Category Archives: Commentary

Team McLaren-Honda is not proving to be as of a rewarding mutual relationship as it was in the 1980s and 1990s during the years of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna due to Honda’s failure to deliver critical engine upgrades for the Canadian Grand Prix. Plagued with engine failures and slow lap times, McLaren is exploring alternative options into their engine supplier.

Key Takeaways:

  • McLaren have “serious concerns” over whether they can win the world championship with engine partner Honda
  • The former world champions are facing their worst ever season after failing to register a single point so far in 2017 after a series of engine failures
  • In March it was revealed McLaren had made an exploratory approach to Mercedes about engine supply in the wake of problems with Honda

“The former world champions are facing their worst ever season after failing to register a single point so far in 2017 after a series of engine failures.”

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/formula1/40196307

McLaren have ‘serious concerns’ about ‘lost’ Honda

Team McLaren-Honda is not proving to be as of a rewarding mutual relationship as it was in the 1980s and 1990s during the years of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna due to Honda’s failure to deliver critical engine upgrades for the Canadian Grand Prix. Plagued with engine failures and slow lap times, McLaren is exploring … Read More

Kimi Raikkonen: Sebastian Vettel is not number one at Ferrari

Ferarriā€™s Formula 1 team switched pit stop strategies during the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix, allowing Sebastian Vettel to win rather than his teammate Kimi Raikkonen. Vettel and Raikkonen both denied claims from fellow racer Lewis Hamilton that this was an attempt to increase their chances of winning the 2017 championship. Both teammates insisted this is … Read More

MIT Technology and Policy Program’s Best Thesis for 2017 maps out a clean energy future for India – MIT News

If the things being tested out here work India will have clean energy in their future. This is good for the environment. Clean energy does not pollute the environment the way fossil fuels do when they are burned. India needs this and MIT is helping them to realize it by working on the problem. Key … Read More

Ford shortens summer shutdown at Louisville plant

Due to a high crossover demand, Ford company will not have it’s traditional two week shutdown of the plant in Louisville, Kentucky, but instead will have a shorter one week shut down instead. This plant makes the Ford’s popular Escapes and the Lincoln MKC’s, will make about 8,500 more of these models during the extra … Read More

Ace of Base: 2017 Jeep Wrangler Sport

If you are interested in a review of the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Sport, I would look elsewhere. The author seems to have missed their calling as a theater critic rather than an automotive reviewer. The review is just hard to read and doesn’t really paint a good picture of the vehicle so you can’t really … Read More

Apple can’t stop distracted driving – Roadshow

Apple made an attempt to stop distracted driving, and although the idea was within the right mind, it was within one hundred perecent success. For it to work it has so to be used within a social app not within the technical, so for it to they have to dig a little deeper, but maybe … Read More

New maps reveal extent of homeless problems in Santa Rosa – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

I personally have experienced homelessness as a child so I know firsthand the anguish of living in the streets. It seems to be a epidemic all across America, bum towns USA and the city does not have an answer. Throwing money at the issue does not decrease the problem, it only continues to grow like … Read More

Need a Loan for a Mitsubishi? Nissan Now Has You Covered in Three Countries

Looking for a car, but can’t seem to decide how to get the moeny to cover it? Well if you like Mitsubishi, Nissan will cobbler you for a loan just as long as you live in the countries, and only the three. What does this mean for the car company, as well as their customers? … Read More

Toyota unloads Tesla shares with end of EV ties

Toyota decides to sell all of it shares of Tessa to unload the ties with the U.S. shares and move on with further plans. What could have led to such a big plan and why was this something they decided to change their mind on? Was Tesla something that just didn’t turn out to be … Read More

If One Automaker Can Let the Public Name a Model, Why Not Others?

Has Volkswagen run out of ideas for names for their vehicles? It wouls seem so, as they have turned to Twitter fans and audiences to allow them to name the upcoming SUV model they are about to release. It may seem ballsy, but then again it may take away that disconnect and cause an influx … Read More