Every driver will be looking to impress at the final races of 2011.
Odds are that Sebastian Vettel will be crowned 2011 World Champion this weekend. Sudhir Matai previews the Singapore GP
Formula One fanatics are going to have to wait an extra two weeks for the season to start, as organizers of the Bahrain GP cancel the race that was due to kick off the season on March 11. The first race will be the Australian GP on March 27.
A collection of some of the most newsworthy motor industry developments that took place during the third quarter of 2010.
GMSA president and managing director Edgar Lourencon has announced that the new Spark would go into local production at the company’s plant in Port Elizabeth by the end of 2011.
CAR associate editor Mike Fourie drives the new Kia Sportage in Korea and finds it keenly-specced and refreshingly different from its cousin…
According to the 11th annual KPMG survey, global automotive executives see a stabilised industry, new investment and growth over the next five years, although they also remain cautious as profitability is still a concern.
A multitude of public holidays translated into weaker new vehicles sales figures in April. Even though sales totals were 36 per cent higher than last year’s April sales figures, the monthly aggregate was 19,9 per cent lower than in March.
GM Daewoo in South Korea is recalling nearly 60 000 vehicles due to potential issues with steering wheels and fuel lines with Captiva and Cruze models. General Motors South Africa is currently investigating whether any of the potentially faulty vehicles have reached South Africa.
Despite an unsavory past experience with these Korean rubbers on a Picanto, it seems that Hankook is finally getting as grip.