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7:51 AM ET ZANDVOORT, Netherlands — McLaren’s Lando Norris has denied suggestions of a rift between himself and outgoing teammate Daniel Ricciardo. Comments made by Norris after Ricciardo’s exit was confirmed by McLaren caused a big backlash on social media last week. Norris said he had no sympathy for the struggles Ricciardo had encountered with
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WASHINGTON — Electric vehicles, although subject to unique crashworthiness challenges, can generally lean on crash tests designed for vehicles with internal combustion engines. Whether a vehicle is powered by a combustion engine, a battery or a combination of the two, the stored energy poses a potential safety hazard in a crash and, therefore, certain precautions
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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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8:21 AM ET Fernando Alonso plans to apologise in person to Lewis Hamilton at this weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix after calling the seven-time champion an “idiot” following a collision at last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix. Hamilton and Alonso made contact while fighting for position at Les Combes on the first lap of the race. Hamilton
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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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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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