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Tallmadge, Ohio, US

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Lexus CT 200h by Fox Marketing gets 300bhp

Tue, 26 Apr 2011

Lexus CT 200h by Fox Marketing gets a Supercharger and 300bhp (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); You may recall, at the end of last month, we reported on the Lexus CT 200h by Fox Marketing, a pimped and tarted Lexus CT 200h which was going to feature a supercharger bolted to its HSD. At the time we had precious little detail beyond a photo of a CT 200h being endowed with go-faster body and primed for a paint job. But now, with the reveal at the New York Motor Show, we have a little more.

Chinese Grand Prix (2013) RESULT

Sun, 14 Apr 2013

(adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Qualifying for the 2013 Chinese Grand Prix produced a fascinating grid, with three former world champions at the front on soft tyres, two more world champions lurking down the grid on mediums – hoping a different strategy would see them rise to the top – and Red Bull’s Mark Webber starting from the pit lane after running out of fuel in qualifying. And the three world champions who started at the front – Hamilton in the Mercedes, Raikkonen in the Lotus and Alonso in the Ferrari – did indeed make it to the podium, but not in the order they started. Alonso had a cracking start, overtaking Raikkonen for second place at the start and taking Hamilton for the lead by lap five, but stopped two laps later to change his softs for mediums and coming out behind Vettel and Button, who had started on mediums, and Hulkenberg.

Chevrolet Volt fire probe is closed, NHTSA says

Sat, 21 Jan 2012

U.S. safety regulators said Friday that they've closed an eight-week investigation into the Chevrolet Volt, concluding that the plug-in hybrid's battery doesn't pose a significant fire risk following a crash. In a statement, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it "does not believe that Chevy Volts or other electric vehicles pose a greater risk of fire than gasoline-powered vehicles." The agency said that modifications intended to reinforce the Volt's 435-pound lithium-ion battery pack that General Motors announced on Jan.