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We have compiled a list of tips to be considered while buying class A motorhome!

There are several types of RVs made to suit any kind of RVing lifestyle. One of the most common type of RV on the market, and what most people think of when they think RV, is the motorhome. Subtypes like Class A, B, C, and even B+ can be used in cars. Explore off road family caravans for sale, including the unforgettable benefits of this form of motorhomes, to assess the best one for us.

What are class A caravans?

If someone has been asked to build an off road family caravans for sale, they will typically draw something like a motorhome Class A. Class A is one of Australia’s most popular ways of RVing, but what makes a motorhome a class A?

The Class A car rental looks like a long, rectangular and flat-nose mass transit vehicle. The notion of why it will seem to be a bus is … Read More


How promising is Electric Vehicle’s Future?

Where will a potential electric vehicle market be in the future? Is electric vehicle’s future promising? There are a few questions when we think about TSLA (TSLA stock) electric vehicles.

Due to high consumption, which is much higher than the rate at which they are produced, fossil fuel reserve reduces daily.

Gasoline is a big vehicle’s fuel source. Owing to the depletion of the world’s largest non-renewable energy source that propels a vehicle, emphasis shifts to the electric vehicle that will use electricity as energy source.

A change from traditional vehicles to electric vehicles will occur in a few years as the world faces carbon emission and pollution issues.

A gradual revolution occurs in electric vehicles. Introducing electric vehicles also opens the door for electric vehicle-related companies.

Tesla Electric vehicles draw buyers with proven benefits including cleanliness, low operating and maintenance costs.

Electric battery vehicles aren’t common as … Read More


What To Know When Getting A Motorcycle License

Getting my motorcycle license is probably among the most amazing choices I’ve made in life. Although it might seem quite hectic – it is, no lie – the licensing procedures, the e-permit Test, choosing what to read for, and making time for all the tests were just the perfect recipe for crazy. At first, I have to admit, I thought it was a walk in the park, you know, show up, do a little test, and voila! Get on the road to freedom – or should I say “the track to freedom”– bear in mind I had already purchased my bike from my motorcycle trader and the thrill of new wheels was just uncontainable.

Training Course

Like most people, I already knew how to ride one and therefore didn’t see the need to enrol in a motorcycle skills class. But my advice, if this isn’t mandatory to acquire a license … Read More


What Kind of Bike Do I Need?

Deciding to purchase my sportbike was pretty easy for me, I had dreamed and yearned for a sportbike for as long as I can remember. However, this isn’t always the case as purchasing a bike is a big decision and even bigger on the kind. among the questions you should ask yourself, keep it clear on “what hobbies am I getting into, or do I just want something for my usual commutes?” or whether an adventure is a major steer for the purchase and so on.

Well, I have all that simplified for new buyers who happen to be undecided.

1.  Sportbike

Of course, I had to begin with my type – but don’t let me deter your judgement. Sportbikes are optimized for speed, acceleration, cornering, and braking. All these are granted at the expense of comfort. However, riders often customize the bike for a better seat and soft bags.… Read More


Fittipaldi pays tribute to F1 legend Jochen Rindt

Rindt died from injuries sustained when his Lotus crashed at Monza’s Parabolica during Italian GP practice on September 5, 1970. He had made 60 Formula 1 World Championship starts, winning six races and taking 10 pole positions – as well as winning the 1965 Le Mans 24 Hours in a Ferrari.

Fittipaldi first encountered Rindt before he got to Formula 1, but it was a day at Silverstone – when Emerson was getting his first taste of a Lotus 49 F1 car – that left his strongest memory of a friend as well as racing rival.

“Jochen was always extremely good to me in Formula 2,” recalls Fittipaldi. “He was always nice to me, always helping me. 

“On my first F1 test in Silverstone, before I did a few laps in the Lotus 49, Colin [Chapman, Lotus founder] asked Jochen to go out and get it ready for me to

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Binder: Not focused on the title, taking things ‘race by race’

• South African rider Brad Binder is competing in his first season in MotoGP. 

• The KTM rookie won his first race at the third attempt and is currently fourth in the riders’ standings. 

• This weekend’s race is the San Marino Grand Prix in Misano. 

South African MotoGP rider Brad Binder admitted his focus is on taming the premier class bike each race weekend and not on the title race.  

The KTM rookie sits fourth in the standings after winning his first race in the Czech Republic after only three events. Fabio Quartararo leads Binder by 21 points heading into this weekend’s San Marino GP. 

Reigning champion Marc Marquez is out injured for the rest of the season following a fracture to his arm in the opening race in Jerez. This has opened up the championship for several riders to stake their claim at the title. 

Autosport reported that

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Onslow-Cole makes surprise BTCC return with Team Hard – BTCC

British Touring Car Championship race winner Tom Onslow-Cole will make a surprise return to the series after an absence of seven years for the next three rounds.

Onslow-Cole, who took victory seven times in the series, will replace the injured Ollie Brown at Team Hard for the next three rounds at Thruxton, Silverstone and Croft.

It means that the 33-year-old will be reunited with the Volkswagen CC, a car that he gave its BTCC debut in 2013 and that Team Hard will retire at the end of this season as it works upon a project to build new Cupras for 2021.

Since leaving the BTCC, Onslow-Cole has been predominantly active in international GT3 competition, winning the Pro-Am class title of International GT Open in 2018 and 2019.

He will now join Jack Goff and Nicolas Hamilton in Hard’s line-up of VW CCs, with Carl Boardley continuing in the team’s BMW

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Lewis Hamilton’s Next Adventure Is an Electric Off-Road Racing Team

Lewis Hamilton is officially joining the club of successful Formula 1 racers turned team owners. However, unlike Bruce McLaren, Alain Prost, Jackie Stewart and other famous names that came before him; Hamilton’s chosen to put his millions not in F1, but in the newly-founded Extreme E.

The electric off-road racing series announced Tuesday morning the debut of the X44 racing team, founded and financed by none other than the six-time F1 world champion. According to the official announcement, the team is expected to make its debut in early 2021 along with other squads owned by the likes of United States’ Chip Ganassi Racing and Andretti Autosport, as well as others from Europe and Asia with previous Formula E experience, such as Abt and Techeetah.

Hamilton will not be involved in the day-to-day operations of X44 due to his commitments to F1 and various sponsors, but claims to look forward to

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Mercedes: Lack of F1 engine modes hindered Italian GP fightback – F1

Mercedes Formula 1 chief Toto Wolff acknowledged the FIA’s ban on engine mode changes hindered both Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas’ fightback drives at the Italian Grand Prix.

Italy marked the first grand prix since the FIA issued a technical directive banning engine mode setting changes in qualifying and the race, forcing drivers to remain in the same power setting throughout the weekend.

The ruling had zero impact on Mercedes’ qualifying pace as it romped to a front row lock-out, but hit hard in the race when both Hamilton and Bottas suffered setbacks.

A poor start followed by some car-related struggles meant Bottas could only finish fifth, while early leader Hamilton fought back to seventh after receiving a stop/go penalty that dropped him to the rear of the pack.

Whereas both drivers could have previously turned up their engines at select moments to try overtakes, they were forced to remain

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The Ferrari model that is behind Alpine’s F1 push – F1

Enzo Ferrari made no secret of the fact that he only ever set up his road car operation so it could help fund his Formula 1 team.

But whatever the original motivation, it proved to be a brilliant business plan as the road car business and Scuderia Ferrari helped fuel each other’s success.

Such a two-way stream is not too far away from the vision that new Renault CEO Luca de Meo now has for the Alpine brand, after giving the green light for a renaming of his French car manufacturer’s F1 team.

Since arriving at Renault in July, de Meo has had to make some swift decisions on how to plot a path out of the coronavirus-fuelled financial crisis for the whole Renault Group.

Part of that included an evaluation of the F1 project, and whether or not to commit to another five-year period.

But, just as happened at

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