As the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship reaches the crucial Showdown stage this weekend, Paul Bird Motorsport Ltd is delighted to announce that both Shane Byrne and Glenn Irwin will remain with the team to contest the 2018 series.
One of the major issues with electric cars at the moment is the amount of time it takes for them to be recharged. To fill up at a conventional petrol station takes a few minutes, whereas to charge an electric car currently takes approximately 30 minutes.
The Independent reports:
Just a week after securing his place in the all-important Showdown which will determine the winner of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship, Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne heads to Oulton Park this forthcoming weekend aiming for a maximum points haul.
As the shift towards electric cars continues, it comes as no surprise that Scotland is looking to phase out the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2032.
Shehab Khan, The Independent, reports:
Recent research has highlighted the impact of not turning off your engine at the school gates, with 20 minutes of idling a day capable of filling a swimming pool with fumes.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
After the highs of Glenn Irwin’s first MCE British Superbike Championship race win yesterday, the Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team had a challenging day at Silverstone today, the highlight of which was five-times and defending champion Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne finishing third in the opening race to grab a
Northern Ireland’s Glenn Irwin took his maiden MCE British Superbike Championship victory in dramatic fashion at Silverstone this afternoon with the Be Wiser Ducati rider revelling in the damp conditions to win by a commanding 3.4 seconds.
Combining pizza with autonomous vehicles isn’t an obvious pairing, but none-the-less, Dominos have partnered with Ford to deliver their pizza with self-driving cars.
Martin Saarinen, Auto Express, reports:
The ninth round of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship heads for the historic circuit of Silverstone this week with Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team riders Shane Byrne and Glenn Irwin looking to add to their successes already this season.
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The Mail Online reports: