On 26 Jul 2018, Lamborghini upload a video showing how Aventador SVJ was capable of setting a sub-7 (6:44:97) at the Green Hell, that makes us remind that how this Italian company kept the promise when the launched the base model in 2011 that handling was the main priority over than acceleration and speed. … Continue reading SVJ to R-SV
I could say that the Pagani Zonda is a real iddqd, because of endless evolved over the years and, celebrating the 20th years, today, this sports car is remarkable in every single way. Just like the Lamborghini Pregunta.
Since 1995, the engine downsizing is here, even though Formula 1 (F1) had developed even more the V10, the V8 2.4l took place, and now, the focus is the 1.6l V6, who lives together with a battery system. Nonetheless, imagine that, somehow and somewhere, Formula 1's managers put aside the hybridization in favour … Continue reading V12 Era
After the Rolls-Royce Motors became the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited, the Phantom Serie I (2003-2011) established a new beginning for Rolls Royce in terms of car production. Even now the BMW Group is directed response for the British company, the philosophy hasn’t changed. In other words, it has respected the history to offer a powerful … Continue reading Rolls-Royce Cullinan
The today news on Formula 1’s website has informed for the next season that: “An increase in race fuel allowance from 105 to 110 kg. This will allow drivers to use the engine at full power at all times.” First, this information isn’t quite true. I mean, today is impossible for a Formula 1 driver … Continue reading F1 steering wheel
It is good to read about TVR is back with the second-generation Griffith. Powered by Ford and tweaked by Cosworth, the V8, now have 500hp, which gives a 2,5 hp/kg. TVR brought a touch yesteryear and future. The past, the new sports car has a clutch pedal which kept the same formula as the old … Continue reading TVR
Name: Ferrari GTC4Lusso Specifications: V12 - 65°, naturally aspirated and 7-speed F1 DCT. Performance: 0-100 in 3,4 sec., 332,8 Km/h and 160 Km/h in 6,4 sec. HIGHS 1) Definitely is the best part of the car is the V12-engine. Fire up and will make to forget about weight, the running costs and depreciation. The 6.3 … Continue reading Ferrari, Lusso