The Government has revealed more detail on plans to ensure all new cars sold from 2040 are to be zero-emission vehicles.
Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express, reports:
Plans to tackle the challenge of charging electric vehicles on the go have been revealed by the Government, and it seems to have had a little inspiration from a children’s toy.
Tim Collins, The Daily Mail, reports:
A CEO of an American IT security organisation has revealed a household solution to preventing thieves hacking your cars’ fob, and it’s in your kitchen draw.
The RAC reports:
After a near two month break for the 2018 Formula Renault Eurocup Championship since the last round in Monaco in late May, it was back to business for Tech 1 Racing Team driver Frank Bird who was back in action at round five of the series at the Red Bull Ring in Austria at the weekend.
Penrith-based Paul Bird Motorsport Ltd last week presented a cheque for £10,000 to the Down's Syndrome Association following on a recent charity dinner attended by six times and reigning British Superbike champion Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne.
Recent reports have shown although roads are busier than ever before, casualties are at the lowest level on record.
Plans to tackle the growth of the electric vehicle market have been laid out after a new report has forecast millions of charged motors will take to the streets in the next decade.
Jillian Ambrose, The Telegraph, reports:
Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team rider Glenn Irwin secured his best points haul of the season so far when he claimed a superb double podium at round six of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Brands Hatch in Kent today.
Qualifying for round six of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship saw the Be Wiser PBM Ducati team enjoy a successful day at Brands Hatch with Glenn Irwin taking pole position for tomorrow’s opening race with team-mate and younger brother Andrew Irwin also having a strong day as he claimed
Ever felt drowsy at the wheel during a long-haul drive? Research has found that it may be the literal action of driving which is causing you to feel heavy-eyed.
David Nield, Science Alert, reports: