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Monaco Grand Prix (2012) RESULT

Sun, 27 May 2012

Mark Webber starts on pole for Red Bull with Rosberg’s Mercedes alongside. It should stay much the same at the Monaco Grand Prix, but did it? It may have taken a mistake in Barcelona by Schumacher to see Mark Webber on pole at the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix, but with a tight street circuit like Monaco that gives the Australian decent odds of taking the win and becoming the sixth different winner in the first six races of a topsy turvy 2012 season.

First Hyundai ix35 FCEV Hydrogen-powered cars delivered

Tue, 04 Jun 2013

The first production, hydrogen-powered Hyundai ix35 arrives in Copenhagen Hyundai has been threatening to deliver the first production hydrogen-powered ix35s in Europe for a while, and now its finally happened. Fifteen 1×35 FCEVs have been delivered to the City of Copenhagen during the opening ceremony for the first hydrogen refuelling station in Denmark and will be used by the City of Copenhagen as part of their municipal fleet, and demonstrate in the process that FCEVs are a practical proposition. Hyundai has been deploying prototypes of the ix35 FCEv across Europe for the last couple of years as it works to raise awareness of the technology and drive the impetus for a pan-European hydrogen refuelling network, with EU policy makers having access to the ix35 FCEV and 100 European businesses getting a chance to play at a recent event in Berlin.

Fiat Punto Evo at 2009 Frankfurt motor show

Mon, 31 Aug 2009

By Tim Swietochowski First Official Pictures 31 August 2009 09:30 Fiat has revealed an updated version of its Grande Punto, now dubbed the Punto Evo, which will be displayed for the first time at the 2009 Frankfurt motor show before UK sales start in spring 2010. It's quickly apparent that Fiat has tried to spread some 500-style cutesy fun into the Grande Punto range. Has it succeeded?