If you’ve been looking for a legit, carbon-fiber, single-seat race car to tear up your local track day, then I have just thing. Meet the Griiip G1- an all-new spec racer powered by a 1000cc Aprilia V4 engine that puts out a healthy 201 HP at an ear-splitting thirteen-thousand RPM. I don’t really need to […]
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What is the Difference Between Gas and Diesel Engines? You can find the answer to that little-known question in this instructional video!
By changing the shape of its trucks’ pistons, the New Volvo Wave Piston boosts Diesel Power while increasing MPG and cutting emissions.
A quick look at the revamped 900 HP 2.0 liter V4 hybrid race engine that will power the 2016 Porsche 919 racer at LeMans 24 hours.
Ford is winning industry accolades with its advanced aluminum engines, but you have no idea how advanced they are until you’ve seen this!
Season 2 of Formula E allows the teams to come up with innovative new power unit solutions- you can see the different designs here.
The Formula 1 engine rules were broken by a desire to reduce costs. Could free’d up spending limits be the sport’s cure-all?
The current turbocharged V6 engine formula in F1 may have its fans in tech-geek and green car circles, but many longtime Formula 1 fans have lamented the loss of the high-rpm wail of the V8 and V10 era of the sport. The announcement this week that the V6 would live on- at least until 2020– […]
After more than a year of seemingly endless complaining, threatened lawsuits, and a push from on high to bring new, less-expensive engines into the sport, Formula 1 seems set to stick with the current turbocharged V6 engine formula until at least 2020. Honda F1 Power Unit The main goal of the newest agreement- set […]
The 2015 season of Formula 1 was yet another display of Mercedes-Benz’ dominance of the sport. It was a newly invigorated Ferrari team, however- with 4-times World Drivers’ Champion Sebastian Vettel behind the wheel– that gained the most attention, taking the fight to the German squad in a way that no other teams could match. […]
Formula 1 is in crisis, but 2017 could be the year it returns to its glory days of wide cars and brave, daring drivers. These changes will make it happen.
“Timing is everything,” says the announcement of the upcoming launch of the Red Bull TAG Heuer RB12 and marking the return of TAG to F1 after 30 years.