Month: September 2022

Sep 29, 2022 Associated Press Conor Daly ended the 2021 IndyCar season without a job and unsure where his racing career was headed. Just about a year later, he’s brought a new sponsor to motorsports that not only shored up Daly’s future but now has him prepared to make his NASCAR Cup Series debut. Daly
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A TikToker going by the handle srt_ray6.4 recently posted video footage of an interaction he had with a police officer who claimed that the exhaust on his Dodge Challenger Hellcat was not in line with state regulations relating to decibel levels, despite the car allegedly being stock. In two videos, compiled by YouTuber SoCal Super,
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CarMax Inc.’s soft fiscal second-quarter financial results paint a grim picture: Persisting inflation, high retail prices and climbing interest rates are prompting consumers to put off buying used cars and trucks. The challenges have the used-car giant cutting costs to better match sales levels. The retailer‘s volume and profit drop stoked fears of a more
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In this article INTC Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Mobileye’s CEO Amnon Shashua poses with a Mobileye driverless vehicle at the Nasdaq Market site in New York, July 20, 2021. Jeenah Moon | Reuters Mobileye, an Intel-owned company that makes chips, maps, and software for self-driving cars, has filed for an IPO, according to
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The executives chosen as 2022 Automotive News Europe Eurostars set themselves apart by exceeding expectations in a year marked by conflict, supply issues and rising costs. Maximilian Missoni, head of design at Polestar, is this year’s Eurostar winner for Design (Multiple Models). For his full profile, please click here. Automotive News Europe and Capgemini Invent
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5:19 PM ET Associated Press Alex Bowman will miss Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway with a concussion that the Hendrick Motorsports driver apparently suffered last week at Texas. HMS said Bowman was evaluated Thursday in Charlotte, North Carolina, and ruled out of this weekend’s playoff race. Noah Gragson will drive the No.
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Mercedes-Benz and Volvo, heeding Hurricane Ian’s potential impact, are idling their South Carolina plants ahead of the deadly storm’s predicted return to landfall. The Mercedes plant, near Charleston, S.C., has about 1,600 employees who build the Mercedes Sprinter and Metris vans. It will idle operations on Friday, Reuters reported. Volvo’s plant near Charleston in Ridgeville,
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Hot Wheels® comes home! For the El Segundo stop, the Legends Tour came to Hot Wheels® Headquarters, making it the biggest event yet. Hundreds of vehicles of all types came to compete to become the next Legend—and be made into an official 1/64th-scale model. Which of these ridiculously wild cars will go to SEMA?
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on September 28, 2022 GM’s Cruise driverless robotaxi service has been rolled out to San Francisco successfully, but the cars themselves have caused some headaches for motorists in the city. This is represented by several incidents involving Cruise’s driverless robotaxis causing issues in traffic due to technical difficulties.  Just last week,
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Automakers Mercedes-Benz and Volvo Cars will suspend operations at their U.S. plants in South Carolina ahead of the arrival of a storm that has already caused massive destruction as well as seven confirmed deaths in Florida. Ian, currently downgraded to a tropical storm, is expected to be become a hurricane again later on Thursday before
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Cleveland Browns’ defensive end Myles Garrett has been fortunate to walk away without serious injuries after crashing his 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S in Sharon Township, Ohio. Garrett was driving the Porsche on Monday afternoon with a female passenger onboard when the sports car left the road and came to a rest on a grass
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