How Things Work: Fuel Cells

Curious about fuel cells and electric vehicles? In this interesting episode of How Things Work, we will take you through the fascinating mechanics of fuel cells and how they’re used to propel electric vehicles. Estimated reading time: 3 minutes, 39 seconds.

Four Facts About Formula One Technology You May Not Know

Raymond S. Hughes

Formula One is the pinnacle of Motorsports and features some of the brightest engineering minds developing the most impressive technologically advanced motorsports machinery, with drivers then taking the cars to the track. Formula One cars might be more complicated than the average online casino and constantly produce incredible amounts of […]

Types of Gasoline Explained: Learn the Differences

Raymond S. Hughes

Gas Types Quick Tips Regular gas typically has an 87 octane level and is suitable for most engines. Premium gas with higher octane levels (91-94) is required for some high-output engines. Engines designed for regular-octane gas gain little to no benefit from using high-octane fuel. Using unleaded gas with octane […]

Hyundai prices up Ioniq 6 saloon

Raymond S. Hughes

UK buyers can now configure the Hyundai Ioniq 6 saloon on the brand’s website, with two drivetrains and two trim options to choose from. Set to challenge the likes of the BMW i4, Polestar 2 and Tesla Model 3, the new Hyundai Ioniq 6 is already proving to be quite popular in Europe – […]

McLaren reveals track-only Solus GT

Raymond S. Hughes

The McLaren Solus GT will be built in just 25 units – all sold out before public reveal. At less than 1,000kg in weight and with aerodynamic performance including downforce in excess of 1,200kg, the Solus GT – which is powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10 engine – is […]