The World Cup has officially started, but let’s put football aside for a second, and instead, imagine a competition where we see who can build the best car. Who would win?
The Telegraph Reports:
The price of fuel is constantly fluctuating, but drivers haven’t seen a decrease in costs in weeks, and the month of May saw the price of fuel skyrocket.
The Guardian reports:
The Be Wiser Ducati team of Glenn and Andrew Irwin endured mixed fortunes at round four of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Snetterton today with Glenn taking the best finish of the day with a close second place in the opening race to claim a valuable podium.
After a six-week break, the Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team got their Bennetts British Superbike Championship campaign back underway in fine style at Snetterton today with team leader Glenn Irwin claiming third place during Datatag qualifying for round four.
Toyota is working on an electric car powered by a new type of battery that significantly increases driving range and reduces charging time. It is due to be released in 2022.
The Independent reports:
With smartphones now capable of being hands-free and taking over the role of a sat-nav, it’s important to be crystal clear when it comes to using them whilst driving to avoid hefty fines and potential points on your license.
Lee Boyce, ThisIsMoney, reports:
After a six-week break, the 2018 Bennetts British Superbike Championship resumes at Snetterton in Norfolk this weekend with Lake District-based reigning champions Be Wiser Ducati back in action.
A woman who found a stranger's car blocking the driveway outside her house was told by police 'Sorry, the law's not on your side' when she complained. The outraged woman was told the driver's rights came above hers - she could be charged with criminal damage if she tries to move it herself.
Ulsterman Andrew Irwin will join elder brother Glenn in the Be Wiser Ducati British Superbike Championship Team starting with round four at Snetterton this weekend (June 15/17).
New technology for traffic lights which could help motorists avoid stopping altogether is to be tested in Britain.
The Daily Mail reports:
Reaching a traffic light just as it turns green can cheer up the most miserable of drivers.