Borys Pawliw
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Ferrari FF spotted carrying lumber in Virginia
I think I may have seen this Ferrari before: it belongs to someone (high up I'd imagine!) in AES Corporation: I visited them end of last year at their HQ on Wilson Blvd and the hire car dropped me off right next to an FF with this exact paint job. Arlington is one of the wealthiest places in all of ...
April 24, 2014
Koenigsegg shows how they make carbon fiber wheels [video]
I am so impressed here - and have to admit I was wrong. I had these guys pegged as using readily available tech but with very high quality and testing pushing it to the limit: this is really cutting edge innovation, brilliant thinking beautifully executed. Absolute respect.
April 24, 2014
Ferrari 458 Spider crashes in Adelaide, no injuries
I lived for a time in Double Bay, there were a few...but then when I moved to Palo Alto...well, I suppose it does help that a new Porsche 911 is less than 40% the price of one in Australia...
April 23, 2014
McLaren says they won't build an SUV/crossover
Actually, this is completely true...but it doesn't mean McLaren is not involved in the development of SUVs. Like Porsche, McLaren is full of very smart people who are used to working in small teams to solve tough engineering problems and come up with innovation. It is very likely other firms are con...
April 23, 2014
Haval unveils their stylish Coupe concept, gets 106.9 mpg
Must admit, this is actually not bad looking - and it looks fairly production feasible. Will hand it to the Chinese: first the Japanese copied the West, then after about 20-30 years they really had an indigenous skills base that was able to do thing on their own. Then the Koreans did the same, but i...
April 21, 2014
Ferrari LaFerrari cruising in Monaco is a pleasure to watch [video]
I am still stunned not one publication - print or online - has gotten their hands on one yet for a review. Has Ferrari told owners "If you let an autozine test it before we say so, we will make sure you are blacklisted from all future purchases"? Ferrari is probably one of the few - maybe the only -...
April 21, 2014
Active suspension could return to F1 - report
Must admit, to my unskilled eyes, it is quite hard to tell the progress in motorbike design over the past 20 years - but am sure someone more skilled and enthusiastic would set me straight.
April 20, 2014
Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman spied for the first time, will be 6.4 meters long
Probably be a bit more chassis flex than ideal at this length, though somehow I don't see blasting through a twisty Bavarian mountain road as this car's prime domain. Also, I don't think it will be using that much armored steel compared to Kevlar, laminated composites, ceramics and special thermopla...
April 19, 2014
LaFerrari XX mule spied on the Nurburgring, 6:35 lap time rumored
What I am eagerly awaiting - and I must admit I am still surprised it has not happened - is a direct comparison between the LaFerrari, the P1 and the 918...ideally at Nurburgring. Must admit...a bit surprised it has not happened yet, as all cars are now more than a few months into the customer deliv...
April 18, 2014
Active suspension could return to F1 - report
It makes perfect sense for active suspension to be in F1: this is great tech which has real world benefits for performance, comfort and safety on the track and eventually on the road. F1 needs to be a lab where the highest tech, real world relevant ideas are developed for eventual translation on the...
April 17, 2014
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