The second round of the 2017 Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup took place this weekend at Silverstone with Lake District-born Frank Bird continuing his progress in the series although he was disappointed with his results at his home track.
Glenn Irwin put in a scintillating ride at the International North West 200 on Saturday to claim the feature Superbike race on the Be Wiser Ducati, gaining his maiden International road race win in the process.
With all the talk about driverless cars, it’s been a pressing question as to when they will be seen on our roads. Well, it may be sooner than you think!
James Taylor, Car Magazine, reports:
Driving whilst using your mobile phone is illegal as it’s a huge distraction. It’s recommended to keep your phone completely out of sight to avoid getting distracted if a notification or phone call comes through.
There’s a busy week ahead in the Paul Bird Motorsport camp with action taking place on both two wheels and four for the Penrith-based team.
It goes without saying that a car that does a lot of mileage will experience more wear and tear than a car that does very little mileage.
Busier roads can mean more congestion and longer waiting in traffic. It also means that because our roads are experiencing higher traffic volumes, it’s more likely that our roads will be damaged.
Darren Cassey, Yahoo! News, reports:
Busier roads mean a higher risk of an accident, and naturally this risk is accentuated when drivers speed. Therefore, it comes as little surprise that speeding fines have been increased, as the safety of British roads is considered.
Rebecca Rutt, The Daily Mail, reports:
Driving is a potentially dangerous activity at the best of times, and even more so if you’re not fit to drive. Unfortunately many people discount medical conditions that could cause a either a lapse in concentration or a physical disability that makes driving a much more hazardous activity.