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SUV bearing the Quattro badge – the Q5 is on it’s way. AutoExpress
Hamann pushing BMW’s M to next level. AutoWeek
Civil lawsuit against Ex Delphi execs pushes forward. DetNews
Ross Brown says good-bye to F1’s Ferrari. Marca
$1 million from Ford. PR
8th consecutive victory at American Le Mans Series for Audi’s Diesel Prototype - the R10. AutoExpress
TvR closes English factory. AutoWeek
Laid-off workers from Michigan will be able to (...)

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Massa wins Brazilian GP, while Schumacher made a hell of a show. FastMachines
With enough expenses, Pininfarina can make your dreams a reality. AutoExpress
Ford is looking for better ideas in the future. DetNews
Hyundai extends its ten-year warranty programs through 2010. PR
German Magazine AutoBild designated the winners of the AutoBild 2006 Design Award. AutoBild
Food inspired named for Ford Edge’s color pallet. DetNews
Monaco Coach Corp released (...)

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Ferrari F1 Team’s technical director Ross Brown remains undecided. AutoExpress
Alliance between Nissan, Renault and GMC called off. DetNews
Ghosn wants Ford as a partner, know that GM is out of the way. DetNews
Williams Renault sabotaging Alonso’s victory? Itv
Biggest International Boat Show in the West – Long Beach. PR
Rolls-Royce is to add secondary car line in the next 4 years. AutoWeek
Biggest Hybrid market remains California. AutoWeek (...)

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Toyota discloses unprecedented details of F1 development

Toyota discloses unprecedented details of F1 development

Panasonic Toyota Racing officially kicked off its 2006 Formula 1 campaign with a special event at the Toyota manufacturing facility in Valenciennes, France earlier this month, at the same time as disclosing an unprecedented amount of information about the Toyota production process and how it has been applied to the former art, and now decidedly scientific process of Formula (...)

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Faltering Ferrari pin hopes on new car

Faltering Ferrari pin hopes on new car

Ferrari will on Tuesday officially unveil their new car for the 2006 Formula One season which they hope will recapture the title from Renault.
The presentation takes place in the small town of Mugello near the northern city of Florence.
The car has already been seen having made an unexpectedly early debut at Fiorano on January 16 where seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher drove it for 51 laps. It was then tested by Ferrari’s new number two driver Felipe Massa at the same circuit (...)

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Megane Renaultsport 225 celebrates company's F1 championship

Megane Renaultsport 225 celebrates company’s F1 championship

PARIS — Renault has launched a special-edition version of its new Mégane Renaultsport 225 to celebrate its double Formula One Championship wins last season.
The Mégane Renaultsport 225 Renault F1 Team, developed in honor of Renault’s triumph in the 2005 F1 Constructors’ title and Fernando Alonso’s capture of the drivers’ title, is essentially a "loaded" version of the 225 Cup model. It comes in one color, traditional French racing blue.
Extra features include 60-watt CD/MP3 RDS (...)

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2004 Jaguar R5

2004 Jaguar R5

Jaguar Racing launched the Jaguar R5 in 2004 at the Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona (Spain). Drivers Mark Webber and new signing Christian Klien proudly unveiled the evolutionary contender.

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2005 Ferrari F2005

2005 Ferrari F2005

The F2005 is the fifty first single-seater built by Ferrari specifically to compete in the Formula 1 World Championship. The design, which bears the internal code number 656, represents Ferrari’s more exhaustive interpretation of the 2005 technical regulations. The main elements, relating to aerodynamics are more advanced than on the F2004 M.</strong<

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2004 Ferrari F2004

2004 Ferrari F2004

The F2004 is the fiftieth car built by Ferrari to compete in the Formula 1 World Championship.

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2003 Ferrari F2003-GA

2003 Ferrari F2003-GA

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The chassis of the Ferrari F2003-GA is new, both in terms of design and construction saving weight and improving structure over the previous F2002 chassis. The bodywork, radiators, exhausts and the rear end have been redesigned, leading to a further increase in aerodynamic performance. The mechanically operated power steering is also a new design.

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1991 Mazda 787B

1991 Mazda 787B

The Mazda 787B was a prototype racing car built for the 24 hours of Le Mans auto race, replacing the 767. It used a 4-rotor 26B Wankel engine which produced over 700 hp (522 kW).

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