Friday, 18 November 2011

Rolls Royce Ghost

The Ghost is till date a beauty to many. The creators of the Ghost were Mr. Rolls and Mr. Royce, themselves. Nobody till date has made any car as beautiful, and as comfortable car as the Ghost.

Ghost is the essence of Rolls-Royce in its simplest, purest form. Every inch delivers on the power of ease.

The V12 engine remains whisper-quiet even when accelerating - Ghost's occupants will only notice the scenery pass at a quicker rate.

Engineered to grip the road at all times, it creates a more dynamic drive and the famous Rolls-Royce 'magic carpet ride' for driver

and passengers.

It's a true Rolls-Royce driving experience - from the authority driving position you get a commanding view along the Silver Satin bonnet,

past the Spirit of Ecstasy to the road ahead.

Inside, Ghost is refined and cosseting. Entering and exiting is both effortless and graceful - the low sill height means you step 'onto' rather than 'into'

Ghost. The unique rear-hinged coach doors open to 83 degrees adding an extra sense of theatre for the rear passengers.

Once inside, you are greeted by a simple yet contemporary interior with large expanses of soft full grain leather, natural wood veneers and

Blenheim wool carpets. The cashmere-blend roof lining adds to the sense of openness and space, enhanced by the optional Panorama sunroof.

It's like being cocooned in your own convivial private sanctuary that leaves you relaxed and unruffled after the longest journey.

Saturday, 12 November 2011

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport


Bugatti Veyron 16.4 GS

The idea was to create a car that would redefine the boundaries of technology in automotive construction while appealing to the aesthetically inclined and connoisseurs of exceptional automobiles.
To design a roadster that would join the boundless creativity of its designers and the superior skill of its engineers – without compromise on either side. A car that would unite the pinnacle of luxury and unparalleled driving performance to a harmonious whole.
The idea was to provide maximum enjoyment without losing sight of safety and comfort.
The idea was to build the world’s fastest convertible car.
Bugatti turned this idea into reality: the super sports car Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport.

This maxim of perfection found its expression in the car’s technology: the Grand Sport’s engine, drive, and brakes all deliver superlatives in performance, acceleration, and deceleration. The choice of materials is another indicator of Bugatti’s discerning standards: titanium, carbon fibre, magnesium, aluminium – each component is made of the material with the lowest weight and the highest level of functionality. This is also true for the chassis safety features. The Grand Sport’s body consists of a carbon fibre monocoque suspended from an aluminium frame in the front and a carbon fibre/stainless steel frame in the rear. In assembly, too, perfection is the guiding principle: the Grand Sport is manufactured lovingly and meticulously by hand. This guarantees that precise care is given even to the tiniest details.

0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds – the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport is on a par with modern Formula 1 racecars. 200 km/h in 7.3 seconds, 9.8 seconds for the traditional quarter mile, 407 km/h top velocity. No other convertible ever reached such performance values. Once again, Bugatti is writing automotive history.

Airtel Grand Prix 2011 Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel won the inaugural Formula One Indian Grand Prix on Sunday, staying on track to equal the record for the number of wins in a season.

Vettel led from start to finish, maintaining a comfortable buffer throughout to finish 8.4 seconds ahead of McLaren's Jenson Button, with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso a distant third at the Buddh International Circuit.

"All in all it was a smooth race, the car was very well balanced," Vettel said. "I'm very proud to be the first winner here in India."

"Sebastian Vettel" born on July 3, 1987 in Heppenheim, is a German F1 driver. He drives for Red Bull Racing having replaced former driver David Coulthard.

By taking part in the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix, Vettel became the youngest driver to drive at a Grand Prix meeting, at 19 years and 53 days. On Sunday September 30, 2007, during the Japanese Grand Prix Vettel became the youngest driver to lead a formula race. He also became the quickest driver to get a fine in F1, being fined $1,000 nine seconds into his career, after speeding in the pitlane. He went on to become the sixth youngest driver to start a Grand Prix and the youngest driver to score points in a Grand Prix. During qualifying for the 2008 Italian Grand Prix, Vettel became the youngest Formula One driver to win pole position. He went on to win the race, making him the youngest F1 race winner by nearly a year.

Junior Series

Vettel started racing karts in 1995, winning various titles such as the Junior Monaco Kart Cup (2001). In 2003, he upgraded to open-wheel cars, and won the 2004 German Formula BMW Championship with 18 victories from 20 races.

In 2005 he drove for ASL Mucke Motorsport in the Formula Three Euroseries. He was placed fifth in the final standings with 64 points, winning the year's top rookie honours. He did not win any races, but this was largely due to the championship's domination by Lewis Hamilton. Despite, this, he tested the Williams FW27 Formula One car on September 27 as a reward for this Formula BMW success. He then went on to test for the BMW Sauber team.

Vettel finished as runner-up in the 2006 F3 Euroseries, behind series leader Paul di Resta. He also made his debut in the World Series by Renault at Misano, winning after Pastor Maldonado was disqualified. However, at the next round at Spa-Francorchamps, his finger was almost sliced off by flying débris in an accident, and he was expected to be out of racing for several weeks. However, he managed to compete in the Ultimate Masters of F3 at Zandvoort the following weekend, finishing in sixth place. He also set third fastest lap time, and it surprised his ASM team boss Frédéric Vasseur. Vasseur said: 'I was impressed for sure, because at the beginning of the week I was sure he wouldn't race! But he showed good pace from the first practice session. I can't imagine he's 100 per cent but at least we know we can be competitive in the next F3 Euroseries round at the Nürburgring next weekend - that's important.'

Vettel became BMW Sauber's third driver at the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix, when former incumbent Robert Kubica was called up to replace Jacques Villeneuve for the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix.

Vettel impressed on his testing debut by setting fastest time in second Friday Free Practice during the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix. The young German also impressed on his second testing session in the 2006 Italian Grand Prix, setting the fastest time in both Friday practice sessions, a race weekend in which all the BMW cars were quick, with his predecessor Robert Kubica finishing on the podium in the race.

He was confirmed as BMW's test driver for 2007, and also competed in the World Series by Renault Championship, where he had his first win at the Nürburgring. He was leading the championship when he was called up to F1 permanently, and his seat was taken by Michael Ammermüller.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Car Factfile: Buggati Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

The Buggati Veryon was listed as the "Car Of The Decade" from 'Top Gear' one of the best car shows in the world. Then we saw the Buggati Veryon 16.4 being released to the world. Now we have the fastest and meanest car in the world, the Buggati Veryon 16.4 topping a speed of a whopping 268 miles an hour ( 431 km/h)
Jump the break to read more about this beast of a car!

Saturday, 6 August 2011

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