Now just below the instrument cluster, where the charging socket is the button for the automatic start/stop. What does this do? It shuts down the car when you have come to a halt, and once you press the brake again, the car comes back to life. All of this is done so that some fuel can be saved during the city stop and go traffic. Actually, this feature sometimes gets irritating, especially during the summers as whenever the car stops the AC compressor also cuts out. So, with the help of that button, you can disable this feature. … [Read more...] about Renault Duster Turbo Review (First Drive): The Best Handling Mid-Size SUV?
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Moving onto the side, the Hyundai Tucson gets a new set of 18-inch multi-spoke dual-tone alloy wheels, that looks pretty awesome and goes well with the overall size of the vehicle. It also gets black cladding around the wheels. The ground clearance on the SUV is around 172mm, which is not the best in the class. With that much clearance, the SUV will struggle to do hardcore offroading, although it will be able to manage some rough terrains. … [Read more...] about Hyundai Tucson Review (First-Drive): The Mid-Size SUV That Offers Best Of Both Worlds?
But that footage shows Alonso’s car hit the birds with his front wheels, whereas in Power’s case it was the new cool-air ducting vents right in front of his aeroscreen that struck the unfortunate creature and sent its pulped remains splattering into the cockpit. Now imagine the point of impact being just two inches higher and on Power’s next lap by, when the Penske would have been up to speed. In those circumstances, and with the car in 2019 spec – that is to say, without a screen in place – one can only speculate what might have happened. To be honest, I’m not sure I want to know what a one- or two-pound bird can do to even the toughest Arai when they meet at 220mph. However, it’s not unreasonable to imagine that, at the very least, the hit would have been hard enough to leave Power stunned and disoriented, perhaps rendering him unable to negotiate the next turn. … [Read more...] about Opinion: IndyCar aeroscreens show lives matter more than looks
“The more you enjoy the racing, the more you think about it and dream about it, and there’s a lot to be said for enjoying going to work each day,” he comments. “I think it gets the best out of you and that’s definitely what I had with Chip’s team because I just wanted more and more out of the situation. I never thought, ‘Oh, this is great’ and just coasted: I wanted to extract everything I could. It was an amazing team to be part of and it was an unbelievable four years.” … [Read more...] about The best IMSA driver without a ride for 2020 is…