MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden recently said that the crash he had with his team-mate Dani pedrosa in the penultimate race of the season at Estoril, Portugal, left him with a shoulder injury, which he carried to title victory in the Valencia showdown, but which now requires surgery.
Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso visited Spanish troops on United Nations duty in Lebanon with the Spanish television station Cadena SER.
Alonso, who won his second successive drivers’ title with Renault last month, was the guest of ’El Larguero’, a television programme broadcasted overnight Tuesday from the Spanish military headquarters in the Miguel de Cerrvantes base.
Alonso and the television crew flied into Lebanon with the Spanish (...)
The IndyCar Series driver Danica Patrick makes an appearance with Nascar driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. in a video for the new Jay-Z single Show Me What You Got.
The opening scene of the four-minute James Bond-inspired video shows Patrick in a Pagani Zonda-S racing against Jay-Z and Dale Earnhardt Jr. in a Ferrari F430. The video, directed by F. Gary Gray, premiered Oct. 16 on MTV and is also featured in a new ad campaign for Budweiser Select.
“Show Me What You Got” marks Jay-Z’s first (...)
Bertil Roos Racing School has been training students for over a quarter of a century. Programs are "arrive and drive". The School is located on Route #115, one mile south of Exit 43 on Pennsylvania Interstate 80.
The Bertil Roos Racing School was founded on a simple principle: to teach the best driving and motor racing techniques to drivers seeking to improve their performance and car control.
Available programs are: Half-Day Racing Programs $495-525 1 Day Road (...)
Driving Unlimited’s full service programs include seminars that increase product knowledge, improve sales skills, convey marketing strategies and generate team motivation. The power of our programs comes from incorporating a range of innovative training techniques. These can include hands-on drive events, vehicle walk-arounds and dissections, key-note speakers and product knowledge tests and contests.
Available programs are: Street Survival Skill - vehicle control and traffic skills (...)
At the Mario Andretti Racing School, drivers live the experience of driving (or riding in) high powered Indycars at famous oval tracks around the country. The programs range from rides in specially designed 2-seater indycars, to driving programs in which participants may reach speeds of 170mph.
The following programs are available: Race Car Ride - $75.00 Ultimate Race Car Ride - $125.00 Champ Ride - $129.00 Ultimate Champ Ride - $179.00 Qualifier - $424.00 (...)
Car Guys is based in Rockville, MD and offers High Performance Driving Schools in the South East, North and Mid Atlantic.
The Car Guys model is based on the long standing and very successful pattern of Porsche Club of America and BMW Car Club of America schools. Students supply their own cars, in good mechanical condition. Instructors ride with the students, providing direct input about the student’s skills. There is also extensive classroom time.
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ProFormance Racing have been conducting racing school and driver training programs for the past 19 years. The company owns a fleet of eight 355hp NASCAR-style race cars that are available for rent at corporate entertainment and race events.
The company offers services at road courses in the following areas: Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Winnipeg, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Seattle, Los Angeles, Edmonton, and Medicine Hat. We can also custom tailor an event for your group - anywhere in North (...)
Located at the Irwindale Speedway in Southern California, the Performance Race Training Center offers competition courses (complete with data acquisition equipment as a teaching aid), "adventure" classes for those who want an introduction to oval-track racing and even corporate driving programs, all using NASCAR-style stock cars on Irwindale’s half-mile banked-oval Super Speedway.
Available programs: Adventure 10 - $199 Adventure 20 - $330 Adventure 40 - $499 (...)
Frank Hawley’s Drag Racing School offers excellent courses in drag racing for Super Gas Firebirds, Super Comp Dragsters, Pro Stock Bikes, Alcohol Funny Car and Dragster.
The Hawley school staff are experts at conveying the often complicated concepts of drag racing in clear, concise terms that enable almost anyone to master the techniques required to compete and win in today’s events.
Frank Hawley’s Drag Racing School
PO Box 484 La Verne, California 91750-0484 USA (...)
Dan Holtz’s Complete Auto Racing Experience offers intense Nascar driving sessions with professional classroom and on track instruction, IN-CAR radios for personnel instruction, fire suit and helmet provided, Nextel Cup style stock car or 400 HP Craftsman style race truck.
The following packages are available: Complete Auto Racing Experience ride-a-long program (ride in a car drived by a professional) - $ 49.00 A Taste of Racing (10 full speed laps) - $ 149.00 Racing (...)
P3 chassis number 0844 was made in 1966 and is the first of only three. Ferrari first won Le Mans in 1949. Between 1960 and 1965 Ferrari totally dominated the 24-hour race. Ford had its revenge with wins in 1966/7/8/9 with the 7.0-litre GT40s. After doing battle with Ford, Ferrari had waves of Porsche 917s coming at them. Although Ferrari went on to have countless ‘normal’ race wins, the red cars never won Le Mans again. One of this P3’s race wins was at Spa-Francorchamps in the 1966 Spa (...)
When the 2004 Taurus makes its debut in the 2004 Daytona 500, it will represent Ford’s most synergistic effort in race car design to date. This synergy comes from all corners of the Ford empire and includes solid representation from not only the NASCAR ranks but also the real world production side.
Ford F-Series, the best-selling full-size pickup for 28 years, is the culmination of 58 years of Built Ford Tough reliability, power and presence. Ford F-150 sets new standards in the industry for toughness, strength, safety, interior spaciousness, refinement, driving dynamics, stability, functionality, cargo capacity, comfort and style.
The 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac combines attributes of the best-selling Ford Explorer and best-selling Ford F-150. The Sport Trac is new from the ground up, including its innovative cargo box with tiered storage and a trio of integrated storage bins, complete with drain plugs.
The legendary Bronco is back as Ford re-explores the origins of the sport utility vehicle in a concept making its debut at the 2004 North American International Auto Show. The Ford Bronco concept demonstrates the original’s authentic spirit while advancing powertrain technologies.
Americans may be restless, but they are not rootless. They always know where they are going. A century ago, population was moving from the farm to the city. Fifty years ago, the shift was to the suburbs. Today, the trend is back to big cities.
The Ford SYNUS concept is aimed at those taking part in this shift. It is compact enough to maneuver through congested streets yet bold enough to run with the big dogs at the same time.
The Ford Puma is not the prettiest coupÃ© you can buy, nor the most powerful. And the fact that it sits on Fiesta underpinnings does not sound glamorous. But get behind the wheel, find a twisty road, and few cars give you as much fun for your money, thanks to an agile chassis, precise steering and sharp suspension.
Since its dramatic 1964 introduction, Ford Mustang has been the icon of American performance with its bold style, brawny engine and rear-wheel-drive excitement, earning its place as the top-selling sports car for 19 years straight. For 2006, Ford is building on the clean-sheet 2005 design by offering a V-6 "Pony Package," 18-inch wheels on GT models, a pair of new colors and , later in the model year, a darker aluminum interior upgrade option.
The 2006 Ford Fusion breathes a fresh attitude into the American mid-size car. It distinguishes itself in what is the most competitive of vehicle segments with its standout exterior design and engaging driving dynamics. Fusion brings to the segment good fuel economy, advanced safety, clean emissions and roomy interior space - all at an attractive value.
The year was 1949. After years of wartime sacrifice and sameness in durable goods, postwar America was ready for an automotive design revolution. The ’49 Ford - with radically new “slab sides,” integrated body and fenders, independent front suspension and rear quarter windows that opened - served as a symbol of optimism for the future.
The Focus RS has been inspired by the Focus World Rally Car programme and Ford’s RS heritage. Developed with the passionate involvement of Ford’s motor-sport division; Ford Racing, the World Rally team and its drivers, the Focus RS brings Ford’s motor-sport passion to life.
The Ford Fairlane concept creates a new type of people-mover that explores a blend of upscale, modern design with Ford hallmarks of safety, interior spaciousness and functionality. Fairlane - a classic name that recalls the splendor of Henry Ford’s estate - features a well-proportioned, purposeful stance that promotes Ford fundamentals - a spacious and flexible interior, safety leadership and confident driving character.
2006 marks the 40th anniversary of that historic event, the start of Ford’s remarkable four-year winning streak of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. A special limited-edition exterior color, Tungsten Silver, is being offered on the 2006 Ford GT to commemorate that sterling victory.
The Ford Streetka Concept, a design exercise by Ghia, was the star of the Turin Motor Show in 2000. It was clever yet simple, based on one of the most innovative sub-B vehicles and inspired by traditional sports cars from a bygone era such as the “Frog-Eye” Sprite and MG Midget. The result was a modern interpretation of the simplicity and fun of the classic two-seater roadster, truly in character with the original design flair of the Ford Ka.