Most hybrid vehicles today are equipped with an IC engine and a rechargeable battery. Mechanisms were developed to try and recover Kinetic Energy which is otherwise wasted as heat or friction. The recovered energy is temporarily stored in a high density battery or a Flywheel. This energy is deployed when needed to propel the car… Read More KERS: A step closer to Fuel Efficient Cars !
With Mercedes PETRONAS securing its 3rd F1 constructor title I thought that our reader would like to know more in depth about the ultimate motor sport event. The Formula One series originated with the European Grand Prix Motor Racing of the 1920s and 1930s. The formula is a set of rules which all participants’ cars must meet. Formula… Read More A Glimpse of Formula One
This show will always be remembered because this is the event where electric vehicles stopped being niche and moved into the mainstream. There were simply too many battery electric models, launched or forecast, for anyone present to imagine that their life isn’t going to be affected, and in the near term, by the presence of… Read More Paris Motor Show – 2016
Ferrari’s new SF16-H made a strong start to its 2016 campaign on Monday, as Sebastian Vettel topped the morning times. But what has changed on the new car relative to its predecessor? We will take a look For 2016 Ferrari have finally moved to a short nose design (2), very similar to Red Bull’s, which… Read More What’s new on the Ferrari SF16-H?