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Hamilton takes pole for McLaren in Abu Dhabi F1 UPDATED

Sat, 03 Nov 2012

Lewis Hamilton has beaten the Red Bulls of Vettel and Webber to take pole for tomorrow’s F1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi. Update: Vettel has been relegated to the back of the grid for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as he didn’t have enough fuel in his car for a fuel sample to be taken. Which changes the whole dynamic of tomorrow’s race – and the championship.

Aston Martin CC100 Speedster Concept celebrates Aston Martin’s Centenary (video)

Sun, 19 May 2013

Looking like a modern interpretation of the legendary AM DBR1 Le Mans car from the 1950s, the CC100 is a dramatic ‘Speedster’ concept powered by Aston’s latest V12 and makes its debut – driven by Ulrich Bez – at the 24 Hours of Nurburgring Race event in Germany today (19th May 2013). Aston put together the CC100 in less than six months (did no one tell them 2013 was Aston’s centenary year until last Christmas?), and roped in carbon fibre specialists Multimatic to create the body and interior from carbon fibre, and Aston Martin used the VHM platform to create the underpinnings for the CC100, and have powered it with the latest version of the V12 AM11 engine with a six-speed sequential gearbox. Chief Exterior Designer, Miles Nurnberger, said: The brief was very simple, yet enormously testing: create something that reflects the 100 years of Aston Martin heritage and signals the future of the brand.

Senate considers more funds for cash-for-clunkers program

Tue, 04 Aug 2009

The cash-for-clunkers program is running on fumes, and government officials are working to get more funds for the popular program before the end of the week. A plan to add $2 billion to the fund passed the House and is being considered by the Senate, where is appears to have support, Reuters reports. The initial $1 billion clunkers outlay is nearly exhausted.