Jaguar used to be a British automaker that built thrilling, perfectly styled sports cars and sedans for thrilled, imperfectly smiled Brits. Then Ford bought Jaguar and promptly pimped it to pump out forgettable X-Types. The “poor man’s Jag” was a numb, unreliable mess, and it left Jaguar lovers wondering how far the storied marque could fall. But then something amazing happened.
No matter what you drive, your vehicle's development engineers were faced with considerations that ultimately affected its performance – bumper heights, snow chain clearance and the number of people the vehicle was designed to carry. To accommodate all of those variables, your car's suspension had to be tuned for average conditions, acceleration, braking and cornering. But if you're not average, you may want to tune your vehicle to better match your driving style.
With the wrap-up of the EAS 5th Year Anniversary event coverage, we couldn't help but post the "Getting Close and Personal" shots that came from the Revvolution.com staged photo shoot. Enjoy!
Too often, racers focus only on octane when evaluating the quality of a fuel. Octane is certainly important, but it's just one of several key fuel properties that should be considered when evaluating and selecting a fuel. Understanding these key properties of fuel will better equip you to evaluate fuels for your application.
Ever wonder how the brake systems function on a Formula One vehicle? Brembo, the world leader and acknowledged innovator of disc brake technology, explains each and every component and how they interact during an F1 race.