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1:18 PM ET ZANDVOORT, Netherlands — Media day for the Dutch Grand Prix on Thursday was dominated by talk around the remaining seats on the 2023 grid, with Pierre Gasly increasingly looking like a major player in the driver market. F1 is waiting for clarification from the contract recognition board on whether Alpine or McLaren
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Instead of spending millions of dollars trying to defeat right-to-repair laws, automakers should save their money, says global research and consulting firm Ducker Carlisle. State laws, and eventually a national one, inevitably will be approved by voters, a Ducker Carlisle survey shows. But the firm’s research also found dealerships may not lose customers, as most
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SEOUL/DETROIT – After grabbing the No. 2 spot in the U.S. electric vehicle market with stylish, long-range models, Hyundai Motor and Kia are the automakers with the most to lose from new rules that halt subsidies for EVs made outside North America. These two companies, which make the popular Ioniq 5 and EV6 models, sold
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4:06 AM ET Lewis Hamilton literally put a cap on a verbal spat with Formula One rival Fernando Alonso in a teasing social media post on Tuesday. Alonso, a former team mate and fellow world champion, had branded the Briton an idiot after a first-lap collision at last Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix. Mercedes’ seven-times world
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BMW AG has started producing the fuel-cell systems for its hydrogen-powered iX5 crossover, moving forward with a climate-friendly alternative fuel that its German rivals don’t expect to be viable in passenger cars. “Hydrogen will become more relevant in individual mobility due to its advantages,” Chief Executive Officer Oliver Zipse said Wednesday at an opening event
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Tom Pappert, a longtime Chrysler sales executive who earned a reputation as an outspoken advocate for dealers both during and after his tenure, died Monday in suburban Detroit after a three-year battle with cancer. He was 82. A native of Pittsburgh and a graduate of Duquesne University, Pappert joined Chrysler in 1962 as a trainee
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WILMINGTON, Del./SAN FRANCISCO — A California owner of a Tesla Model 3 sued the electric vehicle maker in a proposed class action over cars suddenly stopping for non-existent obstacles, calling it a “frightening and dangerous nightmare,” according to the lawsuit. Tesla has rushed its autonomous driving cars to market with unsafe technology, including its driver
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6:56 AM ET The FIA hearing to settle the contract dispute between Alpine and McLaren over Formula 2 champion Oscar Piastri started on Monday. Over the summer break, Alpine released a statement confirming Piastri would replace Fernando Alonso in 2023, only for the Australian to later tweet that he had no contract with Alpine and
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