Production Car

Some articles on production, cars, car, production car:

Bathurst 12 Hour
... The Bathurst 12 Hour is an endurance event for production racing cars held at the Mount Panorama Circuit, near Bathurst, Australia in February annually ... by the long running Bathurst 1000 touring car race, which began in the early 1960s as a race for cars with minimal modifications ... As the Bathurst 1000 evolved the touring cars that raced moved further and further away from the minimal modifications of the original race ...
Lotus Esprit GT1
... The Lotus Esprit GT1 was a sports racing car produced by Lotus Cars ... The repercussions of global recession were severe for sports car manufacturers ... the Lotus dealer franchise network contracted from 29 to 19 outlets as production of the long running Excel and recently relaunched Elan M100 ended ...
Pontiac Firebird (third Generation) - 1989
... known at the time, but in 1989, Pontiac produced the quickest and fastest American production car ... The "Excitement Division" was also asked to provide a car to pace the 73rd running of the Indianapolis 500 sadly, it would be the final time a Pontiac would ever receive that honor ... for sale, five of those being test cars ...
Disc Brake - History
... factory in 1902 and used successfully on Lanchester cars ... production disc brakes but the Chrysler Crown Imperial actually had them first as standard equipment at the beginning of the 1949 model year ... and first appeared in 1953 on the Jaguar C-Type racing car ...
Tony Pond - Career
... His first outings in a rally car were on the then regular (in the early '60s) Saturday night road rallies in the home counties around London, driving a Mini Cooper S ... Using the same car he also became successful at auto-testing – the practice of manoeuvering the car against the clock around a series of cones ... Reeves of Uxbridge, to prepare and supply a car for the Championship ...

Famous quotes containing the words car and/or production:

    A car can massage organs which no masseur can reach. It is the one remedy for the disorders of the great sympathetic nervous system.
    Jean Cocteau (1889–1963)

    The heart of man ever finds a constant succession of passions, so that the destroying and pulling down of one proves generally to be nothing else but the production and the setting up of another.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)