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World Endurance Championships Roars at Silverstone

  The all mighty Porsche 919 Hybrid, kicked off its defense of its title in the 2017 World Endurance Championships (WEC) in Silverstone this past Easter.  By having a different strategy to its main competitor, Toyota Gazoo Racing, Porsche DMG MORI came into the race weekend knowing full well that they could be at a […]

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2017 FIA World Endurance Championship kicks off with the 6 hours of Silverstone this weekend!

SILVERSTONE, UK- Silverstone will see the first duel between the re-worked Porsche 919 hybrid and the Toyota TS050 Hybrid. WEC fans can still recall the agonizing 2016 Le Mans finish wherein the Toyota crawled to a halt, after leading most of the race, with just a few corners to go before the checkered flag.   […]

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Porsche sweeps front of Le Mans grid

Although the weather forecast called for scattered thunderstorms, the race track remained dry throughout both Qualifying Practice sessions at Le Mans. Nevertheless, the cars claiming pole positions yesterday during the first Qualifying Practice session kept their spots. Neel Jani, driving the No. 18 Porsche 919 Hybrid, secured the pole position yesterday with a lap in […]

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Porsche 919 Hybrid prototypes for Le Mans: impressive in test run

The new Porsche 919 Hybrid showed a lot of promise in a recent test at the prologue to the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in Circuit Paul Ricard, which covered a total of 4,188 kilometers. At the presentation of the new prototype, Porsche announced the switch to the highest energy recovery category of 8 […]

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Jun 21, 2017

If I were to ask how many of you use the seat belt while driving, I would see a

Jun 21, 2017

I can still remember my Dad’s own 1996 model Honda Accord with the 2.2-liter VTEC engine over 20 years