After the great success of Linea and Grande Punto in India, Fiat India is all geared up to give Indian Automotive market a CNG versions of its cars during the April-June quarter of 2010. The speculation is on the Palio and the Grande Punto as the initially considering for CNG.
Here is a glimpse of the track at which India is set to host its first F1 Grand Prix in 2011.
The circuit will be situated at the Jaypee Greens Sports City. The track would be a short one – slightly under 5km (3.1 miles).
The circuit is being built by JP Associates which is part of a large industrial multinational called the Jaypee Group. Its situated alongside the Yamuna Expressway, a new road being built to connect India’s capital New Delhi with the country’s biggest tourist destination, the Taj Mahal, in the city of Agra.
This is to announce that the JK Tyres Junior Cup, 2009, will be held over 10 races, on the following days:
28th November, 2009, 2 races
29th November, 2009, 3 races,
5th December, 2009 2 races and
6th December, 2009, 3 races.
The details are as below:
This is what we enthusiasts were waiting for – Real power with precise looks. That’s what mechanic has done with 2 of spare RD 350 engines. He had 2 Yamaha Rajdoot RD350 engines at his disposal, he rebuilt one of them with brand new sleeves from Bangalore and standard ART pistons, modified the Chasis of the Yamaha FZ16 to fit RD’s engine into it, modified the CDI unit, removed the Cathaletic Converter out of the exhaust and increased the volume of exhaust pipes and added a manifold that connects both exhaust pipes (underneath) into one. He also decreased the no of teeth on the rear sprocket and many other smaller mods.
You can see below more images of the FZ 350 below:
Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India Ltd. (HMSI) has launched updated version of Aviator with new engine of 110cc.it will available in two variant standard and deluxe model. Deluxe model would be priced at rupee Rs. 47,160/- and standard model @ Rs. 42,160/- (ex showroom Delhi).
After a long gap we are again back with a post, where we would like to highlight one of the innovative use of the R&D derived for a specific region and ease of use.
My recent visit to Tamil Nadu gave an insight on the Indian two wheeler industry. I observed a unique trend among the owners that was very innovative that almost 90% of the people having a motorcycle installed a special leather bag over their fuel tank for practical purpose like carrying small things/gadgets.
You can see the images of the same below: