Toyota South Africa Motors has announced that vehicle production at its production facility in Prospecton in Durban will continue at 100 per cent, despite the recent events caused by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan.
Round four of the Formula One circus heads to Turkey for the first European race of the 2011 season.
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.
The improving global economy has had a very positive effect on the export of built-up vehicles from South Africa during the first three quarters of 2010.
CAR’s deputy editor wraps the 2010 F1 season, bemoans the folly of Ferrari’s strategy at Abu Dhabi, and toasts the crowning of the sport’s youngest ever World Champion.
Along with millions of other race fans around the world, I was aghast when I heard Rob Smedley, Felipe Massa’s engineer, passing on the thinly-veiled order to give way to Fernando Alonso at Hockenheim
Silverstone victor Mark Webber voiced dissatisfaction with his team in no uncertain terms on Sunday, but the Red Bull bosses weren’t the only ones who bungled at the British Grand Prix, writes CAR Editor John Bentley.
Although many F1 pundits expected that the F-duct-adorned McLaren-Mercedes team would win the Canadian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton’s victory in Montreal was hard-fought and well deserved… especially because Fernando Alonso gave him hell, writes CAR associate editor Mike Fourie.
As the Formula One circus makes a belated return to Montreal, Red Bull needs to refocus itself and prepare for an onslaught from the so-called F-duct brigade, led by McLaren-Mercedes.
In a break from Renault’s more conventional compact offerings, the company is set to release a luxurious successor to the bizarre Vel Satis dubbed the Latitude.