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News watch November 2011: today's auto industry news

Tue, 29 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Welcome to CAR Magazine's news aggregator as we round up the daily stories in the auto industry. Top tip: news summaries are added from the top hour-by-hour Tuesday 29 November 2011• Saab's UK division today filed for administration as it waits for funding from its would-be Chinese investors (Automotive News Europe) • In a statement, Saab GB said: 'Saab Great Britain Ltd filed for administration with the High Court in London... The  board of Saab GB is of the opinion that administration gives the company and creditors the necessary legal protection until the required funding for the company has been secured'• Frantic negotiations continue between Saab owner Swedish Automobile and its Chinese suitors, Youngman and Pang Da, which signed an MOU to buy Saab for €100 million.

TWO Koenigsegg One:1 on video at Goodwood

Fri, 27 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Both Koenigsegg One:1s on video at Goodwood As we’ve already reported, the Koenigsegg One:1 is debuting at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this weekend, but rather than a single One:1, Koenigsegg have taken the only two One:1s in existence – yes, it’s two for the price of one at Goodwood. One car – the black one in the photo above – is a new One:1 heading for a customer, but the second (the silver can in the photo and video) is Koenigsegg’s development car, so that’s up for a bit of action on the hillclimb this weekend. But ahead of its public appearance, Goodwood managed to get some time with the One:1s and grab track time behind the wheel.

The future for Renault in F1 in 2011 and beyond

Thu, 09 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Renault today announces its new sporting division, Renault SportF1. Renault SportF1 will monopolise 25% of the grid by supply three teams engines and technology for 2011. Renault Sport F1 was formed after Renault decided to sell its minority stake in the Renault F1 team to Genii Capita who they will continue to provide technical and engineering expertise to.