Multiple championship-winning motorsport engineering specialist HWA AG is the latest team to join Extreme E for the all-new electric SUV off-road racing series’ inaugural 2021 campaign.
The move will see one of the sport’s deep-running rivalries recommence in an entirely different sphere, with HWA’s long-time Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) sparring partner ABT Sportline having entered the Extreme E fold earlier this week (9 July).
When TV personality and racing driver Rebecca Jackson fell pregnant with twins last year purchasing a new car for her expanding family was top of her priority list.
Buying a new car for a family can be a tricky process with so many different requirements and essentials to make it work for everyone. To help parents choose the best car for their family, Rebecca is working with MotorEasy to offer her top tips for buying a new or used family car – proving that the purchase and Continue reading “Top Car Buying Tips From Rebecca Jackson”
There are a few hot hatch staples that really put a smile on our face– the RenaultSports, the VXRs, the vRS and the STs of the world. We like them all, for what they (in the main) represent. That is normally good value and performance that offers real smiles-per-mile that only a supercar or motorbike could offer.
This is the new Vauxhall Corsa Black & White Limited Edition model. It features glacier white bodywork, black 17-inch twin spoke alloy wheels and extra detailing in the form of a black sapphire roof. It also has lowered suspension and a factory fitted VXR bodykit including a spoiler and skirts.
The windscreen is an extremely important part of any vehicle – and unfortunately also an area that is prone to damage. Modern windscreens are technically quite sound and made from dual layer laminated glass which is glued into position and aids in the rigidity of the whole structure of the car. Windscreens don’t tend to fragment thanks to an inner layer, aiding safety in the event of a rollover. A windscreen check is part of an MOT.
A lot of modern cars are equipped with coil spring suspension – go and have a look at your car. Have you done so? Did you notice wound steel springs set up to take the up-and-down movement of the vehicle? These are your coil springs.
Coil springs are unfortunately one of the most frequently damaged parts of a vehicle – due to loads that they bear and the ever more common speed bumps up and down the country. Other parts of the suspension system Continue reading “Coil Spring Damage”
There’s nothing quite like Mazda’s rotary engine coupe – that has a 1.3 litre engine under the bonnet that powers the car like a 2.5 litre. Though some argue that it unfortunately drinks more like a 3 litre! When the first models were available back in 2003, the unique styling of this interesting motor was a top selling point.