Engine

Here’s What Made This Cosworth Engine So Versatile

With a total of 176 wins, they’re third on the all-time list of F1 victories behind Ferrari and Mercedes Benz. For more than six decades, they’ve supplied engines to championship-winning cars in countless formulas and series the world over. Today, with operations in its native England and in the U.S., Cosworth remains an iconic name, not only in motorsport but in the automotive world, in general.

For a large part of their history, Cosworth was funded by Ford, and because of that, it’s the Ford name we sometimes see in the history books, but it’s the Cosworth engineering genius, regardless

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‘Freeloader’ raccoon stuck in car’s engine two days in a row

ASHLAND — A rascally raccoon got itself into a tight spot on Wednesday when it got trapped inside the engine compartment of a car parked at Ashland High School.

It was the second day in a row that the raccoon — believed to be the same one in each case — had to be rescued from a car at the school, Police Chief Vincent Alfano said.

“We think it’s pretty much a freeloader looking for food in the cars,” he said.

At 10:48 a.m. Wednesday, someone discovered a raccoon was stuck in the engine compartment of a car. But police

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Motul launches a line of engine oils targeted at Radwood-era and earlier classic cars

Motul’s formulated a special line of oils for classic and modern classic cars based on their age-specific needs.


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Engine oil in general and what kind of engine oil you should run in your vehicle specifically are some of the most contentious topics around for car enthusiasts. There are whole internet forums — big ones — dedicated to just that. Of course, your car has a recommended weight of oil, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg, especially if you have an older car. Motul wants to make the process a little easier for buyers with its new

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Car History Timeline: From 3-Wheeled Buggies to Self-Driving Vehicles

Few inventions in history have transformed our lives, culture and environment as much as the automobile. Before 1900, most people spent their lives within a few miles of where they were born. Cars changed all that, allowing people to travel easily, with empowering freedom and autonomy. Henry Ford’s Model T—and factory assembly line—opened a world of mass production, echoed today in every sneaker and smartphone. During World War II, Detroit’s automakers helped secure Allied victory by transforming their factories into “arsenals of democracy,” producing jeeps, tanks, fighter planes and more. After the war, highways began girdling the globe, giving birth

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Maryville woman files lawsuit against Knoxville warranty company alleging delay in car engine replacement

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — A Maryville woman is sharing how she filed a lawsuit for breach of contract against a nationwide car warranty company based in East Tennessee.

The warranty company is Total Automotive Protection Plan, or TAPP. The dispute centers around replacing a blown engine and installing a used one.

Mechanic David Claunch delivered bad news when he updated Jo Carpenter on the progress of getting a new used engine for her car.

“We’re just waiting on the insurance company to send us the motor,” David Claunch said.

The warranty company he’s referring to is Total Automotive Protection Plan,

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Effuel Reviews – Risky Scam or Save Car’s Fuel Consumption?

With the rise of crude oil worldwide, pump prices have risen drastically. People have to pay more to see their tanks full. This addition exerts more burden on a person’s monthly income. As a result, it causes stress and anxiety to car owners. Many people are now performing significant changes to their car engines to help them save fuel. These engine modifications may negatively impact the vehicle’s general performance.

After several decades of research, an Effuel chip was invented and claims to help drivers save fuel on their cars.

What is Effuel?

Effuel is an intelligent saving chip that helps

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2022 Honda Civic Sedan Features a Cleaner Look, Carryover Engines

  • The new 2022 Honda Civic sedan is here with an attractive redesign and an improved interior.
  • It features the same 2.0-liter and turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engines as before.
  • Honda says it will go on sale in the U.S. this summer.

    Honda Civic generations tend to alternate between revolution and evolution. The outgoing 10th-generation car took big steps forward in terms of styling and performance, so it stands to reason that its successor features a more conservative redesign. Given the new 11th-generation 2022 Civic’s more mature looks, we think that’s a good thing. The new model boasts cleaner styling, carryover engines,

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    The Lotus Emira Will Be a Celebration of the Sports Car

    The Lotus Type 131 finally has a name, and like nearly every road car from the automaker before it, the name begins with E. And when Lotus officially debuts the Emira (E-meer-a) on July 6th, it’ll be the final time the company launches a sports car with a gas-powered engine. A sad day, but Lotus is making sure that its final ICE-powered sports car one of its best.

    It has big shoes to fill, effectively replacing three cars in the Lotus lineup. Because of that, the two seat Emira will offer a choice of engines. Thankfully, the first engine is

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    This Is What Toyota’s Hydrogen Combustion-Engine Racecar Sounds Like

    Toyota is going racing with a hydrogen combustion engine, mainly as an experiment and continuation of Toyota’s somewhat unhinged obsession with hydrogen. Still, I think you will agree that it sounds good.

    Which is to say that it sounds like a car:

    This video is courtesy of Toyota Times, which is some combination of a publication for Toyota fans/promotional content for Toyota/star vehicle for the Japanese actor Teruyuki Kagawa. And no, I don’t understand the existence of Toyota Times either.

    Still, Toyota previously said a three-cylinder hydrogen combustion engine would power a car based on the

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    9 Hardcore Street-Legal Track Cars

    Spending the day at the track is one of the great joys of being a car enthusiast. You can cut loose without fear of a speeding ticket, enjoy exploiting a car’s grip and handling as intended, and refine your high-speed driving skills. Of course, you can build a car specifically for the track to give yourself every advantage in shaving off tenths of a second. Still, sooner or later, you’re going to realize that carpets, soundproofing, AC, and safety systems are heavy, as are power-sapping emissions systems. Then your car isn’t road legal anymore, and you’re going to need a

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