The French car company PSA Peugeot Citroen got some good news recently when the Peugeot 308 model received the car of the year honour for 2014. This decision was made in advance of the Geneva International Motor Show and represents votes from judges in 22 different countries. Aside from confirmation for owners that their Peugeot car parts are indeed the very best, the news spells good things for the future of the French auto manufacturer. Continue Reading →
Lewis Hamilton has hit back at suggestions Mercedes teammate, Nico Rosberg, is a harder worker and deeper thinker, qualities some sports betting fans believe will give the German the edge in 2014.
The technical regulations for F1 this year focus on fuel management and the possibility of increased tyre wear, which could play into Rosberg’s hands. Continue Reading →
Ferrari has taken the prize in the Best Sports Car category during the Best Cars 2014 awards celebrated in Madrid. The award ceremony at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium was organized by the prestigious Spanish motoring magazines, Autopista, Automóvil, Coche Actual and Autovía.
Ferrari’s ”LaFerrari”, the limited-edition special of which only 499 units will be produced, was voted Best Sports Car, winning its first award in Spain. Since its launch, ”LaFerrari”has earned worldwide critical acclaim from clients and media alike, in part because it is the most powerful Ferrari ever produced and also because it´s the first hybrid vehicle from the brand. Continue Reading →
Vauxhall Corsas have long been one of the most sought after cars for young drivers. This is due to a combination of a decent driving feel, fashionable looks and the finance packages which Vauxhall offer to encourage young people strapped for cash to buy one. While no one could call it sophisticated, the Corsa remains popular amongst the lowest driving age demographic.
This year, Vauxhall look set to release a partially updated Corsa, in a bid to keep up consumer interest while they continue to design a completely new car. Continue Reading →