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1974 Kawasaki Ks125 - Front Sprocket on 2040-parts.com

US $6.95
Location:

Plattsmouth, Nebraska, United States

Plattsmouth, Nebraska, United States

removed from a 1974 ks125 kawasaki - front sprocket in good condition

Jaguar signs up Lana Del Rey to make the F-Type cool

Sat, 25 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Jaguar has revealed it has signed up singer songwriter Lana Del Rey to help promote the new F-Type sports car. Land Rover chose to use Mrs Beckham to promote the Range Rover Evoque, and went as far as allowing her input in a limited edition Evoque Beckham, a move that probably generated more column inches of PR for Land Rover than any amount of money could buy. So Jaguar are going a similar way with the F-Type, but instead of signing a Spice Girl they’ve had the sense to look at what is new and cool, and they’ve very sensibly decided the face of the F-Type is going to be singer songwriter Lana Del Rey.

Lotus Evora Sports Racer (2013) first picture

Wed, 19 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

This is the new 2013 Lotus Evora Sport Racer. Available in either standard Evora or supercharged 'S' form, the Sport Racer gets unique paint schemes, a wealth of optional extras thrown in – and a price cut to boot. Usually, less is more with Lotuses.

Williams F1 sells Williams Hybrid Power to GKN for £8 million

Mon, 07 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

GKN have bought williams Hybrid Power in an £8 deal Back in 2010 we reported on a flywheel developed by Williams F1 that recoups energy from braking, and was fitted to a Porsche 911 GT3 to give an extra boost of power. Williams F1 developed the Flywheel technology with a start-up company, which it bought out for £1.5 million in 2010, and now that company – which became Williams Hybrid Power – has been sold to GKN in a deal worth £8 million – and a share of sales revenue going forward – and is being renamed GKN Hybrid Power. The plan is to use the flywheel technology to reduce fuel consumption of transport that is constantly stopping and starting – it’s currently being used on a bus operating in London – and  Williams expect it could cut fuel use by up to 30 per cent.