Mike Fisherly

Smarter than a Politician

The newest carmaker to jump on the self-driving bandwagon is Rimac. The Rimac Robotaxi is named ‘Verne’ in honour of Jules Verne, the famous French novelist and poet renowned for his science fiction and adventure works. The Robotaxi doesn’t need a driver’s license; it requires a diploma in advanced robotics and a minor in telepathy. […]

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An Argument with Physics

The RB17, designed by the legendary Adrian Newey, is Red Bull Advanced Technologies’ first fully developed hypercar. The RB17 is powered by a naturally aspirated V10 engine producing more than 1,100 horsepower and a redline at 15,000 RPM. Speed: Capable of exceeding 223mph and designed for ultimate track performance. It has advanced ground-effect aerodynamics and

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The Tuxedo and the BBQ

The Ferrari 410 Superamerica is not just a car; it’s a statement. The Superamerica was introduced at the 1955  Paris Motor Show, which was the beginning of Ferrari’s ultra-luxurious grand touring cars. It had a minimal production of only 35 motor cars created between 1955 and 1959. The 410 had a 5.0-litre Lampredi V12 engine,

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F1 Gossip

Hungary GPDate: Sunday, 21 July, 2024Track: Hungaroring Circuit ♖ The rumour mill is linking Carlos Sainz with Mercedes. ♖ Not surprisingly, Lewis Hamilton’s private relationship with Toto Wolff has deteriorated. ♖ Red Bull’s dominance has diminished, but Max tells competitors he is preparing to fight to keep the position. ♖ Marko finally confirms that Perez’s

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Enzo’s Ghost

1948 Silverstone, a former RAF base, hosts its first British Grand Prix, drawing 100,000 spectators. Luigi Villoresi won driving a Maserati. In 1950, Silverstone hosted the first Formula One World Championship race. Giuseppe “Nino” Farina won it in an Alfa Romeo, witnessed by King George VI. Silverstone, where every corner has a story, and every

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