-powered 1948 Chrysler
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Lorenzo unlikely to stick with 2017-spec Ducati

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Jorge Lorenzo says it’s unlikely he’ll switch back to Ducati’s 2017-spec MotoGP bike in Qatar even though he used it on the final day of testing in Thailand. After only managing to finish the first two days of running at Buriram 10th-fastest, Lorenzo endured an even tougher time on Sunday, slumping to 22nd place and 1.846s
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F1 2018 car launch special

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Gallery: F1 2018 car launch special 14,680 views A gallery of all the Formula 1 2018 contenders revealed so far, which we will update as they appear. Haas F1 Team VF-18 9/15 Red Bull Racing RB14 13/15 Red Bull Racing RB14 14/15 Red Bull Racing RB14 15/15 About this article Source link

Neuville takes points lead with win

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Thierry Neuville completed the final three stages of Rally Sweden to secure his first victory of the 2018 WRC season, and take the championship lead. In SS17, the first stage of the day, Neuville gave up eight seconds of the 22.7s lead he had started with as a result of careful driving, but was second-fastest
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Thailand test my “worst” with Yamaha, says Vinales

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Maverick Vinales says the Thailand MotoGP test has been “by long the worst” for him since he joined Yamaha, as he struggled on the final day following a promising Saturday. The Spaniard claimed that he found the solution for the Yamaha YZR-M1’s traction problems at the end of day two at Buriram, saying the bike
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Pedrosa pips Zarco to end Thailand test on top

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Dani Pedrosa concluded MotoGP’s Thailand pre-season test with the fastest time, edging out Johann Zarco in the dying stages of Sunday’s running. Tech 3 Yamaha rider Zarco became only the second rider of the test to breach the 1m30s barrier when he set a time of 1m29.944s late in the morning, before improving to a
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Ricciardo needs to be less “sensitive” to set-up flaws

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Daniel Ricciardo believes he needs to get better at driving through problems in the 2018 Formula 1 season rather than trying to perfect his set-ups. Though Ricciardo outscored Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen last year, the Dutchman had the stronger qualifying record and was ahead in five of the seven grands prix where they both finished.
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