So on the 12 of April 2015 I spotted this and posted it on twitter. I should have spent some time here to write a post fellas there are flickin’ my images posting it on their blog and “claiming” that read their blog, lol. So here’s some real news, This is the Mahindra P601 (Jeeto to you) it has a 625cc single cylinder engine which has two variants a 11hp motor & a 16hp motor and develops around 55Nm of torque. The two variants are classified by their wheelbase and load capacities which ranges from 750Kgs to a Ton.
BOOM THANK YOU.
Tvs Phoenix 125
No Bi#@H, 3 hot models ain’t gonna look at you if you ride a 125cc bike that can only overtake a rick.
MOVE ON! NOTHING TO SEE HERE
Twenty years ago, in 1994, a very special motorcycle made its debut, the Ducati 916. It was designed by Massimo Tamburini, Sergio Robbiano and his team at the Cagiva Research Centre. It was admired for its new design and outstanding technical features, and ultimately for its great racing record. It featured a more powerful motor, a chrome-moly trellis frame, striking new bodywork that featured aggressive lines, a single-sided swingarm, and underseat exhausts that improved aerodynamic performance and gave very clean lines. No doubt Ducati’s have moved on from the 916.
An employee from a transport company (in Birmingham, Alabama) decided to go for a joy ride with a friend in a 458 before to be loaded into the truck, but the result of this recklessness had a negative effect as the driver lost the control of the Ferrari at around 225 kph (140mph), hit a post and broke the car into two pieces.
Both occupants are still alive but the driver is in coma, mean while the passenger is heavily injured. The Ferrari is quite damaged but also, most supercars are designed to split in two pieces after a rough collision, it’s a way to dissipate the energy of the impact.
here’s a video of Ferrari using the LaFerrari for testing their new 2014 Formula 1 1.6L turbocharged V6 engine. Notice the huge air scoop ?
Hahahahahahahhaha found this on tumblr, cant stop laughing
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Today, exactly 30 years ago (28.05.1983) Stefan Bellof drove his Porsche 956 007, during practice for the 1000 km race, which until today is the fastest lap time on the Nurburgring Nordschleife.
6:11,13 minutes in one only round with an average speed of over 200 km/h !
A rare Ferrari Enzo has come within just inches of being engulfed in flames when a 1929 Bentley burst into flames at a recent RM Auctions event in the United States.
The 1929 Bentley reportedly burst into flames when someone depressed its gas pedal all while a Ferrari Enzo was parked next to it.
But the true story is : This stupid 1929 Bentley bursts into flames because the rare Ferrari Enzo has a higher sex appeal 😉
<Reminder: The Enzo ranks number 1 in my list of hypercars >