Archive for March, 2018

Nissan R390 GT1

  The Nissan R390 GT1 was a mid-engined racing car built in Atsugi, Japan. It was designed primarily to gain a suitable racing entry in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1997 and 1998. It was built to race under the grand tourerstyle rules, requiring a homologated road version to be built. Therefore, the R390 was built originally as road car, then a racing […]

Chiba’s Makuhari Messe

Tokyo Auto Salon 2018 rolled into town near the Japan capital Friday beginning a three-day extravaganza of custom cars that organizers are hoping will be the largest ever for the event. Occupying the entirety of Chiba’s Makuhari Messe convention center east of Tokyo, the 36th anniversary edition of Tokyo Auto Salon (TAS) has organizers expecting […]

Potential Left for Rotary Power

Rotary engines (also known as Wankel engines) are special not just because of their physical differences with conventional piston units, but also because of the resulting characteristics. They’re super revvy, ultra responsive and very smooth, and they also produce significantly more power per litre than mechanical-drag fighting piston engines. Admittedly, rotary units tend to be […]

Lance Stroll 

Lance Stroll (born 29 October 1998) is a Canadian racing driver,[2] currently driving in Formula One with Williams. He was Italian F4 champion in 2014, Toyota Racing Series champion in 2015, and 2016 FIA European Formula 3 champion. He was part of the Ferrari Driver Academy from 2010 to 2015. He achieved his first podium finishing, a 3rd place, at the 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, becoming the second-youngest driver to finish […]

Nick Cassidy 

Nick Cassidy (born 19 August 1994)[1] is a New Zealand racing driver. He is best known for being one of the most successful drivers in history of the Toyota Racing Series. Cassidy began his racing career in karting when he was six years old. He remained in karting until 2010. He also participated in midget races since he was […]

Mitsubishi GTO

The Mitsubishi GTO is a sports car built by the Japanese automaker Mitsubishi between 1991 and 1999. In most export markets it was rebadged as the Mitsubishi 3000GT.

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