Ferrari has announced its intention to look into the causes behind four examples of its latest supercar catching fire.
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.
Renault seeks to revive ‘S’-badged Clio of the 1990’s with a sportily-themed version of the new car by mid-year.
Delving into the development of the diesel engine.
Jake Venter explains why pressure charging is popular.
Le Mans Prototypes are considered the pinnacle of closed-wheel racing cars, and to attend the Circuit de la Sarthe while they’re at full trot must be one of the greatest motoring experiences possible for the enthusiast – but will the event be as exciting if they didn’t make as much noise?
To satisfy international consumer demand for fuel-efficient, affordable cars, vehicle manufacturers will invest heavily in relevant new models, products and technologies over the next five years, claims Gavin Maile, Africa Chair of KPMG’s Automotive Practice.
Adam Carroll and Team Ireland secured the A1GP World Cup of Motorsport at Brands Hatch this weekend, when the team put in superb performances – winning both the Sprint and Feature races to take the 2008-2009 crown.
This weekend’s A1GP event in Gauteng might have ended in disappointment for Team South Africa, but the action-packed feature race at Kyalami saw the Swiss team steal the march on their Irish rivals with just two rounds left in the championship.
The first instalment of a two-part feature on the theory and practice of optimising a car’s passage through the air