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    The Challenges Faced By Women In Motorsport

    Formula 1 has usually been seen as a career dominated by males, however, recently we have seen a major rise in participation from females as well. The beauty of motorsport is the fact that once a driver puts on a helmet everyone is equal, it does not matter whether you are a male or a female. X1 Racing is the worlds' first professional franchise-based motorsport league.

    • 22 hrs ago
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    IIT Bombay Racing's Transition From Combustion To Electric

    The future is electric. Recently, there has been a push toward electric mobility. India, one of the largest car markets in the world is also riding the electric wave as quite a few car manufacturers are finally sending their electric cars to Indian shores. Indian car manufacturers, the likes of Tata Motors and Mahindra are also offering a range of electric cars for the Indian market.

    • 4 days ago
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    Car Of The Week - Jaguar E-Type

    When we talk about legendary cars there are many that come to mind but amongst the top contenders is the Jaguar E-Type. The Jaguar E-Type is the most beautiful car ever made. We are going to tell you more about this truly iconic sports car. The E-Type is a sports car that was manufactured by UK car giant Jaguar.

    • 6 days ago
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    Koenigsegg Gemera - World's First 4-Door 'Mega-GT' Hypercar

    Swedish car manufacturer Koenigsegg is world-renowned for producing some crazy and brilliant hypercars. What started off as a dream to create the best car in the world has transpired into a company that is producing beautiful hypercars that are scaling new heights in the field of performance cars. The Geneva Motor Show 2020 was cancelled due to the Coronavirus, however, instead of...

    • a week ago
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    An Insight Into How Pravega Racing Has Been Shaped By Formula Student

    Exams, tests are a part and parcel of every student's journey. The world we live in today is a highly competitive one with a huge number of students vying to outscore each other and give their best performance. For a student learning a subject in theory and applying it into practice is always a different experience.

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Car Of The Week - Ford GT40

    The 1960s were exciting times for the Ford Motor Company. Fuel prices were low which meant good sales, the iconic Ford Mustang was introduced in 1964 and Ford became a force to be reckoned with in the world of car racing. Ford has historically been known as a world-class car manufacturer of mass-market cars and SUVs.

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Understanding Your Car - Disc Brakes

    Driving is a very complex process. It requires a lot of a concentration, coordination, situational awareness, swift decision making. Braking is one of the most crucial elements of driving. The brakes help control the speed of the car by slowing the car down, either to the desired speed or to a complete stop.

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Car Of The Week - Aston Martin DB5

    Aston Martin is world-renowned for designing and manufacturing luxury sports cars and grand tourers. Aston Martin cars are known for the great blend of beautiful design and amazing driving performance. The British car manufacturer has produced some of the most beautiful and iconic cars of all time. One such car is the Aston Martin DB5 . Arguably one of the most beautiful cars ever designed and an iconic movie...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Is India Ready For Electric Vehicles?

    Electric vehicles need one or more motors and use electricity for propelling the vehicle. It uses a battery to store electric energy. The battery can be recharged through charging stations or electric ports built for the purpose. EVs are the need of the hour with the high levels of toxins in the air due to emissions from conventional petrol or diesel engines.

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Car Of The Week - Toyota Land Cruiser

    In 1950, the Korean war saw the demand for a light utility vehicle for the military. The US government gave Toyota the task of manufacturing 100 vehicles with Willys Jeep specifications. This gave Japan the Jeep! The demand for military UVs saw the creation of the Toyota "Jeep" BJ prototype in 1951. The BJ40 was the predecessor of the Land Cruiser . The BJ40 was larger and more powerful than...

    • 4 weeks ago

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