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Rosberg on pole for Mercedes in Japan – Vettel leaving Red Bull.

Sat, 04 Oct 2014

Rosberg beats Hamilton to pole in Japan Lewis Hamilton must have been confident of taking pole for the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka this morning after his resurgence in recent races – in the process taking the lead in the drivers F1 battle – but it wasn’t to be. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Hamilton’s car needed a major front end rebuild after he ran wide and hit the barrier in final practice – which may have contributed to his qualifying result – but whatever the excuses it’s Rosberg in front of Hamilton for tomorrow’s race after posting a time 0.197s quicker than the Brit. Behind the two Mercedes cars it’s a Williams second row – with Bottas in third and Massa in fourth – followed by Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso in what is fast becoming his default place – 5th – and Daniel Ricciardo in sixth.

(Another) Top 10 Stolen Cars List

Mon, 31 Dec 2012

We have another list of the most stolen cars in the UK in 2011-2012, this one from online car insurer Swiftcover. And it’s the Land Rover Defender at the top. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Who’d have thought it?

Caterham off to China in 2012

Wed, 20 Jul 2011

Caterham Cars - China Bound (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); It’s quite an eventful time for car-making minnows Caterham – keepers of the Colin Chapman Flame- with a takeover at Caterham  by Tony Fernades and Team Lotus only just complete, and now the news that Caterham are going to be selling cars in China from 2012. The takeover by Team Lotus has seen Caterham Cars’ profile on the international stage rise considerably as its logos appear on the Team Lotus F1 cars, which will do its prospects of selling Caterhams around the world no harm at all. Caterham has now signed an exclusive deal with Chinese importer Courtenay Trading International (CTI) who are aiming to appoint six retailers in key provinces of China over the next twelve months with a modest sales target of 50 cars in the first year.